Great article! I found it very insightful and interesting. There's some very useful comparisons there. I have a few quibbles but they're minor compared with the overall accuracy.

It really helps me to better define 6s for myself.

Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
That's the reference to 6s vs. 8s. I thought I was an 8 for a while (because it's what the test told me and I didn't know much about enneagram at the time).
That's an interesting thought. So do you think there's different flavours of 6s and that 6-ness can only be revealed in opposition to a similar type (ie. the type you misidentify with)? Like you with 6 vs. 8 and @skylights with 6 vs. 4. Is it something to do with the sheer breadth of the 6 type?