Thank you for taking Sarah LaFon’s Enneagram Test. Your scores for each of the 9 types are listed on the chart below.
Interpreting the results:
While there is a very good possibility that your top score represents your Enneagram type, more research and validation is recommended. Most people will find that their type is within the top 2 or 3 test results, so please take a detailed look at those results, as well as any other types that you consider to be possibilities. A link to each type description can be found in the menu above.
It’s important to remember that no Enneagram test is 100% accurate for all test-takers.
A few people will recognize their type almost immediately. Many people find their type after doing a bit of research and exploration. For others still, the process can take weeks, months, or even years before they uncover their core type. There is no right way or timeframe for figuring out your type! Let the process take as long as it needs to, without pressuring yourself.
We all have more to discover about ourselves, and the Enneagram is a transformational tool used for this very purpose.
If you find that you still have questions about your core type and would like to schedule a personal Typing Session with me, you can do that HERE. I will spend 60-75 minutes with you and will send you a personalized report afterward.
Your Top Types
People of Enneatype Eight are assertive protectors motivated by a desire to control their environment, seek justice, and take strong direct action. They are no-nonsense robust people who are natural leaders and go after whatever they want. Eights are competitive and decisive, typically possessing an enormous amount of energy and powerful physical appetites. When they […]
People of Enneatype THREE are ambitious achievers, motivated by a desire to accomplish and succeed at whatever they attempt. Accomplishment requires drive, and Threes have it in spades – extending themselves with efficiency, competency, and ubiquitous to-do lists. Threes are natural leaders and encouragers: they want the very best for themselves and usually consider it important to be aspirational for others. They set an example of poised productivity and are often admired for their cheerful tenacity. Threes spend much of their energy focusing on their image and are concerned with how they (and their achievements) appear to others. This pervasive drive to succeed in the eyes of others can result in a tendency to push aside time-consuming feelings resulting in a disconnect with self and others.
People of Enneatype ONE are conscientious idealists with a strong sense of right and wrong. They have an innate sense of discernment and are motivated to live life “the right way” while striving to improve themselves and others, correct errors, and perfect the world around them. Ones are natural teachers, crusaders, and advocates for change, […]