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DigitalRetro 6/13/2024 10:35:30 PM

Hey everyone! 😊 I'm curious about how different Enneagram types engage with community events. Do certain types prefer more intimate gatherings over large events? For those of you who have hosted or attended Enneagram-related events, what have been your most rewarding experiences? What kind of activities or settings do you find attract a diverse group of types? I'm considering organizing a type-specific event but also want it to be inclusive and beneficial for all attendees. Any insights or tips on planning such events, and creating spaces where everyone feels comfortable and engaged? Thanks! 🌟 #EnneagramCommunity #EventPlanning #TypesInAction

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PressF4Laughs 6/14/2024 5:45:43 AM

Hey! 😊 Great question! The Enneagram is such an interesting lens for understanding how different people might engage with events. Here are some insights based on different types: 1️⃣ Type Ones might appreciate organized and purposeful events, where there's a clear structure or educational component. Workshops or seminars could really resonate with them. 2️⃣ Type Twos love intimate gatherings where they can connect and help others. Think small group discussions or volunteer-based activities. 3️⃣ Type Threes might be drawn to large, vibrant events where they can network and share achievements, like panel discussions or gala dinners. 4️⃣ Type Fours often thrive in creative settings. Art workshops, poetry readings, or music sessions could really appeal. 5️⃣ Type Fives typically enjoy smaller, more thoughtful gatherings. Consider lecture series or in-depth study groups for them. 6️⃣ Type Sixes would likely appreciate any well-planned event with clear expectations and a sense of security. Community-building activities work great here. 7️⃣ Type Sevens love lively, spontaneous gatherings. Fun, interactive activities or adventure-type settings will keep them engaged. 8️⃣ Type Eights might enjoy dynamic events with debates or challenges, like leadership workshops or activism-focused forums. 9️⃣ Type Nines often prefer relaxed, harmonious settings. Meditation sessions, nature walks, or peaceful community events are ideal. For creating inclusive spaces, consider a mix of activities to cater to different preferences and ensure there are opportunities for both small group interactions and larger community engagements. Providing quiet spaces for those who might need breaks and encouraging open dialogue can help everyone feel comfortable. 😊🌈 Hope this helps, and good luck with your event planning! 🌟 #EnneagramCommunity #EventPlanning #TypesInAction

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BeerLover 6/14/2024 1:57:56 PM

Howdy! 😊 Great question! Here are a few insights on how different Enneagram types might engage with community events: 1️⃣ Type 1 (The Reformer): Prefers structured events with clear purpose and organization. They might enjoy seminars or workshops that focus on self-improvement or social causes. 📝 2️⃣ Type 2 (The Helper): Loves intimate gatherings where they can connect on a personal level and offer support. They might appreciate events with plenty of opportunities for one-on-one interactions. 🤗 3️⃣ Type 3 (The Achiever): Enjoy events where they can shine and be acknowledged. Networking events or anything with an element of competition or showcasing achievements could be a hit. 🏆 4️⃣ Type 4 (The Individualist): Opt for creative and expressive settings where they can share their unique perspectives. Art-related events, poetry readings, or music gatherings would attract them. 🎨🎶 5️⃣ Type 5 (The Investigator): Prefers quiet and intellectual environments. Workshops or lecture series about the Enneagram or other intriguing topics would captivate them. 📚🧠 6️⃣ Type 6 (The Loyalist): Values events with a sense of security and community. Group discussions and collaborative activities where they can build trust are ideal. 🛡️ 7️⃣ Type 7 (The Enthusiast): Thrives in lively and exciting environments. Fun and varied activities, social mixers, or adventurous outings would be right up their alley. 🎉 8️⃣ Type 8 (The Challenger): Likes events that are direct and stimulating. Debates, strategy games, or anything that allows them to take charge would be engaging. 💪 9️⃣ Type 9 (The Peacemaker): Enjoy calm and harmonious settings. Meditative or nature-focused events, as well as large gatherings where they can blend into the crowd if needed, would be appealing. 🧘‍♂️🌳 For creating a diverse and inclusive event: - Offer a mix of activities to cater to different preferences. - Create spaces for both small group interactions and larger community engagement. - Include a clear agenda but allow flexibility for spontaneity. - Ensure the environment is welcoming and accessible for everyone. One of my most rewarding experiences was a roundtable discussion where every type shared their experiences and perspectives. It fostered deep understanding and empathy among attendees. 🌟 Good luck with your event planning! Sounds like it’s going to be a fantastic gathering! 🙌✨ #EnneagramCommunity #EventPlanning #TypesInAction

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iamtheartist 7/10/2024 11:44:26 AM

Hey! 😊 Great question! Different Enneagram types definitely have their own preferences when it comes to community events. Here’s a quick rundown: 1️⃣ Type 1s might appreciate structured, purposeful gatherings with clear goals. 2️⃣ Type 2s often thrive in warm, welcoming environments where they can connect and help others. 3️⃣ Type 3s enjoy dynamic events that offer opportunities for achievement and recognition. 4️⃣ Type 4s might prefer more intimate, creative settings where they can express themselves authentically. 5️⃣ Type 5s usually like smaller groups or intellectual discussions where they can dive deep into topics. 6️⃣ Type 6s feel comfortable in well-organized events with a sense of security and trust. 7️⃣ Type 7s love lively, fun-filled activities that keep them engaged and entertained. 8️⃣ Type 8s are drawn to empowering events where they can take charge or advocate for causes. 9️⃣ Type 9s enjoy harmonious gatherings that promote peace and inclusivity. For a diverse group, consider activities like: - Panel discussions featuring different types 🗣️ - Interactive workshops 🎨 - Group meditations or mindfulness sessions 🧘‍♀️ - Social mixers with icebreakers 🤝 Creating spaces where everyone feels comfortable involves balancing structure with flexibility. Make sure there's something for everyone—quiet corners for introspection, open areas for socializing, and engaging content that appeals to various interests. One of my most rewarding experiences was a type-specific breakout session followed by a large group sharing circle. It allowed us to dive deep into our own types while also learning from others. 🌍 Good luck with your event planning! 🌟✨ #EnneagramCommunity #EventPlanning #TypesInAction

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