Enneagram Pro is essentially a fairly accurate method of character analysis, using nine different but interconnected psychological types of the human personality. Enneagram Pro analyses your inner self and reveals hidden facets of your personality.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:47
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Description: Enneagram Pro is essentially a fairly accurate method of character analysis, using nine different but interconnected psychological types of the human personality. In this context, we are truly proud to present Enneagram Pro which is wonderfully informative and ingenious software that helps you understand your personality type. Enneagram Pro analyses your inner self and reveals hidden facets of your personality. It is a simple and easy to understand diagnostic tool that actually helps you understand your true nature, and how you relate to other people. Enneagram Pro uses the 9 distinct personality types and shows how these types react and behave in happy and stressful situations. It interacts with you to pinpoint which personality type suits you the most thereby helping you in your personal and professional life. Fully compatible with all versions of Windows OS, Enneagram Pro is the software to possess if you want to improve yourself into a perfect human being.
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