Your Top Three Types are 9, 7 and 3.

Read the descriptions of each type below to discover YOUR type!

Type 9: The Peacemaker

Peacemakers are receptive, good-natured, and supportive. They seek union with others and the world around them.

How to Get Along with Me

  • If you want me to do something, how you ask is important. I especially don't like expectations or pressure.
  • I like to listen and to be of service, but don't take advatage of this.
  • Listen until I finish speaking, even though I meander a bit.
  • Give me time to finish things and make decisions. It's OK to nudge me gently and nonjudgmentally.
  • Ask me questions to help me get clear.
  • Tell me when you like how I look. I'm not averse to flattery.
  • Hug me, show physical affection. It opens me up to my feelings.
  • I like a good discussion but not a confrontation.
  • Let me know you like what I've done or said.
  • Laugh with me and share in my enjoyment of life.

What I Like About Being a Nine

  • Being nonjudgmental and accepting.
  • Caring for and being concerned about others.
  • Being able to relax and have a good time.
  • Knowing that most people enjoy my company; I'm easy to be around.
  • My ability to see many different sides of an issue and to be a good mediator and facilitator.
  • My heightened awareness of sensations, aesthetics, and the here and now.
  • Being able to go with the flow and feel one with the universe.

What's Hard About Being a Nine

  • Being judged and misunderstood for being placid and/or indecisive.
  • Being critical of myself for lacking initiative and discipline.
  • Being too sensitive to criticism; taking every raised eyebrow and twitch of the mouth personally.
  • Being confused about what I really want.
  • Caring too much about what others will think of me.
  • Not being listened to or taken seriously.

Type 7: The Enthusiast

Enthusiasts are energetic, lively, and optimistic. They want to contribute to the world.

How to Get Along with Me

  • Give me companionship, affection, and freedom.
  • Engage with me in stimulating conversation and laughter.
  • Appreciate my grand visions and listen to my stories.
  • Don't try to change my style. Accept me the way I am.
  • Be responsible for youself. I dislike clingy or needy people.
  • Don't tell me what to do.

What I Like About Being a Seven

  • Being optimistic and not letting life's troubles get me down.
  • Being spontaneous and free-spirited.
  • Being outspoken and outrageous. It's part of the fun.
  • Being generous and trying to make the world a better place.
  • Having the guts to take risks and to try exciting adventures.
  • Having such varied interests and abilities.

What's Hard About Being a Seven

  • Not having enough time to do all the things I want.
  • Not completing things I start.
  • Not being able to profit from the benefits that come from specializing; not making a commitment to a career.
  • Having a tendency to be ungrounded; getting lost in plans or fantasies.
  • Feeling confined when I'm in a one-to-one relationship.

Type 3: The Achiever

Achivers are energetic, optimistic, self-assured, and goal oriented.

How to Get Along with Me

  • Leave me alone when I am doing my work.
  • Give me honest, but not unduly critical or judgmental, feedback.
  • Help me keep my environment harmonious and peaceful.
  • Don't burden me with negative emotions.
  • Tell me you like being around me.
  • Tell me when you're proud of me or my accomplishments.

What I Like About Being a Three

  • Being optimistic, friendly, and upbeat.
  • Providing well for my family.
  • Being able to recover quickly from setbacks and to charge ahead to the next challenge.
  • Staying informed, knowing what's going on.
  • Being competent and able to get things to work efficiently.
  • Being able to motivate people.

What's Hard About Being a Three

  • Having to put up with inefficiency and incompetence.
  • The fear on not being -- or of not being seen as -- successful.
  • Comparing myself to people who do things better.
  • Struggling to hang on to my success.
  • Putting on facades in order to impress people.
  • Always being "on." It's exhausting.