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The Enneagram Collection is for anyone who wants to have a deeper understanding of their Enneagram type. The Enneagram Type 1: The Moral Perfectionist is an interactive book that focuses on those who have a core desire to have integrity and to be good, balanced, accurate, virtuous, and right. The book explores the unique motivations, longings, strengths, and weaknesses of The Enneagram Collection is for anyone who wants to have a deeper understanding of their Enneagram type. The Enneagram Type 1: The Moral Perfectionist is an interactive book that focuses on those who have a core desire to have integrity and to be good, balanced, accurate, virtuous, and right. The book explores the unique motivations, longings, strengths, and weaknesses of a Type 1. The Enneagram Type 1: The Moral Perfectionist is a great self-assessment resource for all spheres of life, including: Personal and professional relationships Faith communities Students and even pop culture Author Beth McCord teaches readers how to transform self-limiting behaviors into life-enhancing personal empowerment. Books from The Enneagram Collection are great for anyone newly interested in the Enneagram or longtime Enneagram enthusiasts. Inside readers will find: Space to journal about their uniqueness, goals for inner stability, and ideals for achieving peace of mind Teachings about the strengths, challenges, and opportunities that a Type 1 needs in order to build a more meaningful life, lasting relationships, and a deeper understanding of God and one's self A beautiful ribbon marker to mark your progress This ancient personality typing system identifies nine types of people and how they relate to one another. The system helps people discover what motivates them, their fears, and how best to interact with others. Not a Type 1 or want to learn about the other Enneagram types? Check out the rest of The Enneagram Collection by Enneagram coach, author, and speaker Beth McCord.


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The Enneagram Collection is for anyone who wants to have a deeper understanding of their Enneagram type. The Enneagram Type 1: The Moral Perfectionist is an interactive book that focuses on those who have a core desire to have integrity and to be good, balanced, accurate, virtuous, and right. The book explores the unique motivations, longings, strengths, and weaknesses of The Enneagram Collection is for anyone who wants to have a deeper understanding of their Enneagram type. The Enneagram Type 1: The Moral Perfectionist is an interactive book that focuses on those who have a core desire to have integrity and to be good, balanced, accurate, virtuous, and right. The book explores the unique motivations, longings, strengths, and weaknesses of a Type 1. The Enneagram Type 1: The Moral Perfectionist is a great self-assessment resource for all spheres of life, including: Personal and professional relationships Faith communities Students and even pop culture Author Beth McCord teaches readers how to transform self-limiting behaviors into life-enhancing personal empowerment. Books from The Enneagram Collection are great for anyone newly interested in the Enneagram or longtime Enneagram enthusiasts. Inside readers will find: Space to journal about their uniqueness, goals for inner stability, and ideals for achieving peace of mind Teachings about the strengths, challenges, and opportunities that a Type 1 needs in order to build a more meaningful life, lasting relationships, and a deeper understanding of God and one's self A beautiful ribbon marker to mark your progress This ancient personality typing system identifies nine types of people and how they relate to one another. The system helps people discover what motivates them, their fears, and how best to interact with others. Not a Type 1 or want to learn about the other Enneagram types? Check out the rest of The Enneagram Collection by Enneagram coach, author, and speaker Beth McCord.

30 review for The Enneagram Type 1: The Moral Perfectionist

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Dyer

    I liked that it pointed back to God and clearly explained what then enneagram is and is not. I appreciated the metaphor that our weaknesses and negative personality traits are a rumble strip to alert us that we are not living our most abundant life through Christ. This book was extremely therapeutic as far as self examination, but the terms and complexity of different aspects the enneagram felt a little too horoscopish/to me. I’m conflicted since it did bring more awareness to my shortcomings co I liked that it pointed back to God and clearly explained what then enneagram is and is not. I appreciated the metaphor that our weaknesses and negative personality traits are a rumble strip to alert us that we are not living our most abundant life through Christ. This book was extremely therapeutic as far as self examination, but the terms and complexity of different aspects the enneagram felt a little too horoscopish/to me. I’m conflicted since it did bring more awareness to my shortcomings continually pointed back to God.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

