Former NFL wide receiver Eric Decker sits down with Christian to discuss his football career and current goals. They talk about the problem with taking children's sports too seriously, how the Enneagram can be used as a tool to benefit relationships, the truth behind the NFL, Eric's best memories with the Jets, and how to prevent a selfish mindset. Eric and Christian also touch on how they both overcame difficult times. Set an example for those that look up to you this week! https://athleticgreens.com/huff — Get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D & 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase! - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Karlee Golightly (they/them) is an eating disorders dietitian and private practice owner in Denver, CO. On this episode, we chat about their fourth year in business, running the show as an Enneagram 9w1 and how those strengths and challenges show up in their brain, and making pivots when it feels like the time to do so! (And how only you can decide when that time is!) WIND Summer Series, including Group Supervision with Karlee: weightinclusivenutrition.teachable.com Where to find Karlee: @MoxieMind on Instagram Moxie-Mind.com Their Counseling Course and resources for Dietitians: moxie-mind.com/for-clinicians Your host: Heather Caplan RD Heathercaplan.com RD Real Talk Show Notes link @RDRealTalk on IG
Expressing our emotions is vulnerable, and vulnerability is the secret sauce of relationships. So how do an Enneagram Two and an Enneagram 5, who approach emotions from very different angles, maintain a strong marriage? In today's episode, I revisit my conversation with Jon and Tristen Collins, authors of Why Emotions Matter, to explore what they've learned about each other and how they meet in the middle to build a more intimate relationship.
In this week's episode, Beatrice Chestnut and Uranio Paes talk about the Enneagram Types and Subtypes of world leaders of today and of the past— from Zelenskyy to Obama, from Ghandi to the Royal Family. Coming from a place of humility, they share that this is an informal conversation where they discuss opinions that are based on experience and research and are not absolute facts. Some leaders connect with emotions and are charming while others are angry and unable to apologize. Having conversations about what a famous leader's Enneagram type and Subtype could be is one of the ways we learn about what those types are all about. It's not about being right, it's about marshaling evidence and having fun while developing an understanding of the nuances of different Subtypes. As leaders, any type with a low level of awareness in a position of power can act out in negative ways, which is why Bea and Uranio work so hard to raise consciousness. If you want to discover which Enneagram Type you could be, visit our webpage cpenneagram.com/compass to learn about the Enneagram Test they just launched, CPS Enneagram Compass. If you have enjoyed this podcast, please take a moment to leave a review! It will help us a lot. Check out cpenneagram.com to learn more about the online learning portal and try it out for free. Follow us on Instagram @cpenneagram and join our Facebook group to share your perspectives and keep the discussion going! And check out cpenneagram.com to study with Bea and Uranio directly! Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org.
How you use your strengths and weaknesses to your advantage An Enneagram is much more than just a funny word. It's a system of personality typing that identifies nine types of people and how they relate to one another and the world. It's not just a powerful tool for personal growth, but also a great resource for transforming relationships in your personal and professional lives. You've probably heard me talk about Enneagrams on this podcast before because I love this tool SO MUCH. Understanding my own personality -- including my strengths and weaknesses -- as well as how I relate to others has helped me enormously in my business, from hiring the right people to improving my leadership skills. That's why I'm so excited to have Ian Morgan Cron on the show. He's the real deal when it comes to Enneagrams and a pioneer in the modern Enneagram movement. In this eye-opening episode, we discuss: What the Enneagram is and how you can use it to transform your life The nine different Enneagram personalities How to utilize your strengths as a leader based on your personality type What your Enneagram results tell you about how to set up and run your business If your Enneagram results indicate if you'll be successful as an entrepreneur I promise you that this conversation will leave you with a much better understanding of yourself as a leader, and ways that you can hone in on your specific strengths to build a stronger business. Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts "I love Amy and Online Marketing Made Easy."
So many of you are recognizing the power of integrating the Enneagram into your life.You're discovering the root of why you do what you do and communicating in a way that allows other people to see the truth in your heart instead of hiding behind your fears. You want this beautiful gift for everyone in your circle of influence.But that comes with a warning. On this episode of The Leadership Formula, we're taking a deep dive into Enneagram etiquette and how NOT to use the Enneagram. I walk you through the 3 most common ways people use the Enneagram ineffectively and how those missteps can turn people off and keep this beautiful tool for growth from the very people who need it the most. Listen in to understand how to communicate the Enneagram to open people up to receiving this beautiful tool for their own personal discovery journey into their Enneagram type. Get ready to walk the Enneagram walk more than you talk about it, so you can help those in your circle of influence reach their own next level of growth.If you're interested in taking a deep dive into the dynamics of your personal relationships for deeper connections, I'd love to create a custom program just for you. Reach out to me today at Tracy O'Malley.com.What You Will LearnHow to know if someone is ready and open to discussing the Enneagram How (vocally) typing people before they're ready ruins the Enneagram for othersWhy it's not just rude but also irresponsible to use the Enneagram as a party trickWhy using a person's Enneagram type against them shuts down their growthHow to stop using your Enneagram type as an excuse for bad behaviorHow to communicate the Enneagram effectively for open discoveryHow to dig deep into the dynamics of your relationships for deeper connectionsConnect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/Email Tracy email@example.com Resources Book an Enneagram Kickstart Session:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Get Started with a Custom Program TODAY:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Share the Leadership Formula Podcast on Apple Podcasts:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are back with another Partner Spotlight Episode, and today I'm joined by my good friend, Kelly Beutler. Kelly is the Owner of The Joyful Sort in Columbus, OH. Kelly is a boy mom, lover of donuts, and passionate about helping people sort through their clutter to get to the good stuff in life. During our conversation we talked about juggling motherhood and growing a business, what she loves about organizing and her 4 step process on decluttering before a move. And in true This ORGANIZED Life form we also touch on the Enneagram! Check out the links below for everything we discussed on today's episode. CONNECT WITH KELLY https://www.thejoyfulsort.com/ https://www.facebook.com/thejoyfulsort/ https://www.instagram.com/thejoyfulsort/ OTHER LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: PRODUCT RECOMMENDATION: https://idesignlivesimply.com/ SBO PARTNER PROGRAM: https://simplyborganized.com/sbo-partner-program/ P.S. Next week we kick off our Summer of Enneagram Series where we're talking about all things clutter & organizing through the lens of the Enneagram.
