Our identity is precious, and therefore demands defending. But sometimes we end up defending the wrong thing. Jesse and Lindsey are again joined by Enneagram coach Lisa Vischer to talk about the specific tactics we use to defend our false Ego Identity. Lisa first walks through each Type's Defense Mechanism, and then gives each Type a specific question to help move out of defense and into resting in our true identity in Christ. Lisa and Lindsey also face off in Your Worst Nightmare, where Lisa shocks everyone with her views on potluck dinners. Then everyone answers listener questions about Defense Mechanisms. This episode is part 2 of 2. Hear the first part of the conversation in Episode #60.
Will Acuff and Shana Berekely are here today to talk to us about Corner to Corner. Corner to Corner was founded by Will and Tiffany Acuff in 2011. Based on their core belief that Jesus calls us to love our neighbors in the same way we love ourselves, Will and Tiffany sought to create a faith-based nonprofit that focused on seeing neighbors flourish on their own terms. Over the last 10 years Corner to Corner has centered their work on Educational and Economic equity grounded in the love of Christ. Since those early days they have seen the work go from their house, to the neighborhood, and ultimately to the entire city of Nashville. Will is an Enneagram 8, and Shana is an Enneagram 2- we'll get to hear how they experience starting and leading a non-profit, according to their type. Connect with Corner to Corner: To give: yourenneagramcoach.com/givingtuesday Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cornertocorner/ Email: Will@cornertocorner.org cornertocorner.org theacademynashville.org Subscribe to our new YouTube Channel Follow Your Enneagram Coach on all the socials: Facebook Instagram Twitter You Tube Show Credits: Music by Sleeping at Last Edited and Produced by Angie Elkins Media
Vrin Rao, Enneagram Coach and Meditation Teacher, joins Sydney for a conversation on finding joy in uncertainty and how we can use the Enneagram to navigate uncertainty in our lives. We dive into why we haven't been taught how to manage and sit in uncertainty, and the power of holding opposites, and the connection between uncertainty, control, and compassion. Vrin shares the three centers of intelligence in the Enneagram, how we can begin to reframe uncertainty as mystery, why joy can come from uncertainty, and so much more! This episode originally aired on April 27, 2021 and we can't wait to share it with you again! To connect with Vrin visit her website www.illuminate.nyc and on Instagram @illuminate.nyc you can find her Free Intention Setting Template here and coming soon! Enneagram Meditations: Get on the waitlist for this four week online course where we will be exploring the Enneagram energies through meditation, journaling, intention setting and prompts here Links & Sponsors: Thank you to today's sponsor, Better Help. We want you to be able to live a happier, more joyful, and ease filled life, and I'm excited to share that as a listener of Seek The Joy Podcast, you will you get 10% off your first month by going to betterhelp.com/seekthejoy. Seek The Joy MERCH is here! Check out our fav new designs here Subscribe to our Newsletter! seekthejoypodcast.com/subscribe. You won't regret it.
While Sarajane is spending this quarter writing her next book, she will be sharing her personal favorite episodes from this last year. We don't typically associate our enneagram type with productivity, but each of us has developed mechanisms to support our worldview that often limit our ability to get our work out into the world. In today's replay episode, Sarajane talks about the Enneagram using the lens of empathy. Call/text your enneagram questions to (828) 338-9127 Grab a copy of my book at www.thehonestenneagram.com Join us in making the most of your time this year at www.thebravecollective.co Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Barbara Schreihans loves being a driven, goal-oriented Enneagram 3. But she doesn't advertise her accomplishments overtly like a typical Achiever.So, why is Barbara's 3-ness expressed differently? How does her dominant subtype impact the way her need for significance presents itself in the world?Barbara is the Tax Strategist behind Your Tax Coach, a boutique tax accountancy for US-based entrepreneurs and online business owners who want to save money on their taxes. On this episode of The Leadership Formula, Barbara shares her experience of growing up with parents who were addicts, and we explore how that uncertainty informs her instinctual response to life.I explain how self-preservation subtypes like Barbara look different from typical 3s and describe how her strong 2 wing translates into genuine care for her clients.Listen in to understand how recognizing her stress number 9 helps Barbara delegate responsibilities, honor her health and avoid the burnout typical of the Enneagram 3. What You Will Learn Barbara's experience of growing up with parents who were addictsHow Barbara's parents' spending habits inform the work she does today Barbara's challenges around communicating her feelingsThe pros and cons of a 3-8 combo like Barbara and her husbandHow self-preservation subtypes like Barbara look different from typical 3sWhy Barbara dislikes advertising her accomplishments overtlyThe Enneagram 3's gifts for efficiency, resourcefulness and adaptabilityHow Barbara's strong 2 wing translates into genuine care for her clientsHow Barbara's work as a tax strategist leverages her growth number 6How understanding her stress number 9 helps Barbara honor her healthConnect with BarbaraYour Tax Coach:https://www.yourtaxcoach.biz/Your Tax Coach on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/yourtaxcoach/?hl=enYour Tax Coach on TikTok:https://firstname.lastname@example.org?Connect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/ResourcesApply for My 1:1 Coaching Program:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Book an Enneagram Experience Bundle:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Book an Enneagram Kickstart Session:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/
As we get closer and closer to the end of the year, "goal setting" becomes a popular buzzword in the creative industry (and beyond). I'm a huge fan of goals so I wanted to share how I set goals in my business each year. Whether you love goals like me or would rather not set something, join me on this week's episode. These tips might surprise you! But, before we dive into all of that though, I want to share my new FREE guide with you: http://www.Rebeccaricephoto.com/3K-minis (My $3K Mini Sessions Blueprint.) It's a step-by-step guide of what to do to make $3,000 on your next mini sessions. Whether you've hit that goal before or just want to see if there's other ideas to try, grab this free guide. It's jam packed with tons of great information for you! Now let's jump back to goal setting for your business! How I Set Goals in My BusinessLike I said before, I'm a goal person. I'm an Enneagram 3 and I just love setting goals because of it. Checking off lists makes me happy and I think that kind of is the same thing for goals! So today, I wanted to give you an inside look at how I set goals in my business each year. So let's dive into it! The Tools I Use for Goal SettingEach year, I set yearly goals which are 2 or 3 overarching goals I have for that year. Then I also set quarterly goals. I do that each quarter at a time. So, I'll set my yearly goals and Q1 goals in January. There's prep work involved in setting goals. You don't just sit down and decide what to do. Look at what's been happening, what worked well and what didn't. I love the system that Lara Casey teaches with her PowerSheets! They break down the whole process so it's less overwhelming and I truly do see results year after year. In addition to PowerSheets, I use Kat Schmoyer's printable calendars. She has a quarterly printable calendar and I love printing it, framing it, and using my dry erase markers on it each quarter. I think it really helps me break down my quarterly goal into smaller, reasonable chunks of focus. PS. We did a whole interview about https://rebeccaricephoto.com/2021/04/05/quarterly-planning-tips-with-kat-schmoyer/ (how to plan quarterly for your business) - make sure you take a look, she's literally the Calendar Queen! When I sit down and go through my goals, I make sure to update everything at once so I'm ready to start tackling goals. How to Set Your GoalsWhen it comes to actually setting goals, I use a system called SMART goals. It stands for smart, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-based goals. These are the lenses I look through when setting my goals each year and quarter. Basically, you want to make sure that the goals you set actually matter for your business and are measurable - this will vary goal to goal. But you want to make sure that you can actually SEE progress. Remember your season of life while planning your goals, too. That's something I think many of us forget. Attainable and realistic mean two different things depending on your season of life. And remember, you can always refresh or change your goals too! One of the biggest lessons I've learned about goal setting is to be flexible. Each quarter, I take a look at what happened and what's ahead. This helps me refresh my goals. You shouldn't feel like you're stuck with the same goals all year long. It's actually why I don't like New Year's resolutions - they aren't flexible! Be flexible and kind to yourself. That's a quick overview of how I set goals each year and quarter! I want to hear what goals you've set and how you lay them out for yourself! Are you using Power Sheets or a calendar? Or just a list somewhere? Now is the perfect time to sit down and decide what's on your goal list for 2022! What do you want to feel this time next year and how are you going to get there? You've got this!!! Links Mentionedhttp://www.Rebeccaricephoto.com/3K-minis (+ My $3K Mini Sessions Blueprint)...
