Type OneThe ReformerI’m always trying to be good and right, and my deepest fear is being morally wrong or bad. When I’m at my best, I’m spontaneous, free to create, and serene instead of critical.
Type TwoThe HelperI feel loved and worthy when I’m helping others, and my deepest fear is not being loved. When I’m at my best, I’m unselfish and unconditional with my love.
Type ThreeThe AchieverI need to win or impress others to feel valuable, and my deepest fear is being worthless. When I’m at my best, I’m ambitious and true to myself, and a role-model for others.
Type FourThe IndividualistI need to stand out in some way so I can be significant, and my greatest fear is fitting in, and being just like everyone else. When I’m at my best, I’m unique, creative, and can resist comparing myself to others.
Type FiveThe InvestigatorKnowledge is really important to me, and I tend to see things differently than other people. My deepest fear is becoming incompetent or useless, but when I’m at my best I’m a great listener, confident and decisive.
Type SixThe LoyalistI am committed, supportive, and here for you, and my deepest fear is not having security or safety. When I’m at my best, I’m not worrying, and I’m trusting myself and others.
Type SevenThe EnthusiastI’m always looking forward to the next amazing thing that’s going to happen, and my deepest fear is going without or being in pain. When I’m at my best I’m free, optimistic, and content, even when life isn’t as exciting as I’d like.
Type EightThe ChallengerI need to be strong and in charge of myself and my life, and my deepest fear is not being able to protect myself. When I’m at my best, I’m not afraid to be vulnerable, and can share my heart with safe people.
Type NineThe PeacemakerI need harmony in my world to feel secure, and my deepest fear is conflict or a lack of peace. When I’m at my best, I’m confident and unafraid to speak my truth.