About the Book
Book: The Perfectionist
Author: Elisabeth Bennett
Genre: RELIGION / Christian Living/Personal Growth
Release date: March 2, 2021
The Enneagram is an ancient personality typology using nine points within a circle to represent nine distinct personality types. This sixty-day devotional is for the Perfectionist, number 1 of the Enneagram personality types.
This book will help Perfectionists, and those who love them, better understand how God created them and how best to use their unique gifts to serve Him and love others. It features a full explanation of what the Enneagram is and how it benefits people, followed by a full description of what it means to be a 1, including the Perfectionist’s deadly sin and their greatest strength.
Some attributes of the Perfectionist:
- Motivation: To be good, have integrity, and achieve this by following the rules.
- Biggest Fear: Ones fear being evil or corrupt, unable to do good things or make a difference.
- Gut Triad: Ones, along with Eights and Nines, receive information through their gut, instinctively feeling if something is right or wrong. When Ones see others blatantly disobeying the “rules” that are very obvious to them, it triggers an anger response, and can cause Ones to be burdened by boiling frustration.
The sixty days of this devotional are split into six 10-day topics that include uniqueness, weakness, strength, pain points, and how Perfectionists react in times of stress and growth.
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About the Author
Elisabeth started her own Enneagram Instagram account (@Enneagram.Life) in 2018, which has grown to nearly 65,000 followers. Since becoming a certified Enneagram coach, she has conducted more than one hundred one-on-one coaching sessions, focused on helping her clients find their type and apply the Enneagram to their lives for personal and spiritual growth. Elisabeth has also conducted staff/team building sessions for businesses and high school students.
She has lived in beautiful Washington State her entire life and now has the joy of raising her own children there with her husband, Peter.
More from Elisabeth
This is the only devotional series that combines daily Scripture reading with Enneagram wisdom tailored specifically to one Enneagram type. Endorsements include Ryan O’Neal, Sleeping At Last singer-songwriter whose work has been featured on the TV show Grey’s Anatomy and the Twilight Saga movies, and Beth McCord, a popular Enneagram coach and author.
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Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, March 8
Ashley’s Clean Book Reviews, March 9
Texas Book-aholic, March 10
April Hayman, Author, March 10
Inklings and notions, March 11
For Him and My Family, March 12
deb’s Book Review, March 13
Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, March 14
Mary Hake , March 14
A Modern Day Fairy Tale, March 15
Locks, Hooks and Books, March 16
Musings of a Sassy Bookish Mama, March 17
Happily Managing a Household of Boys, March 18
CarpeDiem, March 19
To celebrate her tour, Elisabeth is giving away the grand prize package of a $20 Starbucks gift card and a copy of the book!!
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The Perfectionist: Growing as an Enneagram starts the 60-Day Enneagram Devotional series by Elisabeth Bennett. The devotional is broken down in six parts, using ten days to focus on each part. The parts include: Goodness, Killing Anger, Grace, Saying No to Criticism, Handling Despair, and Fun and Joy. Each day include scripture, lesson, reflections, prayer, and exercise. I found the days are quite short and can be easily added to busy lives.
The Perfectionist: Growing as an Enneagram will be getting three and a half stars from me. I recommend it for readers who interested in the Enneagram and for those who like to read devotionals. I am sure many will find some faith and inspiration within the pages. I am interested in reading the other books from the 60-Day Enneagram Devotional series.
I received The Perfectionist: Growing as an Enneagram from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.