How does your Enneagram type affect how you show up on social media as a creator and community builder? Listen in to find out! In this episode, we cover: ✔️ Each Enneagram type as a leader ✔️ Super powers of each type on social ✔️ Potential pitfalls to avoid for each Enneagram type To get the full show notes, links mentioned in this episode, or to read the transcript, head to my website: https://www.meganericson.com/blog/ep41-your-enneagram-type-on-social-media
We've been exploring Internal Family Systems (IFS) for eight weeks now, and Megan and Deedra wrap up the series in this episode. You won't want to miss insights on: how constellations of parts cluster around emotionsusing the enneagram (wings and lines) as doorways into IFSwhy both the enneagram and IFS are important for soul work and growthhow our exiled parts are tied to our enneagram wounding messagesusing these tools to move towards self and others in compassionResources: Structure of the enneagram episodeMegan's instagram
An interesting fact about me is that I love taking personality tests. My teenage years were filled with Cosmo quizzes to figure out what kind of marriage would be best for me, or signing up for workshops and retreats that helped me identify my strengths, challenges, and overall learn about myself. So when I discovered the Enneagram a few years ago, I was amazed at how accurate it was. Additionally, it allowed me to gain a deeper, more meaningful understanding of the people I work with and of my own husband. Our guest on today's podcast is Enneagram expert Ian Cron. He shares how the stories we tell ourselves as children harm us later in life and how the Enneagram helps us live a better, truer story than the one we have settled for. Today's episode is for you if you're ready to unlock your deepest potential and start living a new story that supports your goals. Resources: Read the first chapter of Ian's latest book on the Enneagram, The Story of You Audio File - Chapter 1 Get your Enneagram assessment today at IEQ9 Assessment - PROMO CODE: InfluencerPodcast (for 20% off). For my FREE 5 step guide to gaining clarity, building confidence and accomplishing your goals, go to https://join.juliesolomon.net/clarity/ TO PRE-ORDER MY BOOK, Get What You Want: How to Go From Unseen to Unstoppable, and get access to a FREE live event with bonuses go to www.juliesolomon.net/getwhatyouwant To join my EmpowerYou personal development membership for just $29 a month, go to: https://join.juliesolomon.net/membership
Do you want to know the collective facts about what each Enneagram type wants in marriage? Join us for this simple series on each type, starting right here with what Type Ones want in marriage and family life! Want a deeper dive into the type 1? Find our guide right here! Join the E + M Membership, the E + M Collective here! Doors close June 14! Head on over to enneagramandmarriage.com to check out all of our amazing freebies and resources! Instagram: @enneagramandmarriage | @enneagrammarriagepod Facebook @ enneagramandmarriage Love what you're learning on E + M? Make sure you share the episode, subscribe, and leave us a review wherever you're listening from so others can find us, too!
This week, we're picking up with where we left off with the amazing Sarah Wallace and the Enneagram types. If you haven't listened to Part 1 of our conversation yet, I invite you to go listen to episode 106, and then come back to this one so you'll have the fullness of Sarah's beauty and wisdom around the Enneagram, types 1-4 which we covered last week, and how each of those 4 might process trauma and grief.If you already listened to Part 1, then you're ready to step into the magic that awaits for types 5-9. Which type strives to feel self-sufficient... and detached -and why detached is not a negative thingWhich type tends to ruminate… woulda/coulda/shouldaWhich type is the “contingency planner”Which type runs from emotional painWhich type tends to struggle with depressionWhich type strives to be strong and powerfulWhich type has the most trouble asking for helpWhich type strives to be at peace - both inner and outerWhich type tends to numb out during stress and griefThe type we tend to default to when we're under stressThe possible correlation between Astrology and the EnneagramWhy doing a podcast on grief was a growth opportunity for Sarah and her typeYou'll also hear which type I most closely align with, and which type Sarah most closely aligns with!You can find Sarah on her website and on Instagram. And be sure to listen to her podcast, Enneagram MBA on all the podcast apps.If you'd like to learn more about the Enneagram and take an assessment to see which type you're most closely aligned with, Sarah recommends the website Personality Path.
Hey, DUDE! In today's episode, we're doing an "icebreaker" episode...like 60 episodes too late, but we're doing it ;) I'm answering popular questions like what's my goal in life is, favorite TV shows and movies, dream hobby, the one day I wish I could relive over and over, and more! I also majorly expose myself with my celebrity crush(es), cluing you into my coveted "ProCrush" list, the one person I will literally blindly support no matter what, and the number of times I've seen To All The Boys I've Loved Before (hint: it's an insane number). I want YOU to answer these questions! Copy, paste, fill in your answers, and DM them to me @dudeilovethatpodcast on IG! 1. What's one day you wish you could relive? 2. Who are 3 people -- dead or alive -- you'd love to have dinner with? 3. What are your favorite TV shows? 4. What are your favorite movies? 5. If you could only listen to ONE song for the rest of your life, what would it be? 6. What's your goal in life? 7. If you could pick up any hobby (time and money not considered), what would it be? Be sure and follow along for more Enneagram content on my personal IG: @heyitslivjames! Interested in Enneagram-based life coaching or brand strategy? Check out my website at: livjamescoaching.com!
