Sure, I’d be happy to discuss the Enneagram 935 tritype.
The Enneagram is a complex system of typology which presents nine different personality types arranged into a chart of interactions and connections. In addition to the primary types, the system also allows for “tritypes,” a combination of three different Enneagram types that dominate our personality.
The 935 tritype consists of Type 9 – “The Peacemaker,” Type 3 – “The Achiever,” and Type 5 – “The Investigator.”
- Type 9 (The Peacemaker) is the type that’s typically accommodating, complacent, and seeks harmony. They tend to be welcoming, accepting, and supportive, but can also be too willing to go along with others to keep the peace. They desire inner and outer peace and will go to great lengths to avoid conflict.
- Type 3 (The Achiever) is success-oriented, image-conscious, and wired for productivity. They are motivated by a need to be and appear successful, and to avoid failure. Achievers have a deep-seated need to shine and be admired for their achievements and work ethic.
- Type 5 (The Investigator) is intense, cerebral types who are often perceived as private, detached, or intense. These individuals are driven by their desire to acquire knowledge, to understand the world around them, and to protect their internal energy from what they perceive as the demands of the external world.
The 935 tritypes are known to be autonomous, efficient, and peaceful. They often attempt to avoid conflicts (type 9), strive towards success and adopt an image of competence (type 3), and they use their intellectual capacity to understand the world and maintain their energy (type 5).
This tritype is likely to be highly autonomous and problems can arise if their need for peace (9) and efficiency (3) conflict with their desire to retreat and save energy (5). This tritype might struggle with inertia but once they are motivated, they can be highly efficient and competent.
Remember, this isn’t a definitive guide to personality — just a helpful tool for understanding and personal growth!
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