I have no experience with type 1, but this is correct according to most (all) descriptions I've read.Type 1 strong in = Conscientousness, Dutifulness, Meticulousness (Responsibleness?) and Self-discipline and Self-criticalness
In many ways, yeah.So is type 1 the opposite of type 7?
But since they're connected through their integration/disintegration points, personal development for a type 1 means embracing some 7 characteristics like spontaneity, opening up to new possibilities instead of viewing many things as set in stone, becoming more accepting of themselves and others instead of resentful or critical, and for type 7 it means that under stress they can become harsh critics and impose rules on themselves to try and counteract their disorganization, which is a bad idea because it will trigger the 7's fear of being trapped within confinements.
That's the theory, anyway. Personally, as a 7, setting up rules for myself and getting my shit together actually worked great to get things done.
Despite never having met a type 1, I like how they're described on paper. Self-organized people of action. I admire that.
ExxP.What MBTI types are commonly correlated with enneagram 7? What does that tell us?
A few ISxP's too, perhaps some ENTJ's. But the vast majority are ExxP.
Don't know the percentages of type 7 distribution among each of the ExxP's, but I'm gonna guess 7 is the most common or second most common type for each of them.