Mary Adkins is a former BigLaw litigator turned writer. She is author of the novels When You Read This (Indie Next Pick, “Best Book of 2019” by Good Housekeeping and Real Simple), Privilege (Today.com “Best Summer Read,” New York Post “Best Book of the Week”), and Palm Beach (recently named one of the New York Post's “Best Books of 2021”). Her books have been published in 13 countries, and her essays and reporting have appeared in the New York Times, The Atlantic, Slate, and more. She is also a writing coach and founder of The Book Incubator, a 12-month program to write, revise, and pitch your novel or memoir. In this episode, we discuss: Getting into law to make a positive impact, but then taking a BigLaw job Feeling misaligned with your work, and coming to not care about it at all Prioritizing taking writing classes even with a crazy schedule Taking a bridge job to allow the time and space to pursue more writing Realizing that a lot of the roadblocks to making a change aren't as immovable as we tell ourselves they are How to build a writing career How the Enneagram plays out for lawyers and writers Connect with Mary: Website: https://maryadkinswriter.com/ Apply to The Book Incubator: https://www.thebookincubator.com/apply-novel-writing-program Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adkinsmary/ ~ Connect with Megan! Daydreams to Designs Private Podcast: https://bit.ly/daydreamstodesigns Employee to Entrepreneur Quiz: https://bit.ly/employeetoentrepreneurtype Schedule a Catalyst Call: https://megansmiley.com/schedule-a-call Website: https://www.megansmiley.com/
How can we raise our boys to be spiritual leaders? How can we love them well? What are the joys and challenges of being a boy-mom? We are back with another round of the Grace in Parenting series. To get the series started, author and boy-mom Jasmine Holmes joins the show. In our conversation, Jasmine shares: How to instill emotional vocabulary and cultivate emotional intelligence in our sons Ways to confront your child with a sin issue in a shame-free way And practical steps to train your son to be a spiritual leader when there isn't one in the house. Key Quotes “In the Godhead, we have Father and Mother. We have that warmth and parental love and that care. I am being nurtured. I am being taken care of while taking care of my children, and I'm not just pouring from an empty cup.” - Author and boy mom Jasmine Holmes “Teaching my oldest son how to steward it (his expressiveness and feeling deeply) instead of inadvertently teaching him to be ashamed of it is something I'm really committed to.” - Author and boy mom Jasmine Holmes “I need supernatural nurturing, and God provides that.” - Author and boy mom Jasmine Holmes “Community doesn't always have to look like going and being a part of an energy-sucking environment. Sometimes it can just be inviting a friend to your safe space and into your safe environment.” - Author and boy mom Jasmine Holmes “We want to make sure that our boys have more examples of godly men in their lives than just their dad because there's more than one way to live life.” - Author and boy mom Jasmine Holmes “Wanting to steward God's creation well and wanting to show the love that God has for my son to my son well is something I return to over and over again in my raising of my boys.” - Author and boy mom Jasmine Holmes “Breathe deep those beautiful parts.” - Author and boy mom Jasmine Holmes Mentioned in the Podcast The FCC requires that I tell you that I'm an Amazon Affiliate, which means I earn a bit of commission on each sale. But don't worry there's no added cost to you! Giveaway May: Subscribe to Jill's weekly “the good + the grace” email Introverts in the Church by Adam S. McHugh My Dungeon Shook by James Baldwin Previous Grace in Parenting Podcasts Episode #66: How your Enneagram type impacts your parenting Episode #67: Easy and practical ways to give your kids grace Episode #68: How to create a family shaped by grace in a conversation with Gary Morland Episode #69: How to parent out of love, not fear with Kevin A. Thompson Episode #70: Helping your kids enjoy Jesus with Kirk + Debbie Freeman Episode #71: Creating a family culture where Jesus is woven into daily life with Kimberly Amici Episode #72:Parenting with grace in the digital age with Mandy Majors About Jasmine Holmes To help us as we raise boys, author and boy-mom Jasmine L. Holmes joins the show. Jasmine is the author of Carved in Ebony: Lessons from the Black Women Who Shape Us and Mother to Son: Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope. She is also a contributing author for Identity Theft: Reclaiming the Truth of Our Identity in Christ and His Testimonies, My Heritage: Women of Color on the Word of God. She and her husband, Phillip, are parenting three young sons in Jackson, Mississippi. Here's how to connect with Jasmine Website Instagram 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
A few episodes ago I was talking about rest and how I am in a constant relationship with learning how to rest and allow that for myself. In it I talked about how rest and feeding ourselves are things that aren't rewarded by our society so much so that it can feel anti-social to nurture ourselves. With that in mind, today we are starting a two part discussion around productivity culture. --- THANK YOU TO THIS WEEK'S PODCAST SPONSOR BetterHelp is customized online therapy that offers video, phone and even live chat sessions with your therapist, so you don't have to see anyone on camera if you don't want to. It's much more affordable than in-person therapy and you can be matched with a therapist in under 48 hours. Enneagram & Coffee listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/EGRAM — Call/text your enneagram questions to (828) 338-9127 Grab a copy of my book at www.thehonestenneagram.com Check out my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/sarajanecase Grab a copy of know your parenting personality https://amzn.to/37Zbh0l Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Bevil and David are joined by Michelle M in this episode at The Rail Yard Little Rock. Conversations of what brings you joy turned to Enneagram questions and musings. It was a beautiful day of beer drinking and story telling. Cheer! Follow the guys on Instagram - www.instagram.com/flightythoughtspodcast Check out The Rail Yard - https://www.therailyardlr.com/ Rate and Review the podcast and Subscribe!
Goal-getting differs type by type and stumbling blocks are a very real thing. As we talk about marriage and individual goals in terms of the nuances of each type, join Christa in unwrapping how to get through blocks each type experiences. Most of all, discover how to get through those blocks! Be sure to find the chart-topping new book Speaking Through the Numbers to help you in your goal getting and make sure to use our E + M code for a major discount! All links from today's episode below. Coupon code: EMPOD30 for 30% OFF + FREE US SHIPPING right here at www.ivpress.com Join the E + M Membership, the E + M Collective here! Doors close June 14! Head on over to enneagramandmarriage.com to check out all of our amazing freebies and resources! Instagram: @enneagramandmarriage | @enneagrammarriagepod Facebook @ enneagramandmarriage Have a specific question? Fill out this form to get your personal questions answered now! Or leave us a comment or question by sending an MP4 recording to email@example.com. (You can use your voice memos app on your iPhone to record). Love what you're learning on E + M? Make sure you leave us a 5-Star review so others can find us, too right >> here
