• Why We Should All Get To Know Our Personality Type

    Bestselling author Melodie Dubois has spent nearly 20 years studying the Enneagram – a type of personality test- and it helped her to overcome the emotional obstacles holding her back in her life. Here she explains why you should get to know your personality type too. You can overcome your fear of making a mistake […]


    View in iTunes Click Here This podcast is about self-knowledge, self-remembering, self-transformation, the Enneagram, personality types and ego as seen through my eyes. After the Amazon Best Seller success of her book Just Be Yourself, Melodie Dubois is starting her Podcast. She will share her insight into the personality typology of the moment; the Enneagram. […]

  • Ego Type One – The Reformer

    Perfectionists, responsible, fixated on improvement Ones are essentially looking to make things better, as they think nothing is ever quite good enough. This makes them perfectionists who want to reform and improve, who desire to make order out of the omnipresent chaos.

  • Ego Type Two – The Helper

    Helpers who need to be needed Twos essentially feel that they are worthy insofar as they are helpful to others. Love is their highest ideal. Selflessness is their duty. Giving to others is their reason for being. Involved, socially aware, usually extroverted, Twos are the type of people who remember everyone’s birthday

  • Ego Type Three – The Achiever

    Focused on the presentation of success, to attain validation Threes need to be validated in order to feel worthy; they pursue success and want to be admired. They are frequently hard working, competitive and are highly focused in the pursuit of their goals, whether their goal is to be the most successful salesman

  • Ego Type Four – The Individualist

    Identity seekers, who feel unique and different Fours build their identities around their perception of themselves as being somehow different or unique; they are thus self-consciously individualistic. They tend to see their difference from others as being both a gift and a curse – a gift, because it sets

  • Ego Type Five – The Investigator

    Thinkers who tend to withdraw and observe Fives essentially fear that they don’t have enough inner strength to face life, so they tend to withdraw, to retreat into the safety and security of the mind where they can mentally prepare for their emergence into the world. Fives feel comfortable

  • Ego Type Six – The Loyalist

    Conflicted between trust and distrust Sixes essentially feel insecure, as though there is nothing quite steady enough to hold onto. At the core of the type Six personality is a kind of fear or anxiety. Sixes don’t trust easily; they are often ambivalent about others, until the person

  • Ego Type Seven – The Enthusiast

    Pleasure seekers and planners, in search of distraction Sevens are essentially concerned that their lives be an exciting adventure. They are future oriented, restless people who are generally convinced that something better is just around the corner. They are quick thinkers who have a great deal

  • Ego Type Eight – The Challenger

    Taking charge, because they don’t want to be controlled Eights are essentially unwilling to be controlled, either by others or by their circumstances; they fully intend to be masters of their fate. Eights are strong willed, decisive, practical, tough minded and energetic. They also tend to be domineering;

  • Ego Type Nine – The Peacemaker

    Keeping peace and harmony Nines essentially feel a need for peace and harmony. They tend to avoid conflict at all costs, whether it be internal or interpersonal. As the potential for conflict in life is virtually ubiquitous, the Nine’s desire to avoid it generally results