The Enneagram 936 tritype consists of Type 9 – “The Peacemaker,” Type 3 – “The Achiever,” and Type 6 – “The Loyalist.”
- Type 9 (The Peacemaker) is typically easygoing, accommodating, and supportive. They seek peace and harmony in their environment and tend to avoid conflict. They desire inner and outer peace and often go to great lengths to maintain it.
- Type 3 (The Achiever) is success-oriented, adaptable, and driven. They are motivated by their desire to stand out and achieve. They have a deep fear of being worthless and often compensate by pursuing achievements that will make them appear successful.
- Type 6 (The Loyalist) is committed, practical, and security-oriented. They are excellent troubleshooters and are driven by their belief in a ’cause’ or authority outside themselves. They have a strong desire for security and certainty, and may be prone to anxiety.
In the 936 tritype, the dominant desire for peacefulness and avoidance of conflict (Type 9) blends with the ambitious and adaptable nature (Type 3), and is tempered by the loyalty and security-seeking drive (Type 6).
Individuals with this tritype tend to be highly adaptable and strive to maintain harmony and stability in their surroundings. They are often well-liked and regarded as reliable and steady partners and team members. They strive for success, but not at the expense of disrupting the equilibrium of their relationships and environments.
This tritype is known to be diligent, striving, and dutiful. They can face struggles with indecisiveness due to their Type 6 influences and also can struggle with potential passivity due to their Type 9 influences.
Remember, the Enneagram is just one tool for understanding personality and does not cover all aspects of individual character and behavior. It’s best used as a guide for self-reflection and understanding, rather than as a strict rulebook.
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