ISFP Personality

The ISFP Personality is all about self expression. The ISFP wants to explore the world around them and take in everything through their 5 senses. They have a keen eye for the arts and they are deeply in tuned to their emotions. The ISFP is a gentle soul which can allow them to be very creative and expressive. They work best when they have some sort of creative outlet which could be singing, dancing, painting, or writing. The ISFP may have a hard time adapting to a world around them that can be very harsh, but they know how to put on a happy face and make it through the day. The ISFP can be very go with the flow and may have a hard time staying on a strict schedule. However, they are very open minded and enjoy being around all types of people. Their openness allows them to experience the vast intricacies of life and learn how the world moves. The ISFP might benefit from learning to have a bit more order and structure in their lives which will allow them to have more time set away for exploring and being adventurous. The ISFP also needs to make sure they have time alone to recharge and reconnect with their inner world, which allows them to express themselves more fully.

Enneagram Type 6 (6w5 6w7)

The Enneagram Type 6 is all about security. The Enneagram Six wants to live a lifestyle of safety and to be supported. This usually leads to them joining up with people and groups that can provide this. They usually become vet good at understanding how they can fill a role that will contribute to their tribe. They are good at foreseeing problems and figuring out ways to solve them before they occur. Because of this, they are hyper alert and may sometimes be stressed out. They are full of self doubt because they don’t believe the can be their own support. They are at their best when they are able to relax and be self sufficient. They are naturally able to help others, but they should become better at helping themselves. The Enneagram 6 is very loyal, and will stick through even the toughest of times as long as they believe they are supported. They don’t believe in being the loudest or draw the most attention, believing that it can be dangerous to have such a target on their back. However, their self doubt is their biggest achilles heel. They need to learn to believe in themselves. They need to make decisions on their own and build a track record of having success without needing support. The 6 is all about sticking with the people they are loyal to though, which makes them a very good friend and companion. They need to address their emotional insecurity. They can be a walking contradiction at times. If they can learn to manage and confront their fear, they can become that strong person they are searching for in someone else.