Type 3 (“The Achiever”)
The performer is the third personality type of the Enneagram theory, aka Type 3. Typically, type threes are self-assured, charming, ambitious, competent and energetic.
They are referred to as “performers” or “achievers” because they are highly driven for advancement and are concerned with what others think of them. Due to this, type threes can sometimes be overly competitive.
Type 3 with a 2 wing (3w2)
People with a Enneagram with a type three wing two (3w2) personality tend to identify more with the type three, but also share several traits with type two’s. These type three’s tend to be ambitious, charming and enthusiastic. Often, they are excellent at communicating as they have the ability to adapt their attitude to their environment.
Type 3 with a 4 wing (3w4)
Similarly, people with Enneagram with a type three wing four (3w4) personality tend to identify more with the type three, but also share several traits with type four’s. These type threes tend to be ambitious, but focused and serious. They are more introverted than other type three’s and are very task-focused.
Type 3 careers
Type three’s are energetic and make decisions fast. Due to this, they are likely to suit careers that keep them busy. This includes careers such as a marketing director, sales or computer programmers.
They are less likely the other types to thrive in slower, less sociable and non-competitive careers, such as accountancy or childcare workers.