Career Talents, Values & Interests for Enneagram type Fours

Judy Garland and Søren Kierkegaard are two famous Enneagram Fours but look how
different they are based on other systems (click on the links below to see what I mean):

Judy Garland Biography Søren Kierkegaard Biography
Temperament system Bold Orange True Blue
Myers-Briggs system ESFP INFP
Dosha Type system Vata-Pitta type Vata-Pitta type
Aura Colors system Yellow Indigo
Multiple Intelligences system
Numerology system born on the 1 0
of the month born on the 5
of the month
Numerology system 21/3 Life Path 23/5 Life Path
Astrology system Sun square Uranus Mercury quincunx Uranus
Astrology system Moon opposition Pluto Mercury square Jupiter
Astrology system Judy’s Astrology Report Soren’s Astrology Report
Michael system (Mature Soul) Artisan (Old Soul) Artisan.


So, what DO Judy Garland and Søren Kierkegaard have in common, both

being Enneagram type Fours?

All Fours want to be seen as unique, special, one-of-a-kind. They long for deep emotional
connection both with their own interior world and with other people. Fours are often the deep sea
divers of the psyche, the unconscious and the inner world. They want to understand themselves
and others on a deep, authentic, soul level. Fours are sensitive to their own and other people’s
pain and suffering. When they get out of their self-absorption and idealizations of their fantasy
self they actually can be quite self-revealing and inspirational. Fours feel most alive when they
are authentically, creatively expressing their uniqueness through their own personal experiences
and passionate feelings. Doesn’t that sound like both Judy Garland and Søren

Fours can have either a Three wing or a Five wing. Judy Garland is a Four with a
Three wing and Søren Kierkegaard is a Four with a Five wing. If, after clicking on the
previous links, you feel that you are more of a Four with a strong Three wing, look at what
Enneagram type Threes need for career satisfaction as well. If you feel you are more of a Four
with a strong Five wing, look at what Enneagram type Fives need for career satisfaction as well.
Average to unhealthy Fours are often drawn to jobs where they can be recognized as
special, individualistic, aesthetic, exotic, elegant, sophisticated, mysterious or where they can just
blend into the woodwork and go unnoticed because of self-worth issues. Because average to
unhealthy Fours can suffer from low self-esteem, they often take mundane jobs that don’t
interest them just so they can pursue their creative interests outside of work.
Healthy Fours are drawn to work that allows full expression of their gifts and talents
through some distinctive, original, personal work that inspires others or has resonance for everyone. Healthy Fours are imaginative, creative and self-aware. Some are even mystical and
visionary. They enjoy communicating the inner stirrings of their heart and their unique way of
viewing life with the rest of the world. They also have a great desire to reduce, prevent and
eliminate unnecessary pain and suffering in life. Examples of healthy Fours are Kahlil Gibran,
Martha Graham, Edgar Allan Poe, Joni Mitchell, Marlon Brando, Frederick Chopin,
Tchaikovsky, Alan Watts, Johnny Depp, Thomas Merton, Herman Hesse, Walt Whitman,
Anaïs Nin, Tennessee Williams, Anne Rice, Debbie Ford, Gangaji, Wayne Dyer, William
Shakespeare and William Blake.