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Read this profile for a complete description of Type Six.Don't Stop Believing, Building Ebeneezers, Upside Down Grace, Carlee Lane, Jennifer Bryant, Fork & Beans, Sarah Torna Roberts *these are bloggers who identify as type six; it does not indicate they have participated in the Enneagram and Blogging survey ^Type Six is believed to be the most common type, with researchers theorizing half of the population identifying as such.More than any other type, Sixes stated they'd like to blog full-time or make more consistent money blogging.It may be Sixes feel an income would legitimize their efforts.When they are internally stable and self-reliant, they are able to champion themselves and others. Excellent "troubleshooters," they foresee problems and foster cooperation, but can also become defensive, evasive, and anxious—running on stress while complaining about it. This type is most likely to look for and respond well to authority figures.
Respondents reported wanted to grow their readership and online presence.Sixes and Nines have the hardest time discerning their type.While most Six respondents reported starting their blogs because they wanted to write or work toward publication, an equal amount of Sixes who are not bloggers reported not wanting to write publicly because they lacked confidence, feared the reactions of others (including hypothetical commenters), or did not feel they were qualified to do so.Sixes specifically mentioned not liking trolls, those nasty patrollers of the web.Even if they've never experienced a troll, they view it as an ever present and real threat.