I'm so excited to introduce to you a new friend with a passion to change the world one gift at a time. Kelsey Waliszewski is the founder of MOiMoi market- an online shopping site that helps us fight human trafficking in style! Not only are we going to chat about how to maximize our impact this holiday season, but also an amazing story about whales because of her other full-time job- a tour guide in Hawaii.Helpful links: Our conversation on the Talking Story PodcastLittle Gray's Altruistic AdventureTalking Story Podcast episode about Kelsey's favorite Christmas carol Shop in style for a worthy cause! https://moimoimarket.comShare your fashion finds or little readers of Little Gray on Instagram: tag Kelsey's Moi Moi Market page and the Wholehearted Enneagram community!Are you struggling to find that perfect gift? Do you wonder why their list looks so crazy different from yours? Well, wonder no more because I've created the Enneagram Gift Giving Guide created with you in mind. Get the free guide plus bonus gift tags at www.simplywholehearted.com/enneagram-gift-guide.
This season is all about the Enneagram and work! In this episode, Hanna & Monica talk to Elizabeth Gillette MSW, LCSW owner of Heirloom Counseling. A Social 2, she shares her expertise on attachment styles and explores how she's used to Enneagram to work through her own relationship healing. Love the podcast? We would LOVE if you help us grow and leave a review! . . Keep up with us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/empoweredenneagram/ . https://empoweredenneagram.com/ . Our Guest Elizabeth Gillette MSW, LCSW www.heirloomcounseling.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I'm currently reading Ryan Holiday's Courage is Calling, and he talked about a writer, Varlam Shalamov, who, in the 1930s, was sentenced to hard labor in a Soviet gulag. This passage stood out at me:“There he was in one of the darkest places a human could be, and what did he find? He found deep insight into the human condition. “I discovered that the world should be divided not into good and bad people but into cowards and non-cowards,” he wrote. “Ninety-five percent of cowards are capable of the vilest things, lethal things, at the mildest threat.”When we ask about courage, we are thinking about it precisely wrong. It's not our question to ask. For it is we who are being asked the question.”We live in an age of cowards. Of people going along with the crowd because it's the easy thing to do. It feels safer to throw stones at the other side than it does to stand for something positive and hopeful. There's risk in questioning things and seeking other perspectives, whereas joining in the mob costs us nothing (except perhaps our character).But maybe things have always been this way. It's still difficult for most people to wrap their minds around the Holocaust, how so many people just went along with it. The more I learn about psychology, the more I understand how it happened, but it doesn't make the lack of courage any more appalling. As a kid learning about WWII, I had no doubt in my mind that I would have done the right thing had I been in Germany at that time. I'm less sure now that I'm older but I hope I would have acted like a man I learned about when visiting Berlin's Topography of Terror. In a black and white photo at this museum, I saw a crowd of mostly men raising their arms in the nazi salute but one man did not join them.Caption to this photo: “Conformity and refusal: Spectators and workers of the Blohm & Voss shipyards during the singing of the national anthem and the Horst Wessel Song following the ‘Fuhrer's address' given by Adolf Hitler on the occasion of the launch of the German Navy training ship ‘Horst Wessel' Hamburg, June 13, 1936. While all those present raise their right arms in the obligatory ‘German salute' one man refuses and crosses his arms. We have varying, sometimes conflicting, information on the identity of this brave non-conformist. His name was probably August Landmesser.” Wow. Can you imagine yourself doing the same? Really think about that now and how courage plays out in your own life. How often do you stay silent or go along with the crowd because it feels better than standing apart?Courage doesn't have to be as grand as being part of the nazi resistance. It can be as small as offering to help a stranger on the sidewalk. In your mind, you might debate, “Well, do they really need my help? Would I offend them if I offered to open the door for them?” And you might really worry about offending them, but you're likely also worried, maybe more so, that they would make you feel bad if they took offense to your offer.Courage is about stretching out of your comfort zone and doing the right thing. You won't always get congratulated for that, but, when it comes to helping people out, they are almost always appreciative of kind gestures.This episode discusses what courage is anIt's not super easy for U.S. citizens to get visas to live and work abroad (and the U.S. gov doesn't make it easy for people to come in either). But millions of Americans have figured out how to create a life overseas, and so can you.Here's my cheat sheet of the nine easiest countries to move to from the U.S.https://www.sarahmikutel.com/countryguide
A few months ago I sat down with my friend Tracy Brunet of The Impact Farming Show. We talked about my podcast, the Enneagram, and all things mental health in ag. I wanted to share that special conversation with you guys and want you to head on over and check out Tracy on her website https://www.farmmarketer.com/
According to the Enneagram, each of the nine personality types is defined by a particular core belief about how the world works. This core belief drives your deepest motivations and fears and shapes how you see the world and the people around you. Erin Baute of Living the Enneagram discusses how the enneagram acts as a guide for each of us on our trek through life, and it can help create a map where we get to choose what serves us best at any given moment.
Today's episode we continue to learn the different personality frameworks. We have talked a lot about Enneagram, so I thought we could bring another expert on our show who helps us use another personality tool to navigate and understand some of our basic designs. Today, Wendy Gossett- Family and Child Temperament Coach, joins me to share her immense knowledge and understanding of Carl Jung's- 8 psychological brain functions. Do you look at your children and wonder what makes them tick? Or maybe you parent one child in a specific way but it doesn't work for another child. I know for me discovering each of my children's personality type was so helpful in the process of understanding their hearts. To take Wendy's free personality test online, click here. https://wendygossett.com/ Wendy Gossett's "Your Child's Inner Drive" book
So what is your type, and which types would you Bang, Marry, or Kill?Heart 2,3,4Head 5,6,7Body 1,8,9Reactive 4,6,8Positive Outlook 2,7,9Competency 1,3,5Withdrawn 4,5,9Aggressive 3,7,8Compliant 1,2,6Attachment 3,6,9Frustration 1,4,7Rejection 2,5,8Tweet or Email Us:@EnneathingGoesEnneathingGoes@gmail.comSupport the show (https://t.co/FsTVo03g30)
Today I invite you to listen in and be inspired by my guest, Juli Wenger the founder of Called and Courageous and Host of Becoming Ourselves Podcast. Juli shares how she jumped from a half a million Real Estate career to becoming a coach and speaker. Her journey in stepping into her purpose confidently and successfully will enlight anyone who listens and implements her tools for living a powerful life without regrets for what could have been. Reach out to her and listen to her podcast by connecting: https://www.juliwenger.com/ and https://www.instagram.com/juliwenger/
This has been the year of the Enneagram for Complete Developer Podcast. You learned about reformist ones, individualist fours, loyalist sixes, or peacemaking nines, you've heard about all the types and their variants. But how do you use this information? Read more › The post Enneagram Wrap Up appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
When you're dealing with people of different Enneagram types who don't think the way you do, it's easy to go full-on Judge Judy and decide you'll never understand how they operate. But what if learning about the gifts of each Enneagram type could help you appreciate their strengths and be THANKFUL for what we all bring to the table? What if knowing your type could help you cultivate gratitude for what you do well and maybe even have more compassion for yourself this holiday season?On this episode of The Leadership Formula, I explain why I'm grateful for the Enneagram 1's integrity, the 2's warm heart and the 3's work ethic.I describe what I admire about the 4's ability to hold space emotionally, the 5's inventiveness and objectivity and the 6's gift for making collaboration fun.Listen in and learn to appreciate the Enneagram 7's enthusiasm, the 8's decisiveness and the 9's capacity to make everyone feel included. What You Will Learn How 1s operate at the highest of integrity and raise the standards for all of usWhy I appreciate the 2's warm heart and commitment to relationshipsWhat I admire about the Enneagram 3's ambition, resourcefulness and work ethicHow 4s hold space emotionally better than anyone else on the EnneagramThe 5's gift for becoming an expert at anything that excites themHow Enneagram 6s work well with others and make collaboration funWhy I'm grateful for the Enneagram 7's innocence, enthusiasm and optimismThe 8's willingness to stand up for those who can't protect themselvesHow Enneagram 9s see the bigger picture and make everyone feel includedConnect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/Resources Book an Enneagram Kickstarter Session [Discount Code THANKFUL10]:https://th400.infusionsoft.app/app/manageCart/showManageOrderBook an Enneagram Experience Bundle [Discount Code THANKFUL10]:https://th400.infusionsoft.app/app/manageCart/showManageOrderApply for 1:1 Coaching:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/
Have you ever stopped to ask yourself, “What if the story I tell myself and others about who I am and who I'm becoming isn't true?” As children, we all construct stories, or narratives, to help make sense of our environment. These childhood interpretations set in motion the patterns of behavior that shape our personality…or how we show up for life. But, when you can understand the false story around which you have organized your life, then you can begin to play with that story a bit to find your true story. And, though you can't change the facts of what has happened in your life, you can change the way you interpret them. The truth is, that if you want to experience enduring transformation, you have to discover your false story, decouple yourself from it and begin to live the truth of your new story. In today's episode, we'll walk through the false “stories” that each Enneagram type needs to let go of in order to allow your true self to emerge.
