Before you read on, you should know that this article is part of a series on developing a visibility strategy. This is chapter 6 in that series.
Before we dive further into other people’s platforms and how you might utilise them as part of your visibility strategy, it’s useful to take a moment to reflect on the enneagram and how it might impact on the places you choose to focus your attention.
The enneagram is an ancient personality typing system which directs you to your deepest motivations for behaving the way you do in the world.
From a visibility perspective, studying the enneagram supports you to understand not just how you hide out, but why. Once you know why, then you can start clearing the blocks to hiding. (This is something we support you to do at the School of Visibility, should you choose to study with us. You can find out more about that right here.)
It also helps you to see the different ways people show up in the world and to identify which way is going to work best for you. When you find that way you’ll feel more natural and at ease in your visibility efforts, and you’ll be more consistent in your approach.
There are three parts to our enneagram series for you to explore:
If you’d like to dive into a more comprehensive experience of the enneagram, where you not only uncover your own motivations around being seen and hiding out, but actually clear the wounds that are keeping you from exhibiting the more extreme versions of your type, we’ll be diving deep on this in the block clearing immersion program in season 1 of 2020. You can find out more about that and enrol with us here.
Coming up next in the series on creating your visibility strategy: Blue ocean visibility
Looking for all the chapters ‘Creating your Visibility Strategy’ series? You’ll find them right here!
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