Seriously. The Enneagram describes one's weaknesses and failings as a person. The ideal is to have no type; i.e. to mature to the point where you overcome the roadblocks preventing individuation. A good type description will provoke feelings of shame in the typee; it won't say "Type 5s are uber-intelligent"; "2s are caring"; etc. No. 5s are schizoids who can't function properly in society; 2s are narcissistic; 9s are selfish, lazy, and uncaring. You do not "want to be" a type; you want not to have one. Acting like a type makes you gifted at something or another is disgusting. Enneagram types don't have strengths. At most they'll have personas they want to be perceived as.