Kirsty Spence combines her expertise as a Certified Integral Coach and Certified Enneagram Teacher to map the growth process toward more holistic, integrated living. Kirsty illustrates the energy, enthusiasm and joy of the Enneagram 7 structure, at the same time demonstrating the brilliance and depth that 7s gift to the world. Kirsty's career is in education, serving as a Administrator/Professor at a university in Canada.
Jamie currently is the Publisher/Market President of the Cincinnati Business Courier and has held that position since February 2011. He was previously Director of Advertising with the Courier since 2003. Jamie has over 35 years of media experience. After graduating from the University of Kentucky with a degree in marketing he was an account executive for The Recorder Newspapers of Northern Kentucky and spent 11 years in sales management with The Cincinnati Enquirer. Jamie moved to the Clifton Heights 9 years ago after living 27 years in the Northern Kentucky neighborhood of Fort Thomas. He has three children: Michael 33 – doctor in Louisville, KY; Tyler 30– an architect in New York City and Mackenzie 25– an occupational therapist in Brooklyn, NY. He has two grandsons. Jamie serves on the board of directors for the Cincinnati's Flying Pig Marathon serving on the executive board. He also sits on the Board of Directors for the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and sits on the board of advisors for the Redi Cincinnati. Jamie was a 2010 graduate of the Leadership Development program sponsored by the Courier's parent company “American City Business Journals” and a 2013 graduate of Leadership Cincinnati Class 36 sponsored by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.
Owner of @BlazekidsWear - @TonieChristine - and @theoverlookleavenworth Tonie Christine is the ultimate MULTIPLE INCOME STREAM MAMA!! I could've chatted with her for hours, but since we are both Enneagram 3's, I got right to the point with my questions - lol! We talked about her start as an entrepreneur; how she weathered the storm when Covid hit; the risk of starting a clothing line; how her husband and her navigate the money talk and how their Airbnb developed into a full-time income within the first year! I know you're going to LOVE this convo, Sister Friend! Be sure to follow @toniechristine on IG and give us a shout out when you listen!
Show notes: We went from two strangers who met on the internet to best friends and business partners. You can't argue that we get along and understand each other really well. But what makes us tick? Who are we, really? Well, you're in luck with today's episode. We're giving you the inside scoop on our personalities - everything from the Enneagram to astrological signs to Myers Briggs personality types and more. Related Links: Books mentioned*: The Summer Guest by Justin Cronin In Five Years by Rebecca Serle Also mentioned: Myers Briggs Type Indicator Enneagram High 5 strengths test Birth order theory Astrological signs “Personality” song by Lloyd Price * The books noted above contain affiliate links. This means that we may get a small kickback if you purchase through our links, at no additional cost to you. Click here to join our brand new Patreon to get extra bookish goodies like bonus episodes, end of year rating guides, book club, and more!
Ian Morgan Cron is a champion of the Enneagram, awakener of people, and bestselling author of the popular Enneagram book, The Road Back to You. As a pioneer in the contemporary Enneagram movement, Ian is a highly sought-after speaker for large conferences and corporate boardrooms alike. www.ianmorgancron.com www.jjheller.com/podcast
The Giver, The Challenger, The Peacemaker, The Individualist. Are these the latest Marvel superheroes? Nope. They're some of the types of the Enneagram personality test. In this episode, the Core4 takes an online Enneagram test (only the most official) and then go over their results. We try to guess each others' types and have a lot of fun in the process. Whether you swear by the Enneagram or not, it definitely helps you discover some things about yourself and the people that you're closest to. If you'd like to take the test or see what the different Enneagram types are, here are some helpful links: Enneagram Types The Enneagram test we took --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to the Enneagram Mini Series! I recorded this for Christmas 2020 for my friends Billy and Brandy over at the Beta Male Revolution Podcast, so I NEEDED to gift them to you myself! // Don't forget to leave a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! / Follow Table For 9 on Instagram @tablefor9coaching / Visit our website www.tablefor9coaching.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tablefor9/support
Back by popular demand...Happy Thanksgiving, U.S. listeners! This year about 54 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles during Thanksgiving, and most of these people will be driving, estimates AAA. However, it's a myth that the day before Thanksgiving is the busiest travel day of the year (that honor actually goes to several weekends throughout the summer). But that's not the only Thanksgiving myth out there. Don't worry, this episode is not about tearing down this revered holiday. Spoiler: Thanksgiving really is a tradition rooted in gratitude and peace. But it's also a holiday full of surprises that most people don't know about, which is why I'm happy to share today's interview with Melanie Kirkpatrick, author of Thanksgiving: The Holiday at the Heart of the American Experience.We discuss the history of this very American tradition, including why the Pilgrims really came to the New World (it wasn't to flee religious persecution, if that's what you're thinking).Wherever you're from, this week I hope you enjoy good food in great company. ❤️Hello! I'm your host, Sarah Mikutel. But the real question is, who are you? Where are you now and where do you want to be? Can I help you get there?Visit sarahmikutel.com to learn how we can work together to help you achieve more peace, happiness, and positive transformation in your life.Book your Enneagram typing session by going to sarahmikutel.com/typingsessionBlack Friday has come early! Or maybe it's an early Cyber Monday. Or, Small Business Saturday. However you like to shop, Podcast Launch Academy is on sale for three days. Enjoy! Enroll in Podcast Launch Academy today and save more than 75%.
Ming Shelby is the host of Courage Up podcast, TedX speaker, educator, and an enneagram 7 (but wanna be 8). She helps thousands move from comfort to courage to take risks, be open, and live boldly (like no one has lived before). Ming is dedicated to her career to inspire students, teachers, and administrators through positive learning experiences and believes that courage is the critical ingredient for personal transformation. Tune in and find out why Ming wants to be an enneagram 8 so badly, what song is her courage song, and her explanation of what kids vs. cattle really means.You can find Ming Shelby at mingshelby.com, on Instagram @mingshelby and where ever you listen to podcasts. Listen to Ming's TedX Talk "Build a Heard Mentality" and "How Do You Teach Courage?"Ming's book recommendations:Strengths Finder - Don CliftonUpstream: The Quest To Solve Problems Before They Happen - Dan Heath Listen to Ming's favorite episodes of The Courage Up:Leap with Confidence and Build Wealth with Dr. Hans BoatengMaster the Art of Connecting with Lou DiamondHow to Leverage Your Strengths with Jana GregorekTo learn more about The Enneagram, visit The Enneagram Institute.We love our listeners and want to hear from you! Send us your feedback at email@example.com or leave a voicemail message at our PodInbox.Become one with your sarcasm and SUBSCRIBE wherever you listen to podcasts!Subscribe to Women Who Podcast magazine at womenwhopodcastmag.com.Follow us on social media @womenwhosarcast and @womenwhopodcastmagazine!Become part of our sarcastic community and join us on Patreon.
