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Publisher's Summary

The Enneagram system is one of the most influential tools of self-discovery and personal development. When you discover your personality type using the enneagram, you may be amazed. The enneagram has proven to be extremely accurate. It reveals your strengths, weaknesses, core motivations, moods, and mannerisms. The Enneagram system of categorizing personality types has been around since ancient times. Although it has only relatively recently entered popular culture, the Enneagram system has gained increasing prominence in the arena of personal developmental and success research. The term Enneagram comes from the Greek word for the number nine. The reason being that there are nine unique character types. Each of the points in the enneagram represents a distinctive and diverse personality type. A person who has the traits of a type one (typically known as the reformer or perfectionist) may differ significantly from a man or woman who is a type four personality (classically recognized as the artist or the individualist). In depth analysis of the Enneagram uncovers profound self-discovery and is exceedingly useful when it comes to handling career, conflict, success, abundance and many aspects of a relationship.

©2017 Craig Beck Media Limited (P)2017 Craig Beck Media Limited

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Easy to consume. Good storytelling

What did you love best about Easy Enneagram?

This is a great introduction to the enneagram. It is narrated good. Nice voice, good stories to support the theory.<br/>What touched me the most is some of the anecdotal stuff and the quotes from big writers and thinkers in between chapters - they link matters well and are a good foundation for some reflections.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Whereas this book doesn't go as deep as other books o the topics, it is well balanced and inspiring. I made a few changes to my life after listening to it.

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Absolutely wonderful

Thank you so much for your authentic genuine and so wonderful writing. I felt you in each word and story and example. It welt as you were talking right here in my living room to me! That is a gift you have and thank you for sharing that gift with me. I will share this with all I know:)

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Ultimately an Advertisement

Truly, a helpful explanation of the Enneagram. Even better, we're the thoughts on personality development that may determine personality types. I appreciated the perspective that was not Judeo-Christian centric and yet not universalistic either. Disappointed with the ending that, although sincere I'm sure, was an advertisement for more and deeper answers to one's search for meaning via the author's website.

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Somewhat incoherent and overrated

Would you try another book from Craig Beck and/or Craig Beck?

No

What about Craig Beck’s performance did you like?

Clear and fairly easy to listen to.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

No

Any additional comments?

The author comes across as someone who's well versed in self-development concepts, especially the law of attraction. He seems to gravitate towards a 'law of attraction' (which I don't completely buy into) perspective to the point of awkwardness at times though. <br/><br/>The type descriptions are fairly brief and not especially insightful compared to other available audiobooks about the Enneagram. <br/><br/>Also, the flow is a bit disjointed. There are a few non-sequiturs that threw me for a loop, including one in which the author seems to attempt to map the cognitive functions from Myers-Briggs to the Enneagram. If that was what he was attempting to do then it was highly inaccurate as he presented it. Either way, it was poorly explained and didn't make much sense to me.<br/><br/>It feels to me like a composite of different self-development ideas (including the Enneagram) made into a general self-development book, rather than a coherent book about the Enneagram written with the unique insight of someone who deeply understands it.<br/><br/>"The Power of The Enneagram" by Riso & Hudson (whom the author quotes several times) is much better, in my opinion.

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So lovely.

Craig explains an introduction to the enneagrams that is both informative and simple. He reads with great enthusiasm, and it was a joy to hear his thoughts and encouragement in his own voice.

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Enneagram user

This is an excellent introduction, prompting more investigation. A very good start therefore a good launch point.

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  • Tatiana Guerrero
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Superficial information

Superficial information. I need more in depth and scientific knowledge. It has too much marketing stuff.

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  • J S Stonemam
  • 06-04-17

food for thought

What made the experience of listening to Easy Enneagram the most enjoyable?

an insight into what makes people tick

What other book might you compare Easy Enneagram to, and why?

anything else that Craig Beck has written on that subject

Have you listened to any of Craig Beck’s other performances? How does this one compare?

very good and I have listened to a lot of his books ,his Hypnosis ones are excellent

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

yes, you have to concentrate on the subject

Any additional comments?

I shall probable pursue the matter further also Craig Beck is a great narrator and has a lovely voice<br/>

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