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Join The Positive Pants Toolkit App & Community https://franexcell.com/positive-pants-toolkit-app The Mentorship 6 month programme: https://beyondthedawnblog.com/the-mentorship/ (Next Cohort June 2022) Products: Grab Your 365 day Gratitude Journal on Amazon:https://bit.ly/365daygratitude Grab Your Positive Pants Firmly On Notebook:https://bit.ly/positivepantsonbook To sign up for The Positive Pants Planner Waitlist: https://bit.ly/pppimwaiting Contact: Make sure you're following me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/imfranexcell/ and tag me into your key takeaways! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or take aways! For more, head over to: www.franexcell.com/ How to handle being disrespected by a client or colleague How do you feel when you feel you've been disrespected by a client, a potential client or a colleague? How do you tend to handle it? It unfortunately happens a lot in business and when YOU are your own business it can feel very personal and it can also escalate quickly. This past week I've been helping a fair few people with how to handle conversations with people who have disrespected them in some way. With permission I'm going to talk about a specific example from one of my glorious clients from The Mentorship. So, as part of The Mentorship we have both a telegram group (for quick answers to things and for pep talks and support) and we have a private facebook group. In the Facebook group people can post sales pages, copy, ideas, anything where they want direct feedback from us and the group. I'll tell you the story and you can try to apply it to your own business or situation. This glorious client posted a message she wanted to send to a client who she felt had been disrespectful, to sense check it before it went out. She's an INCREDIBLE wedding photographer and a client had booked a shoot back in April and had held the June slot for them and had been chasing payment. The father of the groom was managing the booking and was, shall we say, not the most helpful perhaps. She had payment terms of a deposit, followed by the rest of the payment due 4 weeks before the big day. It gets to 5 weeks before and still no payment. So she sends the full invoice and he says he doesn't want to pay all of it in one go. She goes back and is totally reasonable, explains the terms (very standard for the industry) and is accommodating and says she's happy to split it in two if need be but those are the standard terms. He doesn't come back to her. So at this point she's pretty annoyed and feeling disrespected and doesn't really want to do the job anymore. The spidey senses were tingling. Nobody wants to work with a client where there's any kind of resentment, it feels like trying to push water uphill. So she posts her message that she wants to send to essentially say she's going to have to release the date. This is where it's REALLY easy to let emotion spill into the message and inevitably the annoyance can come into the tone of the message too. It's unbelievable how much undertone can come across simply through your language. Sometimes all this does is serve to escalate the issue. Or give people fodder for call out posts and it's just not worth it either way. There's a way of communicating in these moments where you get to release the emotion and not let it fester and linger. To take back the power in the situation and be really clear as to why you aren't accepting the behaviour so it can't be argued with. I'm a big believer in if you have to have a difficult conversation it's far better to try and do it over the phone or in person if possible because it's much easier to see the real intention behind the words. However, sometimes an email or message is just what's required. So we took her original message and just tweaked it slightly in terms of the language where it went from being able to read the anger and emotion to something that was professional, clear, direct and there was no room to argue. The emotion was taken out and she could firmly and politely stand in her boundaries of what is and isn't acceptable for her as a professional. The best bit, it's far easier to move on. So I have a few tips that can make this a little easier for you and hopefully give you a better outcome AND leaving you without the lingering feelings of anger and resentment because I see too many small business owners get taken advantage of by customers and clients. You can't stop that happening unfortunately BUT you can choose a different action. This one is especially hard for my Enneagram 2s and people pleasers. So I hope this is helpful for you because it will come up at some point in your business. It might be someone not respecting your payment terms, or working hours, or not showing up to calls and we need to put some boundaries in place. Firstly, It's not always best to bend over backwards to please someone else if they aren't respecting you or your time. This is where we end up with nightmare clients. Clients who demand the moon on a stick. If they're prepared to do it once, they WILL do it again. One of the first things I do when I work with anyone is make it super clear where the boundaries are in terms of when I work and answer their messages and when I don't. I make sure everyone's on the same page. It makes it far easier to reiterate the boundaries if they do push it. Try to realise it's not personal. It may feel like it but 9/10 times it's absolutely not. Try to see the person behaving not so well as a walking ego. This is where my empathy over anger practice comes in. Being able to look at the person and their behaviour and think I wonder what happened to them for them to think this behaviour is ok, that this is how you treat people. Bad behaviour towards others is usually a protection mechanism or something they have learned from someone close to them. Either way I can find compassion for that. Same thing for sense checking your own message. If you read it back, what do you see in the sub text? Don't get to the point where you're willing to trample on your own boundaries because there's cash on the table. This is a big one. My lovely client could have bent over backwards and ended up doing the work and potentially not being paid. There's all manner of things that can happen that doesn't leave you in a great position. Ask yourself how will it feel to work with this person and be honest with yourself. Is it just about the money? Ask yourself, what are the stories underneath your thoughts and feelings right now? So helpful to do. It might look like. I'm feeling angry and frustrated. It's reminded me of a time when I was at school where I felt the same. It's triggered a parental wound. Ask yourself if you're really reacting to what's in front of you right now or something from your past. Remember you do not want nightmare clients. You will be able to spot them in the way THEY communicate with YOU. How do you feel in your body when they message or speak to you. Are your spidey senses tingling? Biggest tip is to take a minute to walk away and come back to it. When the sympathetic response is activated it shuts off your prefrontal cortex in your brain, which you need for conscious rational thought, decision making, and choice! Go regulate yourself by taking a walk, belt out a power ballad, breathing techniques, whatever is your favourite way to regulate your emotions. Then take the emotion out of the message. Make sure it's coming from a balanced and professional, boundaried place. Emotion usually means escalation. I mean…can you imagine a world full of emotionally regulated people? How different situations would turn out? the…dream! Remember you're a business and just because it might just be you in your business doesn't mean you deserve any less respect. You get to fire your clients and you get to say no to their business. Be professional and stand in your boundaries. Fx
Welcome to the eighth episode of the Nine Types Spring Series. This episode is dedicated to learning all about the Enneagram Seven!You will want to listen to each episode of this series if you know your Enneagram Type or are beginning your personality discovery journey! You will also want to share this special 9-part series so that your friends and family can learn about the Enneagram and maybe figure out their personality Type. Best of all if you listen to learn about each Type it will really help you know how to strengthen your relationships no matter their Type. Whether you are married, raising kids, or working with others, chances are that you are interacting with all the Nine Enneagram personalities! Guest interview mentioned that Amy was on, called "A Romance Recharge with Amy Wicks, 7-9 Pairing," listen herePast episodes about Enneagram Sevens:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-problem-of-lonliness-with-enneagram-seven-bonnie-gray/id1216920050?i=1000530163677https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-a-comparison-free-life-leads-to-joy-peace-and/id1216920050?i=1000553131530https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/get-your-glow-on-enneagram-seven-christa-hardin/id1216920050?i=1000545508863https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/chasing-wonder-ginger-stache-enneagram-7w8/id1216920050?i=1000539657997https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/calling-all-enneagram-sevens-and-their-friends/id1216920050?i=1000497076593Amy's Enneagram Momprenuer Guide free PDF found here!Take the new Enneagram Quiz here!Follow Amy on IGAmy's WebsiteSign up for a FREE 15 minute call with Amy to see if Faith-based Enneagram Coaching is a good fit for you this season of your life! Sign up here!