Today I have the honor of sharing this incredible conversation with you. I brought on a life coach expert, Becky Clabaugh! To put it simple and in short, "Stress makes you stupid," is something Becky states often and in this entire episode she walks us through what stress is doing to our mind and body. As humans, we can't always escape stress and we don't have to. But what's dangerous is when we become a slave to stress and have no idea how to handle or manage it in order to empower us. Becky walks us through step by step of how to leverage stress in your life for empowerment rather than shutting you down. I can't wait for you to tune in! Learn more about Becky below! https://www.beckyclabaugh.com/ www.callieammons.com
For those of us in America, we know this Thanksgiving week boils down to two realities: Turkey Thankfulness As we gather with people we love most dearly in the whole world and with people who drive us crazy and hurt our feelings, and we break bread and carve a turkey, and share what we are thankful for, let us know deep in our bones that what we are doing -- this act of gathering and eating with people made in the image of God -- is the gospel of grace. Grace is God's gift to us in the person of Jesus, who understands our humanity and comes alongside us to work on our behalf. When you gather in community and when you listen with sacred attention, you receive grace. You live grace. You proclaim the gospel of grace. When you eat with thankfulness, you enjoy the food, delight in the flavors and traditions and memories as a means of celebration and connection and rest, and you receive grace. You live grace. You proclaim the gospel of grace. We care for each other through food. We love each other by gathering together. We become healed and whole in relationship. We celebrate who we are becoming as we sit at a table. We give thanks for what the Lord has done. Key Quotes God will delight and laugh and cherish the time we spend with heads bowed, hands clasped, bellies full, and hearts thankful to Him who provides all, from whom all blessings flow, and who gives all good gifts. God made you for this: for a table, for community, for relishing all the flavors He created, and to taste and see and sit with the goodness of the gospel of grace. Mentioned in the Podcast Valerie Griffin Rebekah Fedrowitz Sarah E. Westfall Previous Podcast Episodes Mentioned #38: Real-life grace for the Enneagram Four with Sarah E. Westfall #75: Hormones + Grace: Let's get real #89: Reduce Christmas stress with these sanity-saving tips customized for your Enneagram type #90: When all doesn't feel merry + bright [Holiday Series] #91: How to slow down without opting out with Jodi Grubbs [Holiday Series] Here's how to connect with Jill Website GraceInRealLifePodcast.com Instagram Facebook group Facebook page Subscribe to Jill's weekly “the good + the grace” email
When we discover our own perspectives and our children's, we can begin to implement tools to help speak to the heart of our kids. Living wholeheartedly means we have to work on our own healing so we can help our children. As Sarah says in the interview, the amount of healing we do is equal to the amount of growth our children are able to seek. Helping kids through the parents is Sarah's heart. Sarah Waxman, a Certified Enneagram Coach, Author of upcoming book- The Student Enneagram. She is a speaker, mentor, and encourager to parents & teachers to apply the Enneagram at home & at school. Sarah joins me today to share how we can utilize the Enneagram in our lives whether we are in the midst of parenting and/or a teacher with a classroom of unique children with individual personalities. Interested in figuring out your type? I loved my session with Sarah and finally figured out my Enneagram number!! Head to her website to schedule your typing session and download Sarah's free PDF head here. Find out more about Sarah on social media @TheSarahWaxman Music by "First Light" By Half Measure www.kristinfieldschadwick.com
Getting together with immediate and extended family for the holidays often comes with a certain amount of drama. And even for those of us with healthy boundaries, the season can be triggering.But you can leverage the framework of the Enneagram to show up with integrity. To be a strong and elegant leader in your family—even in the midst of chaos.On this episode of The Leadership Formula, I describe the challenges that come with being a leader in your family and explain how knowing what motivates your partner, parents and children can help you lead more effectively.I weigh in on what it looks like to lead by example and live in integrity (no matter how your relatives might react) and discuss the questions to ask before you offer feedback to a family member.Listen in for insight on overcoming unhealthy family conditioning and learn how to make those around you better by honoring yourself this holiday season. What You Will Learn The challenges that come with being a leader in your familyHow the holidays can be a triggering season of drama, chaos or griefThe benefit of understanding the Enneagram types of your familyThe 3 centers of intelligence in the Enneagram frameworkHow to avoid triggering your inner circle by understanding their motives and fearsWhat questions to ask before you try to help a family memberWhat it looks like to live in integrity (and how your family might react)Why it's so difficult to outrun our conditioning and beliefsHow to recognize codependence and break the pattern in your familyConnect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/Resources Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself by Melody Beattle: https://www.amazon.com/Codependent-No-More-Controlling-Yourself/dp/0894864025Book an Enneagram Kickstarter Session [Discount Code THANKFUL10]:https://th400.infusionsoft.app/app/manageCart/showManageOrderAccess the Enneagram Experience Bundle [Discount Code THANKFUL10]:https://th400.infusionsoft.app/app/manageCart/showManageOrderApply for 1:1 Coaching:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/
We're thankful - for you. Our community. For the power of womenhood, in one woman and the collective. This episode "Thankfulness in Celebration" is unique. Celebrating our podcast's one year anniversary, this episode highlights wisdom, strength and courage womenhood represents. Listen in to celebrate alongside us and to hear meaningful tidbits from episodes past.
In Partnership w Justin Ervin from @habitualroots The 8 Dimensions of Wellness Series continues w Episode #3 covering Social Wellness featuring Mia Rose Voss. Listen in on Part 2 as we unpack social media detoxing, personality tests like Enneagram, Myers-Briggs, Four Tendencies & Human Design. Support the Show: 15% off every order of Strong Coffee Company 10% off every order of Cured CBD Additional Resources: The Power of Moments The Road Back to You
In part 2 of my Personality Test Adventures I'm heading down the path of the Enneagram, the darling of Christian Instagram. DISCLAIMER Colorful words may be used. don't be alarmed. NEWSLETTER https://view.flodesk.com/pages/61525a85337f1c2aacf52f6d Etsy Shop is open! https://www.etsy.com/shop/CGBPrints FIND ME ON ALL THE THINGS Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/cindyguentertbaldo YouTube - https://youtube.com/c/CindyGuentertBaldo Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/llamaletters/ Discord - https://discord.gg/Rwpp7Ww Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/llamaletters/ Website - www.cindyguentertbaldo.com STUFF I MENTIONED DISC Episode - https://uncuratedlife.libsyn.com/133-my-first-personality-test-disc About the enneagram - https://www.enneagraminstitute.com/how-the-enneagram-system-works Test - https://www.enneagraminstitute.com/rheti Inquiries - firstname.lastname@example.org TRANSCRIPTION Well, hi there friends. Welcome back to the uncurated life podcast, where I take personality tests and tell you all about them for your amusement. That's not the only thing we do here, but that is a series that I started relatively recently. So this is the second episode. The first episode was the D I S C assessment. And I will link that in the show notes, if you would like to check it out and you haven't already, that was episode 1 33, but today we are going to be taking a look at the Darlene of Christian Instagram, the Enneagram test. Now here's the thing with personality tests. I'm generally skeptical about them, but enough people asked me to take them. That I decided to just do this for the amusement of the internet. So I promise I go into these tests with an open mind and I am not being snarky when I answered the questions and actually take the test. Even if I'm snarky. When I talk about the test, when I take it, I'm taking it seriously. You may not believe me, but I swear I am now before we get into the actual test, give me a moment to mention that my latest series series two of my fuckery flowers, which are my flagship art print. They're a beautiful flowers in botanicals. Mixed media paintings that I create prints out of, and they're realistic, but hidden within them as a naughty word. Fucking love them. I have a new series of 12 launching this coming Thursday, the 25th, the link is in the show notes and the shop is only going to be open until December 10th and then I'm going to shut it down for the holidays. So. Shipping does not bite us in the ass. So just be sure to check it out when you're able, there will be some bundles that will be limited edition showing up just for black Friday weekend, blah, blah, blah. Check it out. Let's get to the test. So what is the Enneagram? So from the website, Truity they say. The Enneagram is a system of personality typing that describes patterns in how people interpret the world and manage their emotions. The Enneagram describes nine personality types and maps. Each of these out on a nine pointed diagram, which helps to illustrate how. Relate to one another. The Enneagram is mostly used for personal self knowledge and personality development, offering a powerful tool for better understanding your core motivations and applying that knowledge to all areas of your life, including conflict resolution, team dynamics, leadership, and emotional intelligence, because it identifies opportunities for development for each individual type. It has become widely used in. Such as counseling psychotherapy, business development, parenting, and education and quote. So like the quote said there are nine types and I pulled these from the Enneagram institute.com note that they're highlights. They're not the full spectrum of each type. Just to give you an idea of each type. So type one is. A is principled purposeful, self controlled and a perfectionist type two is generous. Demonstrative people-pleasing and possessive type three is adaptable, excelling, driven, an image conscious type fours, expressive, dramatic