The Wisdom of the Enneagram by Riso & Hudson. Once you read that through, you'll be an enlightened individual concerning the Enneagram. If you have any comment after reading that, you'll command great respect from me, because you'll be entirely in the know; moreso than I am (I haven't read it in its entirety), and thus you'll be like my mentor.Any book recommendations about Enneagram types?
If you look at the Disintegration and Integration points, this should help you. For example, you're trying to pin someone down, and they look like a Three, but they're unhealthy. So you think "this person could be a Six".How can I identify hidden motivations?