This is a great interview with Coach Pegah Kadkhodaian. We talk about quite a few topics including questions around the cross-section of being type 8 and a woman. We also talk about how Type 8's are misunderstood. We really dive into her work in using NLP along with the Enneagram to really help change people's lives. NLP stands for neuro-linguistic programming. Pegah trains people in NLP with an embodied approach. Find out more from Coach Pegah K. below: Liberate Your Limitless Self 1/2 event $27 but for your listeners 20% off with the promo code: Milton For you to get 100% for yourself, use the code: AFFILIATE https://www.eventbrite.com/e/liberate-your-limitless-self-tickets-345642825997 Webinars: Unwind Anxiety https://www.eventbrite.com/e/341237670057 Unlock the Mystery of yourSelf https://www.eventbrite.com/e/342460607897 ---- Check out the KCEP Program here: https://kaizen-enneagram-community.mn.co/
Although we often host authors and speakers, most of our very favorite episodes are those with women who are incredibly nervous to share their stories with us because of their humility and tender hearts. Today's guest definitely fits that mold. Amy Baker is Clarksville famous for loving on others through her baking. She shows up with a fudge pie or other delicious treat during times when many of us have no idea what to say or do. Amy is too humble to call what she does ministry, but Hannah and I would have to argue. That is exactly what it is. We hope that by hearing our conversation with Amy you might think of how God wants to use your gifts to love others well. To follow What's Your Story on Instagram visit http://www.instagram.com/whatsyourstory.podcastHannah Conway is a Lifeway author, a speaker and a women's ministry director in her local church. To connect with Hannah visit http://www.hannahrconway.com or follow her on Social Media: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hannahrconwayInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/hannahrconway_authorStephani Cook is an Enneagram life coach, speaker, podcast host and the creator of On Purpose Coaching. Through On Purpose Coaching she helps others to improve relationships and to discover intentional abundant living. To connect with Stephani or for more information about the On Purpose Live Event visit http://www.stephanicook.org or follow her on Social Media: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/stephaniscook Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/stephani_cook Cover photo by Alison Weakley Photographyhttp://www.alisonweakleyphotography.comSupport the show
Teacher: Sean Palmer Although best known as an instructive personality typing system, the Enneagram is also a tool for communication and connection. Let's explore together how this ancient tool can help teachers, preachers, and church leaders increase their gospel impact.
We've referenced it again and again for dozens of episodes, and now we're finally devoting an entire episode to the Enneagram! We open up the Enneagram box and share what we've found helpful for our personal growth in this trendy personality system. How does the Enneagram impact our self-awareness? And how does this self-awareness impact our view of others? Join Tom, Ryan, and Ben for an overview of the Enneagram! We dive into the stats of all the types in our community and share a little about our own types. And get ready for the YOB ConvoCast summer series to come, featuring discussions with each of the nine types in our community! Additionally, as announced in this episode, we're exploring the potential for a Your Other Sisters community! If you're a woman interested or intrigued, or know a woman who might be and would like to learn more, shoot us an email: email@example.com. Be sure to leave "YOS" in the subject line! We'd love to explore this conversation with you. LINKS FROM THIS EPISODE ➡️ Truity's Enneagram test: https://www.truity.com/test/enneagram-personality-test ➡️ Truity's Enneagram overview: https://www.truity.com/enneagram/9-types-enneagram COMMENT ON THIS EPISODE ➡️ What's your Enneagram origin story? What's been your biggest Enneagram takeaway toward personal growth? PODCAST EPISODE PAGE ➡️ https://yourotherbrothers.com/2022/05/20/yobcast-095-the-enneagram/ RATE/REVIEW US ON APPLE PODCASTS ➡️ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-other-brothers-podcast/id1142011465 FOLLOW THE CAST ➡️ Tom's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/tom/ ➡️ Ryan's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/ryan/ ➡️ Ben's posts: https://www.yourotherbrothers.com/author/ben/ GET IN TOUCH
The LTM bus rolls into Austin, TX for the second stop of The Enneagram Journey Toward Wholeness Tour '22! Maybe we'll call this episode an Enneagram podcast collab with The Enneagram Journey and Austin Enneagram, oh yeah, that is the podcast that Leigh and Elizabeth host! This is a loaded episode: "the hedgehog story" What have they learned hosting Austin Enneagram? Are sexual subtypes the most intense? Differences between 4 and 7 Stance Work aaaaaaaand more You can find listen to Austin Enneagram wherever you get your podcasts as well as at austinenneagram.com The Tour continues! And with tacos! lifeinthetrinityministry.com/tour22 Dallas, TX - June 3-4 Friday night with Katy Alaniz (4) and Justine Guzman (1) Denver, CO - July 15-16 Friday night with Nadia Bolz-Weber (8) Get more information and your tickets today at lifeinthetrinityministry.com/tour22 ! Today's Introduction: Sesame Street with Seth Rogan (2011) Give Peace a Chance, The Very Best of John Lennon Marlena Graves, The Enneagram Journey (March 2021)
How can knowing yourself better as a military spouse, military fiance or military girlfriend help you during a deployment or military separation? That's the big question I asked Lisa Winbolt a military spouse Enneagram Coach today and guys, you need to hear her answer! Not only is self awareness very powerful, I promise you that Lisa Winbolt will shed some new light into how you can make some small adjustments that will dramatically effect how much you thrive or struggle during a military separation or deployment
In today's episode, I talk with Erin Baute about the Enneagram and how that can help us to learn more about ourselves and become better parents in the process. Join us! You can connect with Erin on Instagram @livingtheenneagram ► Subscribe to my YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoFMYuRYxQS6LR10bqneIOA?sub_confirmation=1 Get your copy of my book here - https://amzn.to/2LFw3l0 Join my FREE Facebook group where we talk about all things parenting - https://www.facebook.com/groups/powerfulparentingfortodayskids/ Follow me online here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ErinTaylorOfficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/erintaylor_ma/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-taylor-5706bb1/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerful-parenting/support
Hey, Dude! In today's episode, we're tackling the remaining main characters, Allison, Mona, Ezra, Toby, and Caleb! We're having another conversation, live typing-style episode where I take you through the process I go through when typing characters as I watch a new show/movie and provide specific examples of WHY the are likely "x" type. Interested in going through the process of finding your Enneagram type and how it applies to your current season of life? Learn about Enneagram coaching on my website at livjamescoaching.com! SOCIAL MEDIA: @dudeilovethatpodcast | @heyitslivjames
This week we continue our focus on couples and the Enneagram by taking another look at my conversation with Abner and Amanda Ramirez (better known as Johnnyswim). I break down a few sections I found that exemplify the ways their types complement each other as well as where they might struggle. If you'd like to know more about how you and your partner can better relate to each other, get a copy of your couples report here. (Use the code COUPLES to get 10% off). P.S. Abner and Amanda have a new album out titled, Johnnsywim. Check it out.