self-absorbed and temperamental type five is perceptive innovative, secretive, and isolated. Type six is engaging responsible, anxious, and suspicious type seven is spontaneous, versatile acquisitive and scattered type eight is self-confident decisive, willful and confrontational type nine is receptive, reassuring, complacent, and resigned. So it's nine types. It's a whole bunch of information. If you want to read more, like I said, links will all be in the show notes. Now I said at the beginning, the Darlene of Christian Instagram now, well, the Enneagram is not rooted in Christianity in recent years. It has really taken root in a lot of the communities. The first time I attempted to take this test a couple of years ago, the free test I found was explicitly Christian. And I note right the fuck out of there because I'm not Christian. And. A ton of the books I've found on different Enneagram types are written from a Christian perspective, like devotionals for type threes or how to be a type three. And then they don't say that they're Christian, but then you look at them and they're pretty fucking Christian. It's not my jam dude. And so I'm not like in. The test I did find is science-based allegedly, what does it say? Science-based or scientifically validated force choice, personality test. Uh, it didn't seem to be Christian. When I looked at it, it costs $12. And according to the website takes about 40 minutes to complete. Now there are plenty of free tests out there. You just need to be careful if you're not somebody who wants to take one from a Christian perspective to just keep an eye out for that. And on top of that, a lot of them will give you information, but you gotta like give them your email to get the rest of it and blah, blah, blah. So just that, that's the point. The one I am taking is the. Test the Riso Hudson Enneagram type indicator routine version 2.5. And that is linked in the description. So. It says here that it has been independently scientifically validated rather than just indicating your basic type. It produces a full personality profile across all nine types, providing you a unique portrait relative indicating your relative strengths and weaknesses of the nine types within your overall personnel. All right. So that's the one I'm taking. I will pause you here and go take it. If you want to take one of the tests and do it with me, then post, we can post about it on Instagram stories, blah, blah, blah. But I'll be back. I'll be back. All right. So I am done with the test. It went pretty quickly for me. I wound up doing it about 20, 25 minutes, but I tend to read really quickly and I didn't hesitate. There were a couple where I think I read the question wrong. So I went back and was right about that and then answered it. So according to my results, my highest Enneagram type is two with seven being very close second. And then my lowest was type eight. So. I looked at this and two is the helper. Generally twos are caring, empathetic, warm, thoughtful, appreciative, generous, other oriented, tactile affectionate, well, intention and demonstrative. They get into conflict by being people pleasing, flattering, ingratiating, clingy, worried, possessive insincere, seductive self-important, and self deceptive. And at their best twos are encouraging, loving self nurturing. Constant joyous, humble, forgiving, gracious, and compassionate. So I see aspects of myself in this one, but I think that the second one, which is very close to the first. Is a little bit more me because I, one of the things I read about the Enneagram is that your original personality type is the way you like. It's something that's constant throughout your life. And I feel like a lot of the aspects of the two are things that I have developed through like working on myself, but seven, the enthusiastic, I read that one and I was like, Hmm. So sevens are excitable spontaneous, curious, optimistic, eager, outgoing, future oriented, adventurous variety, seeking quick and talkative. They get into conflicts by being scattered, distracted, restless, impatient thrill-seeking escapist, overextended, irresponsible, demanding, and excessive. And at their best, they are appreciative bountiful, thoughtful, accomplished, versatile, receptive, grateful content, quiet and passionate. Type seven exemplifies the desire for freedom and variety and for exploring the many rich experiences that life offers they're spontaneous and upbeat. They find life exhilarating that the kind of people who and see like this also in some ways like there's aspects of this that are very much me, but there are aspects that I'm not adventurous. And I don't feel my social calendar like. So there is that. Now one of the things I wanted to look at to see if maybe I could figure out which one of these I was, and I could see the, now I'm going to the third one, which was five, generally fives are focused, observant, curious, insightful expert studious. Complex perceptive, whimsical, profound unsentimental ex no, this isn't me as much either. I don't know you guys. I need to sit down and talk to Jesse about this and be like, which one it ma, but I feel like, Ooh, sorry about the odd by goodness, but I feel like seven. So I'm going to go to the personality dynamics and variations to see if I can kind of. Kinda hammer this out under stress. Seven goes to average one sevens value their spontaneity and tend to follow their impulses for better or for worse. As a result, they can become scattered in their attention and energy leaping from one idea to the next, from one activity to another. While this can be exciting. It often leaves seven's frustrated with themselves because they feel like they are not accomplishing as much as they would like to. At such times they begin to behave like average ones pulling in the reins on themselves and trying to get more organized and self controlled. But because they are trying to impose order and control on themselves, they begin to feel trapped and restricted. This just makes them more frustrated, impatient, and irritable. They may, for instance, become critical of their own creativity. Creative. Before they have had a chance to develop them. Similarly, they cannot avoid feeling disappointment with people and aspects of their environment. Nothing meets their expectations and they can become harsh and perfectionistic be critical with themselves. And with others, see that that is fucking like razor sharp. Security seven goes to an average five sevens often feel it is their duty to entertain others and keep their environment positive and exciting over time. This can be exhausting even for sevens, when they are tired of being on for everyone, they may choose to withdraw even from their intimates and seek seclusion. And noninterference, this can come as a shock to others. You've been out having fun with everyone else. Why are you so quiet and unavailable? They no longer want to put out energy for anyone else and can become almost obsessively focused and preoccupied. They can also be surprisingly withdrawn and isolated, like fives, their body language and aloof responses. Let others know they want space and privacy. They make no effort to entertain or energize others like fives. They retreat from contact and attempt to restore their energy. Again. This is very much me, the only real exception being this, being a shock to others. But I think it's because my family and my friends know me well enough to know that there are times where I am just like fucking no. Integration seven goes to healthy five, a sevens learned to relax and tolerate their uncomfortable feelings. More completely. They stop using their restless minds to distract themselves. Their minds become quiet, clear, and focused, allowing sevens to tap more deeply into their reserves of creativity and insight. They're able to prioritize not by imposing some arbitrary order on themselves, but by following their true interests and staying with them, thus, they become far more productive, satisfied. Satisfying as companions, their capacity to find connections and to synthesize information is not drawn off into tangents. They produce results and this gives them grounds for real confidence in themselves and in life. As they experienced the world more deeply, they find each moment fascinating, profound and regulatory. The idea of boredom becomes absurd as they savor the incredible mysteries of existence. See like, This I can totally get. And I, this is making me think I'm the seven, cause I'm going to look at the same things for two and I'm not going to read them completely like the resentment for two under stress. They, um, can't maintain their loving attitude and. They turn into like an egocentric controlling. I can be egocentric and dominating, but I don't turn into like an egocentric Dick. When I feel like my shit has been rejected. I tend to withdraw when my shit has been rejected. So I, this is I'm the opposite of this. I tend, I don't, they, what they're saying is that under stress twos tend to outburst aggressive, blah, blah, blah. And I tend to pull into myself with the security one. It says they may risk expressing their neediness and darker impulses. Again, that's not really me and the integration. Yeah. See, I think just looking at all of these things about the two, it also says. It's very possessive and like people pleasing. And that's not me. I'm not really sure how I got to that. But with seven, the relationship issues. So some relationship problems can include these becoming so involved with expressing their thoughts and ideas that they do not really listen to others. That would be me becoming impatient or critical of other slower pace. Just ask Jesse getting flighty or to seeking distractions. When important relationship challenges arise, fearing that others will not support them. If they're down or depressed, expecting the partner to provide gratification, entertainment, or support immediately on demand and being unwilling or very slow to make commitments. A lot of this very much resonates with me. And one of the things I will say that with some of those things, they have been problems for me in the past and having a really healthy relationship has helped mitigate some of those things. So I actually think that the seven might be the closest one to me, although the biggest part of seven, that is not me as I am not adventurous, like at all. So the other thing that usually happens with an Enneagram test is you might be able to know what your wing is. So it's the number that is the closest to your number on either side that you score the highest in. And for me, it would be six according to this. So let's take a look at that. Generally sixes are reliable, hardworking, organizing vigilant, dutiful, evaluating, persevering, cautious, anxious, believing, and doubting, conservative, and liberal six is get into conflicts by being