    Definitely some parts I would eliminate and some fluff here and there, but on the whole, a really good walk through the 1 on the Enneagram. I found myself resonating with so many aspects of how she put things, both good and bad. Helpful tool.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ryne Isaac

    I've been on a journey the past few years of reading about the Enneagram. I was excited about the thought of a devotional specifically written to my type. Unfortunately, I never really connected with this. Many of the days felt much more written to all types than to just Enneagram 1's. Some days were helpful and had good questions at the end. But overall, it felt lacking from what I hoped it would be.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Brooks Lemmon

    I was originally planning to buy this book and read it, but when I saw that the audiobook was only a little over an hour long I decided to just listen to it while on a walk. I have read a variety of articles and pdfs about the enneagram and my specific type (Type 1). Most resources are about the same. They address motivations, fears, longings, desires, growth, stress, etc. This book is part of a 9 book series on each enneagram type. When I first started the book I began to roll my eyes. It seemed I was originally planning to buy this book and read it, but when I saw that the audiobook was only a little over an hour long I decided to just listen to it while on a walk. I have read a variety of articles and pdfs about the enneagram and my specific type (Type 1). Most resources are about the same. They address motivations, fears, longings, desires, growth, stress, etc. This book is part of a 9 book series on each enneagram type. When I first started the book I began to roll my eyes. It seemed as though the author wrote a template book and then filled in the blanks with the information that was specific to each type. At first I thought this was lazy, but then the content of the book began to speak to me. A problem I have with the enneagram is that oftentimes people do not take the Gospel into account when studying it. Instead of writing about "levels of development" the author wrote about how aligned we are to Christ and its affects on our life. Another chapter that really made me think was "Childhood Message." This chapter leads the reader (or listener) into some reflection on their childhood and how certain events or upbringings could have affected their personality. This book reads like a journalling exercise and it listens like an in-depth podcast. I recommend!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Claire Sheats

    McCords’ approach here is very interesting - a biblical perspective of the enneagram types. Identifying your type’s strengths and weaknesses, recognizing when you’re at your worst and best, and ultimately growing in the way God created you to be. I didn’t agree with 100% of her points, but I loved her concept. This series would probably be good for someone who has a thorough understanding of the enneagram types, and is ready to build upon their knowledge by using a biblical approach.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Claire

    The best resource I’ve come across I really appreciate this sensitively and wisely written book. It hits the nail on the head in terms of my experience and gives such practical steps. I think it has made all the difference to me in the last few months. The fact that it comes from a deep Christian faith perspective means you can apply spiritual truths not just good advice.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tammie Jones

    Awesome help This book was a great help to me in understanding my enneatype. I love the way Beth McCord points to Christ and his forgiveness and love. It is Him we look to to know how we should live.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sidney Dennis

    I cried three times in the first 30 pages. While this is one book in a set of 9, I’m sure that Beth’s insight into your enneagram type will hit the nail on the head and help you understand yourself better, in light of Gods redeeming love! Grab your type book as soon as you can!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Adrienne

    Insightful and thought-provoking. Take the time to think through the questions, reflect, and record your answers to allow this journal to be as helpful as possible. Very thankful for the conversations that were sparked internally and with others as a result of this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tim Chaney

    A helpful overview of the tendencies of the 1 from a gospel-centered perspective. This book is not content to leave you as you are but to move you forward into Christlikeness.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marcia

    It’s not intended to be an audiobook and doesn’t work at all for this medium

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    This is a good little book of basic information if you just learned you identify with enneagram type 1.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Rachael Bumb

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jacquelyn Valdez

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Ronk

  16. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie Kellum

  17. 4 out of 5

    Wendy Crouch

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Stewart

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Barley

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jessi Russo

  24. 5 out of 5

    Christophe

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Gonzalez

  26. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Little

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rob Ramseyer

  28. 5 out of 5

    Belinda

  29. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jane

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