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Which MBTI personality type is Chariots of Fire?
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TYPE 9: THE MEDIATOR Balanced at the top of the Enneagram, Nines are the most basic or undistorted personality type. People of this type come in all shapes and sizes, but they share a common problem with inertia or momentum. Whether they are lazy in the traditional sense or hard workers continually on the move, Nines have a problem with priorities and find it difficult to change directions or shift attention to what is most important. They are self forgetful, meaning they forget their own agenda. Nines excel at seeing all points of view, so while it might be difficult for them to make personal decisions, they can be excellent mediators and peacemakers for others. Nines seek harmony in their environment. They are body-based types, with a strong sense of gut-level knowing, although paradoxically, they can be out of touch with their bodies in other ways. • Strengths: Balanced, accepting, harmonious • Problems: Stubborn, ambivalent, conflict avoidant • Speaking style: Inclusive and welcoming at their best, Nines may have trouble getting to the point. They can be linear and controlled, or quite scattered. • Lower emotional habit: Laziness of attention, or heedlessness, makes it hard for them to face priorities or conflict • Higher emotion: Right action, which is the willingness to do what needs to be done and take care of oneself in the process • Archetypal challenge: Waking up to priorities in the present moment, integrating harmony with conflict
Two British runners, one a Jew and a otr Christian, compete in a 1924 Olympics. film was nominated for seven Academy Awards, attainning four including Best Picture.
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It was a first major feature film directed by Hugh Hudson, whose work gained him an Academy Award nomination for Best Director.