pessimistic, defensive, evasive, negative worrying, doubtful negativistic, reactive, suspicious, and blaming, and at their best they're courageous cooperative disciplined, grounded, secure, faithful. Self-expressive funny and affectionate. And the relationship issues for a six are getting testing the other person to see if he or she is going to stay getting over committed, causing sixes, to feel pressured and taking advantage of clamming up and not expressing their feelings or venting. The stream of anxiety is alternating between feeling dependent and needy and feeling divided to find a rebellious like rain, hot or cold becoming suspicious. Doubting the Goodwill of others towards them and blaming people for their own anxieties. And there's a lot here. I can resonate as well. Although not as much as with a seven. Um, the other thing that I can see here is that here, for example, security, when six is feel secure, they begin to deal with stress by simply shutting down and becoming indifferent to their surroundings. So like there are aspects of this. So if I was going to take a, like, read this and interpret it, I would say that I'm a seven wings, six. So an enthusiast wing loyalist, um, I would imagine that it's a six for my wing, not an eight, because eight was the lowest on my score. What do I think about this? I mean, honestly, most of what I'm looking at here is stuff that, like I already knew about myself and the suggestions for like levels of development and everything like healthy levels. So like where is it at number seven? One of the things they say is at a healthy place at your best, I would assimilate experiences in depth, making them grateful and appreciative for what they have becoming odd by the simple wonders of life, joyful and ecstatic. Intimidations of spiritual reality of the boundless goodness of life. I don't think I'm there. I think actually level three. So the lowest healthy level before you hit. Um, average levels is become accomplished. Achievers, generalists who do many things well, practical, productive, usually prolific cross fertilizing areas of interests. I think that that's kind of where I'm at with this, but I'm not sure, you know, and I mean, this, I don't know how much this is all a thing, but I appreciate the look of this. It, the only thing in here that feels slightly. Christian. Like it doesn't feel Christian at all, except there is Nope. That's about it. I was going to say that like, one of their things is like, they talk about like, your passion is gluttony or plat. Passion is avarice, but they're not all the seven deadly sins, so, okay. They're just using that verbiage, but yeah. Um, so I'm going to come out of this St. I'm a seven wing six and Ooh. They also have examples of who, who are sevens and who are whatever. If I'm looking at who sevens are some sevens pulling out of here, we got Joe Biden, but we also got Sarah Pailin. We got Katy Perry and Brittany Spears and Goldie Hawn and cameras. There's a lot of actors on here. There's a lot of actors on here. Elton John is on here. Leonard Bernstein is on here. Who else? JFK is on your Mozart. Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin. I mean, he had gout to I Kandinsky and artist. I really admire is on here. Jim Carey, David do Cavani. There's a bunch of actors and so on. And so this makes sense, like a lot of like people in like the arts seem to be on here. So that's, that's cool. Anyway, I don't know you guys, I don't know if this is garbage or if this is realistic, but I will say that it's an interesting way of looking at things, looking at things like how you resolve conflict and how you go about your life in that way. So I do appreciate that. And I wonder if once I'm done with all of these personality tests, if I set them next to each other and see, do they kind of inter in line with each other or was I just in different moods those days? Cause sometimes I wonder when I'm taking these tests, um, is it just based on my mood that day? Like today, am I seven and tomorrow mine eight, like who fucking knows. Right. Anyway, if you take the Enneagram, let me know, let me know what you are. Tag me on Instagram at Lama letters. And don't forget to check out my shop. All the information is in the show notes, as well as links to all of this shit. The fuckery flowers are releasing later this week. I am so grateful that you're here and I am so grateful to my patrons. They are the sponsors of every episode of the podcast. And if you are interested in becoming a patron and getting early access to these episodes, then you can check it out. There is links in the show notes. There's all sorts of shit in the show notes. So it's even a transcription of this. But if you're listening to this, you may not want the trans I don't fucking know. Anyway, thank you so much. I'll see you next week. And until next time friends, peace out.
This week I've got more holiday inspiration from another dynamic duo! This time it's a married couple, and they both happen to be Enneagram Threes- I know! It does happen. Well, a few years back, Eric and Meredith Schrotenboer were looking for a biblical sound tradition that would capture their two young children, but they couldn't find what they were looking for. And what do two Enneagram Threes do when they can't find what they are looking for? They create it then share it with the rest of us. I stumbled upon the Wondering Wisemen book and plush set on IG, and I knew this would be something I needed to share with you all. There is so much goodness in the conversation, from Enneagram and marriage to Christmas carols & traditions you'll want to listen to every minute. And be sure to get a Wandering Wisemen gift set for your own home, your grandkids, nieces, nephews, or even your kid's classes at your church. If you Wander with the Wisemen this season, please tag Eric and Meredith on IG and Wholehearted Enneagram as well. Please share, rate, and review this podcast!Are you struggling to find that perfect gift? Do you wonder why their list looks so crazy different from yours? Well, wonder no more because I've created the Enneagram Gift Giving Guide created with you in mind. Get the free guide plus bonus gift tags at www.simplywholehearted.com/enneagram-gift-guide.
This season is all about the Enneagram and work! In this episode, Hanna & Monica talk to Jordan Grob LCSW, LCAS, President of Operations and Programming at Elevate Wellness and Recovery. In all her 7 (maybe 8?) sparkle, she shares insight into her Enneagram journey opening Elevate Wellness and creating equitable LGBTQ+ mental health and addiction treatment. Love the podcast? We'd LOVE it if you helped us grow by writing a review! . . Keep up with us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/empoweredenneagram/ . https://empoweredenneagram.com/ . Our Guest: Jordan Grob LCSW, LCAS https://www.elevatewellnessandrecovery.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Holidays are a time for families to come together but often with the extra time comes the noticing of our disparities in marriage as well. Take time to listen to this week's episode with Christa and her assistant, coach Jenn Johnson (1-3 Glow) for a chat about all things love stories, Enneagram and the holidays. You'll get tips for how to keep your love alive as well as tips to avoid and work through marriage and relationship triggers, plus ideas for the kids also. Christa also shares a special code for Black Friday as well! Episode notes: These are the bingo cards Christa makes for her kids during Thanksgiving for a fun game time! Get your Black Friday holiday shopping on! Use the code "BOGOGLOW" for a buy one, get one over at www.enneagramandmarriage.com for both the Relationship Planners and Glow Guides as gifts! Use by 11/28/21 12AM EST. For more podcasts and info, visit us at www.enneagramandmarriage.com
If you're active on social media, it feels like every other day someone is outed as a scammer, an abuser or a master manipulator. And if they were in the spiritual space? Yuck. In this episode, Mik and Jenn get into the red flags that might signal scammers are lurking, but more importantly, how to use your intuition to sniff out who might not be genuine.Some things we talked about in this episode: Jenn recently read a really interesting article about a California town having a water crisis and the steps that they're taking to conserve. You can read it on Bloomberg. In that same article, one town offered their residents 50% off on Flume, a smart device that monitors your water usage at your house. You can find the product on their website and more information about water conservation on their Instagram. You can read more about Dana Chanel and her case with the Pennsylvania Attorney General on Buzzfeed News.Full length David Taylor DepositionThe Lula Rich docuseries is a wild ride. You can watch on Amazon Prime.Enneagram research paperWe Seduced on Starz, which is a docuseries about the NXIVM cult. There is another docuseries on NXIVM called The Vow on HBO Max. We won't link it because one of the producers was in the cult and may have downplayed his role (WTF?). The Guru Jagat story that Jenn mentioned is detailed on Insider.We also wanted to bring back therapy resources for anyone who may have encountered spiritual abuse: Open Path Collective | TherapyForBlackMen | TalkspaceIn our “As Seen on TV” segment, we wrapped up with the amazing documentary that we watched called Fantastic Fungi. It's really a MUST. SEE.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chakrasandshotguns)
