Barbara Schreihans loves being a driven, goal-oriented Enneagram 3. But she doesn’t advertise her accomplishments overtly like a typical Achiever.

So, why is Barbara’s 3-ness expressed differently? How does her dominant subtype impact the way her need for significance presents itself in the world?

Barbara is the Tax Strategist behind Your Tax Coach, a boutique tax accountancy for US-based entrepreneurs and online business owners who want to save money on their taxes. 

On this episode of The Leadership Formula, Barbara shares her experience of growing up with parents who were addicts, and we explore how that uncertainty informs her instinctual response to life.

I explain how self-preservation subtypes like Barbara look different from typical 3s and describe how her strong 2 wing translates into genuine care for her clients.

Listen in to understand how recognizing her stress number 9 helps Barbara delegate responsibilities, honor her health and avoid the burnout typical of the Enneagram 3.

What You Will Learn 

Barbara’s experience of growing up with parents who were addicts

How Barbara’s parents’ spending habits inform the work she does today 

Barbara’s challenges around communicating her feelings

The pros and cons of a 3-8 combo like Barbara and her husband

How self-preservation subtypes like Barbara look different from typical 3s

Why Barbara dislikes advertising her accomplishments overtly

The Enneagram 3’s gifts for efficiency, resourcefulness and adaptability

How Barbara’s strong 2 wing translates into genuine care for her clients

How Barbara’s work as a tax strategist leverages her growth number 6

How understanding her stress number 9 helps Barbara honor her health

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Resources

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