Sevens with an Eight Wing
Sevens with an Eight wing can be marvelously exuberant, cheerful, and friendly. They can be also be assertive, competitive, bold, confrontational, and aggressive. When a lust for intensity and gluttony combine, Sevens with an Eight wing are often prone to chemical addiction. Sevens with a Eight wing mask their fear by meeting it head on. Luckily, they're not intent on mowing you down like Eights, but they can still make your heart quiver if they're directing anger toward you.
Sevens with an Eight wing care more about having a good time than amassing power, but they do like accumulating nice things to spice up their lives. And one needs money to buy fancy clothes, cars, houses, so Sevens with an Eight wing are ambitious and hardworking. It's just that they have another side — a playful side.
According to The Enneagram Movie and Video Guide, examples of Sevens with an Eight wing include Michael Caine, George Clooney, Francis Ford Coppola, Cary Grant, Tom Hanks, Jack Nicholson, and Barbra Streisand. Movie roles that depict Sevens with an Eight wing include Jeff Bridges in Tucker, Ray Liotta in Good Fellows, Jack Nicholson in Batman, and Roy Schneider in All That Jazz.
Sevens' joie de vivre combined with an Eight's powerful focus makes them multitalented, dynamic, inventive, and fascinating. They can be visionary, full of bright ideas and the energy to bring them to fruition.
If they're pathological, however, they are frequently narcissistic and demanding. The world revolves around them and their immediate needs, which they expect to be fulfilled immediately.