Learning about yourself is one of the most useful things you can do for showing up in your life and business. It's time to take yourself off autopilot to understand who you really are, what you want, and where you want to go. Your very own Sales Maven, Nikki Rausch, is here to offer tips, techniques, and strategies to master your sales conversations. Discover methods to place yourself in the position to thrive in business and produce true value for your audience. Today, hear a detailed comparison of launching a course or membership as a group offer for your business on this episode of the Sales Maven Show. Sarah Wallace shares her questions in this On-Air Coaching Call as a Sales Maven Society member wanting to refine the group offer she will build for her ideal clients. Sarah is an Enneagram Business and Life Coach who helps her clients and students enhance their visibility, messaging, sales, leadership, and overall quality of life by creating specific strategies that align with their personality, values and goals to become more life giving and less soul sucking. She is also the host of Enneagram MBA podcast, where she continues to explore the many ways people can package and market themselves based on their enneagram. The Enneagram differs from the Myers Briggs or StrengthsFinder assessments in the sense that the Enneagram identifies the motive behind behavior, and how that can shift depending on life and emotional context. Sarah plans to deliver her high value expertise in the form of a group offer to really build a community. In this conversation, Nikki uses her own experience with courses and membership to illustrate the pros and cons of either offer. Both courses and membership rely heavily on the type of audience an entrepreneur builds. Listen to Nikki explain how to set an offer for a built-in audience, how to match pricing to audience behavior, and the power of setting expectations to avoid burnout. Audiences are built through content and engagement, so Nikki and Sarah get deep into topics around content creation, content repurposing, and forming a good convincer strategy. Nikki wants to invite you to join the Sales Maven Society, don't miss this opportunity for you and Nikki to work together. Bring your questions, concerns, sales challenges, and she provides answers and guidance to boost your confidence. Join the Sales Maven Society here, click add to cart, and then checkout and use coupon code: 47trial to get your first month for $47.00! In This Episode: [00:42] - Welcome, and thank you for listening! [02:22] - Sarah Wallace explains the purpose of the Enneagram, and how this assessment is different from other popular personality tests. [04:01] - On a day-to-day basis, people's tendencies shift. How can knowing this be used as leverage? [06:20] - Sarah describes why self-awareness is the key to unlocking your best self. [08:03] - Listen to Sarah explain why knowing your Enneagram can influence and drive action. [10:30] - Nikki shares her struggle with being on video, and her work around to get herself to deliver content on video. [12:18] - Sarah provides service by working with clients 1-on-1, speaking engagements, and attending workshops. What does she want Nikki's insight on? [14:12] - Nikki starts off by giving the pros and cons of courses, which is what she started with in her own business. [15:43] - Teaching a course before launching a membership helps to develop a built-in audience. [17:20] - What should entrepreneurs pay attention to when formulating pricing for a membership offer? [19:10] - Throughout the years, Nikki says the quality of the Sales Maven Society community increased alongside the price. [20:59] - Nikki breaks down why launching a membership increased her revenue, and how it connects to her other offers. [22:47] - Nikki talks about the convincer strategy. Audiences often need exposure to an offer multiple times before they commit. [24:23] - Nikki and Sarah explore the platform that podcasting gives entrepreneurs. [26:31] - Sometimes having a smaller offer lowers the resistance for audience members to start engaging with offers. [29:22] - Where is the balance for creating new content and repurposing content for membership groups? Nikki shares her strategies for creating content for the Sales Maven Society. [31:38] - Nikki says that entrepreneurs don't need to stress over the amount of content they create. What are her suggestions on curating content? [34:04] - When creating content for group offers, be prepared to say the same things over and over again. [35:53] - How does setting expectations help entrepreneurs avoid burnout in membership offers? [38:48] - What are Nikki's thoughts on alumni memberships? [41:47] - Nikki and Sarah talk about providing offers to keep members active, then discuss the idea of members coming and going in cycles. [44:42] - Nikki suggests the next steps for Sarah to launch her group offer. [46:45] - Membership offers contain more work than people think. What did Nikki do to make it easier? [49:07] - Sarah speaks highly of the network in the Sales Maven Society, and talks about her experience taking a training that changed her approach to coaching consultations. [51:59] - You can find your Enneagram type and a dedicated workbook through Sarah's resources. [54:50] - Thank you for listening. Nikki is so grateful you are here! Find Nikki: Nikki Rausch email@example.com @yoursalesmaven Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Instagram Sales Maven Society To download free Resources from Nikki: www.yoursalesmaven.com/maven Find Sarah: Sarah Wallace Enneagram MBA Podcast LinkedIn | Instagram Find your Enneagram type guide: https://www.sarahlynnco.com/enneagramtypes
In this excerpt from The Rendezvous Project, SJ Jennings and Sherry Jennings provide an overview of the Enneagram and how it is helpful tool to assess how one interacts with their own thought life, one's relationships with others, and how one's Enneagram can impact a marriage. Share your thoughts and stories with the Zoweh team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ward Ashman and Raz Ingrasci are our guests today. In this conversation with Drew, they share a little history and some deep understanding of these two living traditions - the Hoffman Process and the Enneagram. The Hoffman Process and the Enneagram share a common root. Together, Ward and Raz explore the nature of transformational work through both the Hoffman Process and the Enneagram. Ward shares with us the work he does with the Nine Doors of the Enneagram in corporate settings. He sees the nine Enneagram points as doors rather than types. Through this new understanding, Ward has guided many in the corporate world to a greater understanding of themselves, those they love, and those they work with. Raz tells the story of how the Hoffman Process came to be with the support of Claudio Naranjo. Naranjo was one of the early pioneers of the Enneagram in the United States. Claudio also worked with Bob Hoffman to refashion the early Process done with individuals into the group setting that it is today. More about Ward Ashman As the founder of Trimergence LLC, a San Francisco Bay Area consulting firm, Ward leverages a lifetime of broad, deep, and unusual life experiences. Ward invented and patented the Trimergence® Turbo Evolution Platform which combines a tightly coordinated matrix of self-awareness and interpersonal tools to address all aspects of human relationships. Trimergence enables leaders, teams, and entire organizations to build collaborative, innovative, creative partnerships based on the required bedrock of mutually evolving trust. The hallmark of the Trimergence system is to enable people to develop sophisticated, precise, and in-depth awareness of themselves and others as a required navigational map to fulfill maximum interpersonal effectiveness and collaboration. Ward finished college, majoring in psychology at the University of Colorado – Boulder, in the late '60s. Inspired by the intrinsic spirit of cross-cultural adventure and seeking his life purpose, he traveled much of the world for six years. As a result, he had a wide variety of life experiences ranging from performing as a rock star in Prophecy, a band well-known throughout Indonesia and Southeast Asia, to being a yogic monk in India. Once home, Ward pursued his love of psychology, completing a master's degree in Marriage and Family Counseling at the University of Santa Clara in 1978. He immediately launched his Ph.D. studies in Clinical Psychology at Temple University, graduating in 1983. His internship at the Philadelphia Child Guidance Center at the University of Pennsylvania gave him an extraordinary background in family systems theory and therapy. These serve as the fundamentals of his work in business and organizations. Ward is a member of the Hoffman Institute's Advisory Council. He has three children and is married to his wife Diane. Ward loves living in Mountain View, CA, the epicenter of Silicon Valley. More about Raz Ingrasci Raz is a UC Berkeley graduate. He's been an executive, consultant, and facilitator within the “Human Potential Movement” since 1972. He founded the Hoffman Institute Foundation in 1998. Raz is also a Hoffman teacher and Chairman of Hoffman International. Raz's passion for teaching the Hoffman Process is both professional and personal. The Process brings him into the depths of human experience where he learns at least as much as he teaches. Raz took the Process in July of 1989. From that experience, he had three major take-aways: “I knew my marriage would last; I could be a great dad to my young children; and that I'd found work worthy of devoting my life.” Raz lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife, Liza. Listen to a solo conversation with Raz on the podcast. As Mentioned in the Episode The Enneagram: Merriam Webster defines the Enneagram as a system of classifying personality types. This system is based on a nine-pointed starlike figure inscribed within a circle.
175. Enneagram Specialist, Jorja White, on raising her 21yr old daughter with intellectual disabilities, building an authentic life, and more Check out Jorja's world: www.findingrokovoko.com IG: @jorjawhitecoaching @jorjabea Find the details about the Mama Bear Daily at https://mamabearmedia.teachable.com/p/mama-bear-daily
CNN senior political analyst and USA Today columnist, Kirsten Powers, is back to talk about her new book, Saving Grace: Speak Your Truth, Stay Centered, and Learn to Coexist with People who Drive You Nuts. We explore her journey of moving from an unhealthy Eight—full of judgment, shaming, and blaming—to a healthy Eight with the capacity to extend grace towards those who hold opposing views without sacrificing her values and passionate beliefs. In this episode, Kirsten walks us through the tools we can all use to become less enraged and more gracious people in the world. She shares her insights into: What grace is and what it isn't Setting boundaries to show others how to be in a relationship with you Learning how to have healthy conflict Developing humility to cultivate more empathy for others Seeing the humanity of others even when opinions clash This conversation is not just for Eights; it's for all of us. It's a master class in better relating to those we disagree with while embodying the best expression ourselves.
We use many different personality frameworks to further our understanding of who we are. Today we explore the Enneagram with Enneagram coach- Marta Spirk. Marta teaches us an overview of the Enneagram so we can begin to explore this avenue of self awareness. Walking through each nine types, she educates us on each motivation, core belief, and distinct characteristics. Marta Spirk is a wife, triplet mom, podcaster, empowerment coach & marketing strategist. She helps women simplify marketing their business by reducing overwhelm and procrastination when it comes to content creation, so they can step into VISIBILITY, CREDIBILITY & PROFIT. She does that with her 5-step process called ENGAGE TO SERVE™, her podcast The Empowered Woman (over 100K downloads), The Empowered Woman School membership and workshops. Find out more about Marta here. Join our November Book Club discussion on Facebook here.