Welcome to another inspiring episode of our No Labels, No Limits podcast as we are joined by Stephani Cook. She starts by saying, "It's never too late to start living your dream life". This is more than a motto for Stephani, who left a 25-year career and started over... on the day before the pandemic started in 2020. She says that the Enneagram has given her the language and the courage to live On Purpose, With Purpose and For Purpose.Now, just two years after leaving her career, Stephani is a successful Enneagram life coach, speaker, and creator of On Purpose Coaching, where she helps others to improve relationships and to discover intentional abundant living. She is also the host of the, What's Your Story Podcast, her co-host Hannah Conway.Stephani leaves us with some final words of wisdom when she says, "You can learn to live on purpose, with purpose and for purpose - which I believe describes the abundant life promised to believers in John 10:10."Learn more and connect with Stephani here:http://www.instagram.com/stephani_cookhttp://www.facebook.com/stephaniscookhttp://www.stephanicook.org Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Diner Talks with James this week is with my dear friend, Sexual Violence Awareness and Healthy Relationships Speaker, Bonny Shade. We first kicked it off talking about buffalo wings with proper “wingo” and diner orders. She then told me about growing up with less than enough in Lake Worth, Florida, and what decisions her family made to set her up for success and make ends meet. From that time, Bonny developed a fascinating and, at times, debilitating relationship with money and finances. She then flipped the script on me and asked me to talk about my insecurities that I am still working on from high school. We talked about the desire to be relevant and fear of being irrelevant. We then discussed the Enneagram. Bonny is a type 3, “the achiever,” so that launched us into a important convo about being perfectionists in work, our marriages, and as parents. One of the most powerful moments was when Bonny told the story about how she never wanted to be a mom and her journey to being proud to be a mother. This was a beautiful episode, y'all. Hope you enjoy it! About the Guest: Bonny Shade helps student leaders and professionals learn how to prevent sexual violence, build healthy relationships, and empower each other to feel like they belong. As a professional speaker and curriculum designer with her own company, Bonny Shade Speaks, she travels and speaks to over 10,000 students annually. She also serves as the Associate Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life at UNC Charlotte. When she's not working, Bonny enjoys spending time with her family - her partner Chris and their 2 tiny humans. She loves chicken wings (bone- in only), bourbon, and a good pun. Connect and learn more: https://www.bonnyshade.com/ (https://www.bonnyshade.com/) @bonnyshadebb on Instagram and TikTok Book me - https://www.bonnyshade.com/contactus (https://www.bonnyshade.com/contactus) About the Host: Friends! Here's a somewhat stuffy bio of me: I am an author, professional speaker, coach, host, and entrepreneur. My first book, Leading Imperfectly: The value of being authentic for leaders, professionals, and human beings, is available wherever people buy books. I speak internationally to willing and unwilling attendees about authenticity, vulnerability, and leadership. My clients include American Express, General Electric (GE), Accenture, Yale University, The Ohio State University, and many others. As a speaker, I am doing the two things I loves the most: making people think and making people laugh! I host my own events multiple times a year. They are 2-day events called Living Imperfectly Live (and sometimes they are 1-day virtual events). They are a space where humans from every walk of life can come together to be part of a community on the pursuit of badassery. The goal is to help attendees start living the life we say we want to live. Alas, you're here because of an idea I had a number of years ago and didn't think I was good enough to pull it off. I finally acted on it and alas Diner Talks with James was born! As you can see from what I do in my professional life, Diner Talks is alligned with everything I believe in and teach. If this wasn't dry enough, and you would like to know more info about my speaking, events, or coaching feel free to check out my website: JamesTRobo.com. Let's Be Friends on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jamestrobo (https://www.instagram.com/jamestrobo) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jamestrobo (https://www.facebook.com/jamestrobo) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesrobilotta/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesrobilotta/) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/JamesRobilottaCSP (https://www.youtube.com/JamesRobilottaCSP) Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/JamesTRobo (https://www.twitter.com/JamesTRobo) Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others...
