This 9 Personalities Test Will Describe Your Type Perfectly
The Enneagram is a system of personality classification. The test is widely used in psychology and business, as many consider it to be a very useful tool for self-improvement and personal development.
Today Bright Side invites you to discover which Enneagram personality type you are.
So what should I do?
- Choose one paragraph from Group 1 and one paragraph from Group 2 that best reflect your attitude and behavior.
- You should agree with the overall idea or "philosophy" of the selected paragraphs. Don’t try to analyze too much. Rely on your intuition.
- Find the description of your personality according to the selected paragraphs. For example, if you’ve chosen paragraph B from Group 1 and paragraph 3 from Group 2, you should click on B3 to find all the answers.
A. You tend to be very independent and confident. You think life works best if you’re always prepared. You set your goals, sometimes you compromise, but you never just sit around waiting for good things to happen to you. You make them happen. You want to achieve something big and make a difference. Most of the time you know exactly what you want and you go for it. You tend to work hard and play hard.
B. You tend to be quiet, and you’re used to being alone. When it comes to the social aspect, you don’t attract too much attention, and you try not to assert yourself in public. You don’t feel comfortable being in the spotlight or being competitive. Many would say that you’re something of a dreamer because you often turn to your imagination for help.
C. You tend to be committed and extremely responsible. You feel terrible if you can’t keep your word or do what is expected of you. You want others to know that you’re always there for them and that you’ll do what you think is best for them. You can make great sacrifices for the sake of others, whether they know it or not. You don’t usually take good care of yourself, and you can relax only if the job is done.
1. You maintain a positive outlook and believe whatever happens, happens for good. You tend to get excited, and you can always find something fun for everyone to do. You like to be with people, and helping others makes you really happy. Even when you feel bad, you try not to show it to anyone. However, maintaining this positive attitude sometimes means ignoring your own problems.
2. You tend to have strong feelings about things. People can easily tell if something’s bothering you. You tend to be reserved, but you’re more sensitive than you let people see. You want to know who you can count on — when you’re upset about something you want them to be right by your side. You don’t like to be told what to do, and you always want to decide for yourself.
3. You tend to control yourself and be logical, and you usually feel uncomfortable dealing with feelings. You’re a self-efficient perfectionist, and you prefer to work on your own. When you deal with personal conflicts you try not to put your feelings into them. People say you’re too cool, but you just don’t want your emotions to distract you. Even when others bug you about something, you try your best not to show your emotions.