Numbers 4 - 6

Number 4 -The Dedicated Worker

Number 4’s are hard workers who commit themselves to their goals and like to present a high quality of workmanship. They are the cornerstones of any enterprise and their accuracy and attention to detail make them talented auditors, book-keepers, and builders. Even though 4’s are extremely logical, practical, and reliable (which are very valuable qualities to have), they could benefit from being a little less serious and thinking outside the box.
As 4’s are here to learn how to “overcome and persevere,” they often feel held back or restricted in life. However, if any number has the ability to persist through adversity or to overcome a challenge, it’s a 4. Number 4’s aren’t overly emotional and they prefer to keep their thoughts and feelings to themselves. In order to thrive in their personal lives and career, they require emotional, financial, and physical stability. 4’s are here to learn to use a step-by-step process to build a solid foundation for their future.

Interesting fact
When a 4 person has a 3 and/or a 5 among their seven Personality Numbers, they are more social, outgoing, and less serious than a typical 4 would be without a 3 or a 5. The scattered and flexible nature of 3 and 5 helps 4 to be less rigid and more adaptable.

4’s make fantastic:
CEO’s and managers; accountants, auditors, editors, surveyors and analysts; banking and finance professionals; builders, engineers, architects, and planners; law-enforcement, property, and real-estate professionals.

Top 5 strengths
• Hardworking
• Organized
• Grounded
• Responsible
• Focused

Top 5 challenges
• Inflexible
• Intolerant
• Stubborn
• Narrow-minded
• Pessimistic

Number 5 – The Freedom-loving Adventurer

Number 5’s are movers and shakers who desire freedom from restrictions and thrive on variety and change. There is never a dull moment for 5’s, as their lives are action-packed and constantly filled with change. Multi-talented, adaptable, and versatile, 5’s tend to be good at many different things. They may even have different types of jobs throughout their career. Whatever it is they choose to do, they’re natural salespeople, consultants, and advisors, with a talent for working with people.
As a typical 5 can have an addictive personality in search of the next high, 5 people have a tendency to overindulge in physical things that pleasure the senses, such as food, alcohol, sex, nicotine, overspending, or over-exercising. Due to their fear of restriction, boredom, or being fenced in, 5’s may take a while to commit to a relationship, job, or long-term study program fully. 5’s are natural messengers and promoters and they can excel in the area of communication, networking, and PR. Even though they’re restless, inconsistent, and easily bored, their charismatic and magnetic personalities make them popular storytellers with the gift of the gab.

Interesting fact
When a 5 person has a number 4 and/or a number 8 among their seven Personality Numbers they are more grounded, responsible, and less addictive than a typical 5 would be without a 4 or 8. The disciplined, focused, and serious nature of 4 and 8 helps to stabilize and anchor the scattered energy of the 5.

5’s make fantastic:
Salespeople, advisers, and consultants; project managers; event planners, promoters, and publicists; investigators, reporters, journalists, and writers; teachers, travel consultants, and flight attendants; hairstylists and public speakers.

Top 5 strengths
• Resourceful
• Multi-talented
• Good communicators
• Adaptable
• Charismatic

Top 5 challenges
• Addictive
• Melodramatic
• Intolerant
• Unfocused
• Changeable

Number 6 – The Responsible Caregiver

Number 6’s are natural counselors and advisors, who enjoy being of assistance to others. Whether it’s helping a friend to heal a broken heart, nursing a family member back to good health, or helping a neighbor to move house, they love to be of service and thrive when they are needed. If you’re ever in need of a helping hand, a shoulder to cry on, or a loyal friend, look no further than a 6. Love relationships, friendships, and family are what matters most to them.
However, 6’s can be overachievers and perfectionists who feel as if they’re not giving, being, doing, or achieving “enough.” Because they give more than they receive, they can be taken for granted or taken advantage of by others. As well as learning to find a healthy balance between giving and receiving, they must also learn the difference between helping and interfering or assisting and enabling those in need. When a 6 balances their own self-care with being of service to others, they live happy, meaningful, and emotionally fulfilled lives.

Interesting fact
Number 6 governs love, friendship, parenting, marriage, and divorce, and 6 people are here to learn lessons in these areas. However, that doesn’t mean every 6 is going to marry and divorce, or conceive children. 6 people strive to be their best and want others to do the same, but they must learn that perfect people, relationships, and experiences simply don’t exist.

6’s make fantastic:
Teachers, counselors, and therapists; healers and health practitioners; interior designers and chefs; hair, makeup or clothing stylists; flight attendants and customer service officers; nutritionists, life coaches, and fitness or personal trainers.

Top 5 strengths
• Nurturing
• Supportive
• Sympathetic
• Loving
• Reliable

Top 5 challenges
• Bossy
• Critical
• Interfering
• Self-righteous
• Perfectionist

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