In Part 2 of our Q&A, Luke and Josh talk about what it's like when they disagree with each other. You'll hear what they have to say about one another as they explain and discuss Enneagram personality types. The combination of their two personality types leads to some insights about how our hosts work together, and the influence this combination exerts on things like decision making, strengths, drawbacks, and more. Let us know your thoughts in the episode comments! And you can get more in-depth information and added details not included in the episode from our show notes. Visit www.staypaidpodcast.com. Connect | Resources Take our Listener Survey! Tell us what's working and what you would like to hear. - https://bit.ly/3NcoaTS 0:00 Introduction 0:11 What is it like when you disagree with each other and how do you resolve the issue? 9:56 If you could pick another career, what would it be? 11:12 What is your favorite memory that you share with each another? 13:45 If you could go back and tell your younger self anything, what would it be? To learn how to generate more referrals and repeat business, visit: www.remindermedia.com Follow Stay Paid: https://www.tiktok.com/@staypaid_podcast https://www.facebook.com/staypaidpodcast https://www.instagram.com/staypaidpodcast
On this bonus episode we talked to creativity coach and accredited Enneagram Practitioner, Erin Hallagan Clare, about how to get through our own struggles with creativity and the fundamental role it plays in all of our lives, regardless of career, whether we know it or not. We also talked about the Enneagram and how it's different than other personality tests and whether or not any of it matters and how. Erin is the founder and Artistic Director of Story Parlor in Asheville, North Carolina. To learn more about her storytelling workshops and creativity coaching check out https://storyparloravl.com/ and on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/storyparloravl/For early access to the full episode click here to follow us on Patreon. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode Brenda and Julia are joined by Enneagram Alchemist Amy to get real and raw on everything we need to know about Enneagrams! We talk: -What is an Enneagram -How to discover and learn about your Enneagram -What a “wing number” is -Centers of intelligence -How knowing your and others numbers can help with communication -How knowing your number can help identify and break bad habits or help elevate your skills and talents -How knowing your Enneagram can help in your friendships/ romantic relationships/ work relationships -How Enneagram play a role in your sex life -The impact of nature/on your Enneagram -How people with the same numbers can be alike and different ♡ Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rawring-twenties-podcast/id1494981855 ♡ Subscribe to RAWring Twenties on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqIjQO1tys3_U-aaHYkHUuA Check out our website and shop the new merchandise: ♡ www.rawringtwentiespodcast.com Contact #R20 Squad! ♡Email: RAWringtwentiespodcast@gmail.com ♡Instagram: @rawringtwentiespodcast Host personal pages: ♡Brenda @balancewithbrenda, @officialbrendaa ♡Julia @Julia_tolchin
Lindsay Fricks is a high-level real estate agent in the hot Phoenix Arizona market with her own team. In her own words, Lindsay says there is no such thing as a five-day work week in her business, so she subscribes to the work hard, play harder mentality. But, with the housing market changing, Lindsay wanted to find new tools to help her build rapport with her clients and more intimacy in her personal life. She was interested in learning more about the Enneagram, so I thought it would be fun to bring her on the show for a fan favorite live Enneagram typing session. Lindsay is a high achiever from a family of high achievers. She admits to being intense and assertive, with a BDE energy. She also admits to putting up walls when she isn't perceived as she wants to be, which can cause a disconnect in her relationships. On this episode of The Leadership Formula, Lindsay and I explore how, as Enneagram type 3, the Competitive Achiever, she's born to make stuff happen while making it all look easy. But all of that climbing the ladder of success and competitiveness can lead to burnout and empty victories. Listen in to understand how Lindsay can learn to leverage her 2 and 4 wings to integrate into the direction of the Enneagram type 6, her growth number, to slow down, avoid burnout, and for more connection, intimacy, and freedom in her business and her life. What You Will LearnWhy Enneagram 3s feel like they need to be the best to be worthy of loveWhy social Enneagram 3's are the ultimate chameleon of the EnneagramWhy 3s should lean into their 4 wing to figure out why they want to winWhy leaning into their 2 wing can help 3s create more intimacy by digging into what others needHow 3s can use their 4 wing to find more meaning in their victoriesHow 3s can use the healthy part of the Enneagram 9 to communicate the ‘win, win' to othersHow Enneagram 3s can use their growth number type 6 to become more strategic instead of bulldozing to the finish lineConnect with LindsayLindsay Fricks:https://lindsayfricks.com/Lindsay on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/lindsay.fricks/?hl=enConnect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/Email Tracy firstname.lastname@example.org Resources Book an Enneagram Kickstart Session:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Email email@example.com
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Jealousy is often an under-discussed issue in achieving marriage and life goals. Join Christa in a brief convo and exercises in addressing and discharging jealousy that arises as we do our work with intention. Join the E + M Membership, the E + M Collective here! Doors close June 14! Head on over to enneagramandmarriage.com to check out all of our amazing freebies and resources! Instagram: @enneagramandmarriage | @enneagrammarriagepod Facebook @ enneagramandmarriage Have a specific question? Fill out this form to get your personal questions answered now! Or leave us a comment or question by sending an MP4 recording to firstname.lastname@example.org. (You can use your voice memos app on your iPhone to record). Love what you're learning on E + M? Make sure you leave us a 5-Star review so others can find us, too right >> here
Interested in the enneagram but dont know how to nail down your type? On this mini episode, Grizel shares 3 tips for figuring out your type, as well as offers insights to why the enneagram framework can be a great tool for personal development. Resources from this episode: Underneath It All Instagram: @underneathitallpodUnderneath it All EpisodesUIA is listener supported. Join our PATREON to support the show and have early access and more.Follow Grizel on Instagram: @_grizel_Check out Steph's guide at: https://ninetypes.co/selftyping-guideAnd be sure to follow Steph on Instagram at: @ninetypescoAs well as her Podcast: askanenneagramcoach.comAnother great Enneagram resource: @beatrice.chestnutFiguring out your mistypes worksheets: HERETake this 2 minute Survey to plan a trip with Grizel!Buy the Enneagram Workbook HERE. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255Start therapy with talkspace here: https://friend-referral.talkspace.com?refid=2797005TROVO TRIP INFORMATION: https://my.trovatrip.com/public/l/email/grizelEnjoy 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.Additional Music was found by using Epidemic Sound. Podcast cover artwork designed by Alex.
In this episode, Jesse and Lindsey talk through how 4s prefer to approach and resolve conflict. Then they interview podcaster Eric Nevins about handling conflict as a Type 4. Eric talks about the ups and downs of not speaking up or speaking up too much and how healthy conflict includes the right levels of both emotion and conviction. Everyone also plays Pick Your Poison, where Eric's love of dad jokes gets involved. Eric's podcast: https://ericnevins.com/series/halfwaythere/ More from Eric: https://ericnevins.com/ This episode is part of our Conflict & the Enneagram series.
