In the world of Human Design, the 3/6 profile is a unique combination of roles—the Martyr and the Role Model. If you have this profile understanding how you operate in the world of business can offer valuable insights for both you and those around you
Introduction to the 3/6 profile
The 3/6 profile is the martyr/role model. For you trial and error bring out your wisdom. You are designed to gather new experiences. All 6th lines have a three part life process. During your first 30 years you operate as a 3, deeply involved in experiencing life, jumping from one experience to the next. From the age of 30-50 you take a break to observe life and process all that you've learnt but there's always a pull to re-engage with life because that's what the 3 does! At stage 3 you re-engage with life fully with a unique perspective. Trust and perfection are issues for you.When you have trust you feel secure. There may be pessimism for you when you engage in your messy trial and error process (this comes from the 3rd line) and you perceive that things didn't work out. Remember there are no mistakes! Yet the 6th line wants to maintain an optimistic attitude, you may swing between the two. The 3/6 needs time alone to be self absorbed form time to time, give yourself space to do this.
Best Jobs for the 3/6 Profile:
The 3/6 profile excels in strategic thinking and long-term planning. Roles that require creating and implementing effective strategies suit them well.
With your innate ability to learn from experiences, individuals with a 3/6 profile make excellent life coaches or mentors, guiding others through their personal and professional journeys.
Your knack for managing projects and navigating the twists and turns aligns perfectly with project management roles where adaptability and foresight are key.
Best Colleagues for the 3/6 Profile:
Colleagues who share a collaborative vision and appreciate the 3/6 profile's strategic insights create a harmonious working environment.
Individuals who understand the 3/6's need for time to process and reflect, as well as their trial and error process, providing a patient and supportive atmosphere, contribute to a thriving team dynamic.
Best Working Strategy for the 3/6 Profile:
Strategic Planning and Reflection:
Utilize their natural ability for strategic planning, but allow time for reflection. The 3/6 profile benefits from periods of quiet contemplation to integrate their experiences.
Balancing Learning and Doing:
Embrace the balance between learning from experiences (the 3rd line) and taking on a defined role (the 6th line). This duality allows them to contribute effectively in both evolving and established situations.
Selling Services Effectively:
Share personal stories and experiences authentically. The 3/6 profile resonates with authenticity, and potential clients appreciate genuine narratives. Especially if you have one or more of the storytelling gates.
Showcase expertise and the ability to learn from various situations. Clients are drawn to the 3/6 profile's depth of knowledge and strategic approach.
Build patient and enduring relationships with clients. The 3/6 profile thrives in connections where clients understand the value of the journey and the expertise being offered. The 3/6 makes and breaks bonds.