Social subtype Enneagram 2s like Kristen Crowley are often mistyped as 3s.Yes, she is ambitious and influential. But Kristen's worth is not at all tied to what she does. Her heart and motive is all about people.So, what does it look like when a social 2 makes big moves in the world? How does their deep care for others show up as they take on leadership roles?Kristen is the Cofounder of reFRAME Your Biz, a platform designed to help fitness pros and other solopreneurs build a brand image that stands out.On this episode of The Leadership Formula, Kristen shares her gift for reading people's energy and commitment to being there for others—no matter the circumstances.I describe Kristen's need to connect with people and make the world a more loving place, explaining why she shows up as a Protective Challenger under stress and how she leverages her wings to achieve big goals.Listen in to understand how stretching into her growth number 4 is helping Kristen set healthy boundaries and find out how being a Considerate Helper is a great fit for her brand image business. What You Will Learn How Kristen's wide range of experiences led to a business in brand imaging, media and PRKristen's childhood growing up with a strong mom and supportive dadThe benefit of Kristen's gift for reading people's energyWhy lying and disrespect are deal breakers for Kristen in a relationshipHow Kristen makes the conscious decision to unleash her anger when someone else is at riskHow social subtypes like Kristen look different from typical 2sThe Enneagram 2's motivational need to connect with others and make the world a more loving placeHow Kristen uses her wings to reach big goals and avoid enabling peopleWhat it looks like when Kristen shifts into her stress number 8 (the Protective Challenger)How stretching into her growth number 4 helps Kristen say noWhy Kristen's current business is perfect for her as a social Enneagram 2Connect with KristenreFRAME Your Biz:https://www.reframeyourbiz.com/reFRAME on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/reframeyourbiz/Kristen on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/kristencrowleytv/Kristen on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/KristenCrowleyTVConnect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/ResourcesRegister for the reFRAME Your Brand Image Webinar:https://www.reframeyourbiz.com/Apply for My 1:1 Coaching Program:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Book My Enneagram Experience Bundle:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Book an Enneagram Kickstart Session:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/
The Enneagram Daily Reflections series marches on today with enneagram 1, Juanita Rasmus! The show starts today with Juanita getting us all grounded before jumping into some good enneagram teaching and background on wings and stress and security. Then let's hear about how ones take care of themselves, and how we can better take care of them (tip 1: don't touch their food). You can find out more about Juanita by visiting juanitarasmus.com and you can find your copy of 40 Days on Being a 1 at Amazon.com, ivpress.com or LifeInTheTrinityMinistry.com! PLUG! The holidays are just around the corner and there is no better tool than Holidays and the Enneagram with Suzanne. Over two hours of teaching to help you better take care of yourself and love those around you that you're spending the holidays with. Click here to download today! Today's Introduction: 1. Suzanne talking with Heather Mustain about her relationship with husband and enneagram 1 Chad Mustain. Taken from the introduction in episode 94 of The EnneagramJourney. 2. Joey Tribbiani from the show F.R.I.E.N.D.S. talking about food 3. An excerpt from Others On The Journey, released on August 13, 2020 on The Enneagram Journey Podcast.
Getting organized can be especially challenging for neurodiverse people. Sometimes it seems as if our environments fall in either one of two extremes—everything neatly in place or everything in total chaos. It's like a battle of the OCD versus the ADD. But one woman's clutter might be another woman's “I'm okay with this!” We all have a unique pain point when it comes to organization and time management. Can't we slide along the spectrum instead of living in the extremes? How do we create a functional environment for ourselves within all of our stuff—one that reduces stress and overwhelm, and fosters productivity? And can we teach our kids to do the same? This week on the podcast, my guest is a fellow podcaster, author, and clutter expert Laurie Palau. With neurodiversity in her own family, Laurie has figured out a way to meet adults and kids where they are, by giving them strategies to tackle their unique issues with all types of clutter—both tangible and intangible. Clutter is really a symptom of something bigger, Laurie says. If we determine “the why of clutter,” we can take actionable steps to make our lives simpler and easier. Warning: You may have to dive deep into some emotions, like guilt and fear. But I know you can do it. If just the idea of getting organized freaks you out, listen in to our conversation for practical, tactical advice on where to get started. And for ways to communicate with your kids to help them manage their clutter too. (You'll never tell your kid to “go clean your room” the same way again!) About Laurie Palau: Laurie Palau is the author of the book HOT MESS: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO GETTING ORGANIZED; host of the popular weekly podcast This ORGANIZED Life; and founder of Simply B Organized, a lifestyle company helping people live simply and work smarter. Her advice has been featured in national publications including Real Simple and The New York Times. Laurie speaks on the topics of clutter, parenting, and entrepreneurship. Her CLUTTER CLINIC™ is a nationwide workshop providing strategies to help your team, group, or organization feel more empowered to tackle the areas where they feel most overwhelmed. Her latest work connects the dots between personality type and clutter, through the lens of the Enneagram. A self-described homebody and coffee lover, Laurie lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with her husband Josh, two (almost grown) daughters, and dog, Jeter. Visit her website and follow her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Links and Resources: simplyborganized.com Time Stamps: [2:30] - Neurodiverse kids and adults need extra strategy and support to get organized [3:21] - Organization takes Amber to her calm place [5:58] - The why of clutter [6:46] - Sustainable and lasting change is better than Instagram-worthy [10:35] - Clutter is a symptom of something bigger [13:08] - Organization is a learned skill [14:36] - Modeling behaviors that you want your kids to adopt [18:36] - Being intentional and specific about what “clean” means [20:35] - Amber's husband's body doubling strategy and distraction with music to help the kids clean their room [25:01] - Laurie's three main types of clutter [24:59] - Emotional clutter stems from guilt or fear and causes decision fatigue [26:46] - People with ADHD struggle with calendar clutter [29:54] - Resistance to wasting and the sunk cost fallacy [33:01] - How Laurie empowered a boy to let go of his stuffed animals [36:27] - The last 10% of the project is the real feeling of accomplishment [39:47] - Which room to declutter first if you're overwhelmed [44:31] - Put time on your calendar to deal with clutter
Underneath It All Show NotesSeason 3, Episode 8 - Season FinaleLetting go, letting in. In the season finale episode, Grizel talks with Alex, the co-host for Season 4, about the upcoming changes for Underneath It All. After leaving the CDT early, Grizel went through a major growth period and started learning more about contentment and making healthier, more authentic choices. Long story short, this leads us to the Enneagram! It's a framework of personality types, but more than that, it's a tool for growth. Listen to this episode for an overview of Enneagram basics, how to find out your type, and answers to some FAQs! Resources from this episode: Underneath It All Instagram: @underneathitallpodUIA is listener supported. Join our PATREON to support the show and have early access to every episode! Follow Grizel on Instagram: @_grizel_A word from this season's sponsor, Salomon:« What motivates us is to enrich people's lives by enabling them to play outside. Too often, life gets in the way, and we struggle to find moments for play. At Salomon, our modest contribution to this challenge is inspiring people to make Time to Play. But while we are play-minded, we recognize the need to play responsibly.This feeling of accountability drives our commitment to: The Toys, the products we use to find these moments of joy and expression, and that we strive to create in line with our values. The Playmakers, who design, develop and make the toys that help make our playtime possible. The Playground that is home to our experiences and that must be maintained and protected. The Players, who nurture and energize our communities. All of this reinforces why we are implementing a sustainability program with key objectives for 2025. »Additional Mental Health Resources:National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 Enjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It'll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Underneath It All is produced and hosted by Grizel.Theme music is by Passiflora. Additional Music was found by using Epidemic Sound. Podcast cover artwork designed by @alexemily.
To be loved, we must be known. And being known means understanding our identity - who we are and where we came from. But, as with all things, this identity gets derailed by sin. Jesse and Lindsey talk with Enneagram coach Lisa Vischer about Ego Identity - a false identity we create connected to our personality. They discuss the three ways we try to protect this identity, as well as how to move back into our true identity in Christ. This episode is part 1 of 2. Hear the rest of the conversation in Episode #61.
YourEnneagramCoach.com founders Beth and Jeff McCord talk about how the Enneagram can help you better lead your team past misunderstandings and through conflict and tension toward a better future....Read the whole entry... »