Dr. Elana interviews guest Erin Rocchio, a Partner at Evolution and the Founder of Wholeness at Work. Erin works with CEO's and leads teams of billion-dollar companies to help workers improve their interpersonal relationships so they can ultimately perform better. She uses many tools with her clients and teams one of which is the Enneagram. This tool helps her understand the personality types of her clients and ways to help them avoid BURNOUT. Now as a mother herself to two littles, she brings her decades of work experience to now also help moms understand their susceptibility to burnout by identifying their Enneagram. During this episode, you'll learn how your Enneagram type plays a role in how you parent and how you uniquely are susceptible to burnout - plus unique ways to “watch out” for burnout to prevent it in the first place! Topics Discussed: What is the Enneagram? How does it help you understand how you can parent better? How does your Enneagram type correlate with motherhood and your susceptibility to exhaustion and burnout? How can we use what we know about our Enneagram type to help avoid burnout in the first place! What are some “watch-outs” and practical tips we can start today to help us be better mothers, partners, workers, etc! How mothers are true LEADERS of our families and why it is so very important to understand our innate way of being so we can help lead our family! Show Notes: Products: www.ourwholenessatwork.com Coaching Services: https://evolution.team/ IG: @wholenessatwork @evolutionsvc Twitter: @wholeatwork @evolutionsvc Enneagram X Burnout Card Deck 108 Mindful Practices for Sustained Wellbeing https://ourwholenessatwork.com/pages/enneagram-burnout-card-deck Enneagram Circles https://evolution.team/enneagram-circles Burnout Recovery Circles https://evolution.team/wholeness-at-work-burnout-recovery-circles Click here to learn more about Dr. Elana Roumell's Doctor Mom Membership, a membership designed for moms who want to be their child's number one health advocate! Click here to learn more about Steph Greunke, RD's online nutrition program and community, Postpartum Reset, an intimate private community and online roadmap for any mama (or mama-to-be) who feels stuck, alone, and depleted and wants to learn how to thrive in motherhood. Listen to today's episode on our website For fifteen years, Erin has worked with executives across industries to find the sweet spot between business results and personal meaning. She designs and delivers transformational leader, team, and organization development in line with business strategy. Released in 2020, Erin's inaugural publication, Wholeness at Work: Free Yourself from Burnout for Good, addresses the science behind workplace burnout. She explores the symptoms, sources, and solutions across three levels: individual, relational, and systemic. Her Roadmap to Wholeness supports leaders in finding a lifelong path to sustainable wellbeing in their work. Erin's clients are curious, values-driven, emotionally intelligent leaders up to big things. She works with C-level executives at billion-dollar companies and founders of proven start-ups, helping them cultivate sustainable, high-performing leadership teams based on metrics that drive engagement and results. Erin brings a philosophical orientation to her work rooted in Appreciative Inquiry (strengths-based change), the Enneagram personality system, Integral theory, and neuroscience-based organizational and leadership wellbeing. Erin is a partner at Evolution, Silicon Valley's premier coaching, consulting, and investment firm that partners with start-up and high-growth companies to drive long-term, holistic success through developing leadership, alignment and culture. Evolution works exclusively with companies that strive to be iconic, world-enriching, evolutionary businesses. Erin earned a Bachelor of Science in Education and Social Policy from Northwestern University, and a Master of Science in Positive Organization Development and Change (MPOD) from Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management. She is a certified Integral Professional Coach with Integral Coaching Canada and a Senior Member of the Enneagram in Business Network. 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We know “opposites attract,” but once those opposites are married, they also can tend to drive each other crazy! We're on our Awesome Marriage Podcast 4-week summer break, and during these weeks off, we will re-share some of our favorite past episodes. These are episodes that you might have missed the first time, or that just deserve a re-listen! In this week's Worth Repeating, we're sharing the Enneagram and Your Marriage, with special guests Jeff and Beth McCord of Your Enneagram Coach. They explain what the enneagram is, why it's worth talking about and how it can help, even in conflict. They unpack how this tool can facilitate growth, compassion and understanding, point us to the Gospel, and move couples from frustration to thriving together. Subscribe to Podcast Email to make sure you never miss an episode and get noteworthy quotes, resources, and more delivered straight to your inbox! *Music for this podcast is created by Noah Copeland. Check him out here! RESOURCES Dr. Kim has an episode with Beth about how to thrive in marriage with each of the 9 types! You can find all 9 episodes here! Find everything you need at becomingus.com including the course for YOUR marriage's Enneagram combination! Beth & Jeff have a “Becoming Us” course for each type combination! Buy “Becoming Us” today! Registration is now open for FaithFULL Online Men's Retreat! Don't miss this chance to learn from like minded men who are seeking to build a life of integrity. Discounted early bird pricing is available through May 31, PLUS we have an additional 10% off for you when you use the code DRKIM10 at checkout! Honoring Intimates is a safe place to learn about marital sex and shop for the highest quality lubricant, lotions, and lingerie items at reasonable prices. There are no inappropriate images on the site and the company uses mannequins to display their lingerie. Use the code “AWESOMEMARRIAGE” to receive 20% off your entire order. You can get some one-on-one coaching with Your Enneagram Coach here. Not sure what your Enneagram Type is? You can take the free assessment here! Also be sure to take the FREE MARRIAGE ASSESSMENT here. Become a Marriage Changer and receive some sweet exclusive benefits. Learn more here! Sign up to get Dr. Kim's One Thing To Grow Your Marriage Each Day here!
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Imagine if you dealt with a debilitating migraine every day of your life and doctors didn't have the right answers to help you heal. What would you do? How would you cope? Dr. Jerome Lubbe experienced this firsthand before becoming a functional neurologist and working to improve people's well-being. The brain is a complex system, and sometimes the answers to our suffering aren't easy to come by. On this episode of God Hears Her, hosts Elisa Morgan and Eryn Eddy talk to Dr. Jerome Lubbe about the brain and the pain a lot of us face. About Our Guest: Dr. Jerome is a functional neurologist who knows that healing is possible, even when it feels impossible, because of the brain's ability to reorganize itself and create new connections. He specializes in complex and unresolved neurological cases because he knows what it's like to have an undiagnosed issue as he suffered from migraines without any answers for years! His practice also explores how functional neurology, neuroplasticity, and tools like the Enneagram can improve our well-being. Dr. Jerome created and released the first-ever neuroscience based model of the Enneagram in his book, The Brain-Based Enneagram. Notes and Quotes: I'm identified as a child of God who suffers from a mental disorder. —Dr. Jerome Lubbe Is your pain more like Job's, Paul's, or Jesus'? —Dr. Jerome Lubbe Sometimes you have to ask yourself if your pain is something you have to die to. —Dr. Jerome Lubbe My body was made by a Creator who knows more than me. —Dr. Jerome Lubbe Sometimes we think silence is God's absence. —Dr. Jerome Lubbe There is nothing more significant on earth than a deep breath. —Dr. Jerome Lubbe Verses: Ecclesiastes 3:1–8 Luke 22:42 John 17:21 Links: God Hears Her website: https://www.godhearsher.org God Hears Her newsletter sign-up: https://www.godhearsher.org/signup Subscribe on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/god-hears-her-podcast/id1511046507?utm_source=applemusic&utm_medium=godhearsher&utm_campaign=podcast Elisa's Instagram: elisa morgan author Eryn's Instagram: eryneddy Dr. Jerome Lubbe's website: https://www.drjerome.com/ Dr. Jerome Lubbe's book: https://www.amazon.com/Brain-Based-Enneagram-You-are-number/dp/173329452X/ref=asc_df_173329452X/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=508251227705&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=15529146134085583451&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9017520&hvtargid=pla-912777142742&psc=1