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    Oh, I don't know if anyone else mentioned it, but where do people get "49 types" from?

    Yes, the chart shows a 7x7 grid with 49 boxes, but you can't really GET the same secondary and primary, based on how the test is scored. (So no "Alarm - Alarm" types, in terms of the test output.) The test only seems to generate 42 combinations.

    Or did I miss something?

    PS. I thought my Dormant Trigger was right on -- "Power" was mine, and the descriptions of someone with Power in that dormant position described me perfectly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Was it Marm who thought there might be more ties to enneagram? Think I prob agree with that, vs. mbti.
    My result (Blue Chip*) almost seemed like an introverted result, even though it was accurate. Which I guess makes sense for an enneagram type (1) that is more prevalent among introverts than extroverts.

    *Only one so far! Who's the special snowflake now?? Huh???
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    My result (Blue Chip*) almost seemed like an introverted result, even though it was accurate. Which I guess makes sense for an enneagram type (1) that is more prevalent among introverts than extroverts.

    *Only one so far! Who's the special snowflake now?? Huh???


    step aside all you e4s and INFJs. there's a new snowflake in town.
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by five sounds View Post


    step aside all you e4s and INFJs. there's a new snowflake in town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    My result (Blue Chip*) almost seemed like an introverted result, even though it was accurate. Which I guess makes sense for an enneagram type (1) that is more prevalent among introverts than extroverts.

    *Only one so far! Who's the special snowflake now?? Huh???
    Haha...I'm waiting for more Intrigues
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Oh, I don't know if anyone else mentioned it, but where do people get "49 types" from?

    Yes, the chart shows a 7x7 grid with 49 boxes, but you can't really GET the same secondary and primary, based on how the test is scored. (So no "Alarm - Alarm" types, in terms of the test output.) The test only seems to generate 42 combinations.

    Or did I miss something?

    PS. I thought my Dormant Trigger was right on -- "Power" was mine, and the descriptions of someone with Power in that dormant position described me perfectly.
    I think you can get two together "Power - Power" etc. No one here has yet though. keeps watching.

    I liked my trigger too. There certainly was stuff in the report that hit the mark, but for me anyway, almost as much missed. But it certainly gave me some interesting stuff to ponder on!
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    When people see some things as good,
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    My result (Blue Chip*) almost seemed like an introverted result, even though it was accurate. Which I guess makes sense for an enneagram type (1) that is more prevalent among introverts than extroverts.

    *Only one so far! Who's the special snowflake now?? Huh???
    I loved your result! For a change, what could loosely correlate with STJ results is dynamically well-written! And I enjoyed how my husband's was written up too. (My results seem very flakey in comparison!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    I thoroughly enjoyed this test, it provides in-depth explanations for each of the 49 different archetypes.

    For the access code, put Book2014, and you can be like me and fill in the information boxes with random places/names.

    My Results:

    Dude, this test is AWESOME! Thank you for this, I love it! It basically confirms what I've been thinking about the last few months. "What do I bring to others?"



    I got "The Ringleader" which is power then passion and my worst trait is trust, lol. So I start things and am very colorful and can get everyone excited for a new endeavor, and then once its started I don't feel like following through anymore, lol.

    My question is: other than being a broke as fuck entrepreneur, what good am I?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    I think you can get two together "Power - Power" etc. No one here has yet though. keeps watching.
    On what basis would you suggest that, PB?

    Look at how it scores.
    It ranks the seven categories.
    Each category only appears once in the ranking.
    The caregories do not compete against each other.
    I'm curious as to how anyone could get a "power - power" combo, the way the scores are presented.

    Also, a "power - power" combination (or anything doubled) would, based on the description, simply be a "power" description (or whatever). The secondary is meant to differentiate the primary. If the secondary and primary are the same, it would just be an undifferentiated Primary -- hence, read the primary description and there you go.
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    I wonder if we are all the double of our primary trigger?

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