Personality tests allow you to figure out the type of person you are, and if you're an Enneagram 3, you’re also known as The Achiever. It can be difficult for Enneagram 3s to rest because they constantly feel the need to do something "worthwhile" and are afraid of "being worthless," but don’t fear because the following books will teach you how to relax.
“Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle” by sisters Emily and Amelia Nagoski want to teach others how to escape the burnout cycle. They took a scientific approach to soothing your biological stress cycle, because realistically your body can only handle so much stress until the body shuts down, which Amelia experienced firsthand.
“Hustle & Float: Reclaim Your Creativity and Thrive in a World Obsessed with Work” by Rahaf Harfoush teaches you how to maintain and balance creativity even when you are trying to hustle and be productive. He writes, “Our culture has become obsessed with hustling,” which can lead to our creativity being stolen from us.
"How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy," by Jenny Odell argues that the little “free time” Enneagram 3s do have should be used to pay attention to something other than a to-do list. Odell’s book teaches you how to “win back your life,” and that even when unproductive, you're valuable, and in some ways, maybe even more so.