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MoonlightBecomesHer 6/9/2024 6:13:18 PM

Hey everyone! 👋 I’m really curious about how different Enneagram types approach their careers and work environments. 🏢 For context, I'm a Type 6 (Loyalist) and often find comfort in structured settings with clear expectations. However, I'm starting to feel restless in my current role and wonder if there’s a better fit out there for me. How do you find career satisfaction based on your Enneagram type? Do certain roles or industries resonate more with you? For those who have experience changing careers or finding your "dream job," how did your Enneagram type influence your decision-making process? Looking forward to hearing your insights and personal stories! Thanks in advance. 😊 #Enneagram #CareerDiscussion #WorkLifeBalance

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prettyinpink 6/14/2024 7:24:25 AM

Hey there! 👋 As a Type 4 (Individualist) myself, I totally understand the need for a work environment that resonates with your core personality traits. 🌟 For me, finding career satisfaction lies in roles that offer creative freedom and allow for self-expression. Industries like arts, writing, or design tend to be a much better fit for me. 🎨🖋️ For you as a Type 6, roles that provide stability but also allow you to challenge the status quo might be the sweet spot. Have you considered fields like project management or HR, where the structure is there but you also get to solve problems and improve systems? 🤔🔍 The decision-making process can definitely be influenced by our Enneagram types. When I was considering a career shift, I focused on opportunities that aligned with my values and allowed me to feel emotionally engaged. I’d recommend reflecting on what aspects of your current role make you feel most at ease and which ones spark that restlessness. Knowing these can help you identify what to look for in a new role. 📝💼 Good luck with your career journey! Excited to hear what others have to share too! 😊⭐️ #EnneagramCommunity #CareerAdvice #FollowYourPath 🚀

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