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Now our Crime Boss is way out of his comfort zone. But after escaping certain death at the hands of his plastic surgeon, he ends up on the streets, homeless. Maybe in a shelter. At the shelter he is fed and clothed and given a Bible.
His botched surgery has left him mutilated and unrecognizable, so a pretty female doctor who volunteers at the shelter patches him up. He likes her, and he likes the safety of this place, but after his face is healed he can only stay at the shelter if he volunteers in the soup kitchen.
He begins to help others and maybe, for the first time in his life, he gets love in return. The man who was once emotionally independent is now, for a short while at least, emotionally interdependent.
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Will this be a lasting change? Too soon to tell. If our Crime Boss has no more major stresses, then eventually he will relax back into his old self. But he has one final challenge. Because this last major stress will push him along the Tension Line of Type 2. Which takes him right back to… Type 8.
His world has changed forever. If he continues to move along the Tension Line, this last major stress is going to change him in a moral direction. Into a better or worse version of his former self. But will this change be good or bad? The Moral Choice In the real world, and in the Enneagram system of personality, a person moving in the direction of disintegration, along the Tension Lines, will tend to take on the negative characteristics of the new type.
When a person in the real world faces a series of major life stresses, these events will tend to lead the person to increasingly unhealthy states, perhaps even to desperate, abhorrent, and criminal behaviors.
In the real world, severe and prolonged stress robs us of our inner resources and wears us down, physically and spiritually.
We want him to rise above his challenges. He needs to go through hell. So in the final confrontation, he must overcome his dark side, his shadow self, and make a moral choice for good. To face this final challenge, he must use everything he has learned on his journey to become a better version of himself.
If not, then he will self-destruct, becoming a tragic hero or a villain.How to Write a Good & Effective Artist Biography.
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This could be its own blog post (check out – 23 Things to Talk About In Your Artist Newsletter and 7 Email Marketing Scripts). There are so many things you can write about. There are so many things you can write about.
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More than what you share on your blog, make your newsletter a personal connection with your fans. Write it as if you are speaking to one specific fan, and you’ll notice that people are .