Your Best Biohack Health Tip, Based on Your Enneagram Type
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by Lynn Roulo
1M ago
Biohacking, the practice of using science, technology, and nature to optimize your body and mind has been gaining momentum since the first biohackers started sharing their findings in the 1990s. Many early biohackers came to the movement through necessity– they had health issues traditional medicine couldn’t solve and turned to the biohacking/self-experimentation community for support. The biohacking trend has been gaining momentum ever since, and the term was even added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary in 2018. Biohacking can take many forms from simple dietary protocols like taking supplem ..read more
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Finding Your Enneagram Type: What to Expect in an Enneagram Typing Session
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by Lynn Roulo
1y ago
One of the key tenets of the Enneagram is the idea of self-typing. This means that even as an Enneagram expert, I can’t tell you your type. You need to identify yourself. Self-typing is an important and foundational aspect of the system because  your Enneagram type describes a habit of attention and core motivation. I can observe your behavior and give my opinion about what occupies your attention but only you know what motivates you. You are the only person who truly knows what goes on inside your head. That said, we all have blind spots in our personality and ways we misunderstand ourse ..read more
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How to Avoid Workplace Burnout, Based on Your Enneagram Type
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by Lynn Roulo
2y ago
Statistics show that 83% of US workers suffer from work-related stress, and stress causes about one million workers a day to be absent from their job. Beyond lost days, work-related stress is responsible for over 120,000 deaths and results in $190 billion in healthcare costs a year. Workplace stress is a serious problem, but the good news is that there are tools to combat it. While the sources of stress may come from your boss, your workload, clients, or coworkers, your reaction to stress is within your control. Recognizing the triggers of stress and the signs of burnout are critical in avoidi ..read more
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Ten Tips for Road Tripping in France
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by Lynn Roulo
2y ago
One of the advantages to being based in Europe is that you can easily change cultures, cuisines, and languages within a few hours. I’ve been taking full advantage of that–in August I went to Skopje, in September to Luxembourg, and in October some friends and I took a road trip through France staying in the towns of Amboise, La Rochelle, and Mont St. Michel.   We learned many things along the way and below we offer you ten tips if you too are  considering a road trip through France…   1)    Pack snacks “Dining hours” are an issue of perspective, but as I’ve been base ..read more
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Not Sure If You are a Type 1 or Type 6? Ask Yourself These Four Questions
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by Lynn Roulo
3y ago
One of the most common mistakes people make when trying to find their Enneagram type is that they over-identify with a single specific trait. For example, someone who over-identifies with anger might assume they are an Enneagram type 8, another with anxiety assumes they are a Type 6, while someone who identifies with helpfulness assumes they are a Type 2.   It is worth remembering that to be an Enneagram type you are “most of the things, most of the time,” and as human beings, we are complex individuals. It isn’t a single trait that makes you an Enneagram type but rather a full personalit ..read more
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Not Sure if You are a Type 4 or a Type 7? Ask Yourself These Four Questions
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by Lynn Roulo
3y ago
The Enneagram Type 4 Individualist and Type 7 Enthusiast can seem like oil and water and with dramatically different habits of attention, it can be easy to assume they never get mixed up.   Types 7s look to the positive, seek new experiences, and avoid (either consciously or subconsciously) negative emotions. An assertive personality, Type 7s consider personal freedom a core value.   In contrast, Type 4s feel the full range of emotions intensely, have a sense that something is always missing, and are a withdrawn type that value authenticity. They like to keep it real and if that ..read more
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Not Sure if You are a Type 2 or a Type 9? Ask Yourself These Four Questions
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by Lynn Roulo
3y ago
The Enneagram Type 2 Giver and Type 9 Peacemaker have a lot in common, and it’s easy to see how there could be confusion between the two. If you’ve ever felt conflicted trying to decide which one you are, you aren’t the first person to feel you could be both. Let’s explore some of the similarities and key differences between these two personality styles.   The Similarities Type 2s and Type 9s are both “other-referencing” types whose attention goes out to other people. Both have the potential to be kind, accommodating, easy-to-get-along with personalities who naturally think of others befo ..read more
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Hiking Mount Olympus: A Practical Guide
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by Lynn Roulo
3y ago
Earlier this month, I hiked to the top of Mount Olympus, the highest mountain in Greece. This post is to share my experience and to offer some tips in case you too are thinking of making this trek.   I’ll start by saying the experience was amazing–far more fulfilling and fun that I even expected.  And then I’ll follow by saying it was WAY physically harder than I imagined. Most of the things I read suggested it was a leisurely two-day hike with an easy overnight stay in a mountain refuge. This wasn’t false but it wasn’t exactly true either. I didn’t factor in how taxing hiking uphill ..read more
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How Each Enneagram Type Emerges From the Pandemic
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by Lynn Roulo
3y ago
It’s been a wild 18 months, but the good news is that in many parts of the world, the light at the end of the tunnel is getting brighter. As vaccine rollouts pick up pace, lockdown restrictions lift, and travel is gradually reintroduced, many of us are emerging from the pandemic and searching for our new normal.   Different Enneagram types have different worldviews, and these differences color our experience. Re-entry after the pandemic won’t feel the same for everyone, and the Enneagram provides a useful tool to help understand some of these differences.   Below we offer you nine ap ..read more
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4 Ways Enneagram Type 9s Say No Without Saying “No.”
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by Lynn Roulo
3y ago
The Enneagram Type 9 is called the Peacemaker or the Mediator, and with a habit of attention that gravitates towards harmony, these are often the people who hold society together and help the rest of us get along. Easy-going, soothing and gifted at being able to hold multiple points of view simultaneously, Type 9s can be the most powerful type in the Enneagram. Look no further than Barack Obama and the Dalia Lama to find famous examples of Type 9.   When in balance, Type 9s can be amazing leaders, team members, friends, parents and partners. But when operating at the mid to lower levels o ..read more
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