Listen in on my interview with Ashton Whitmoyer-Ober of @enneagramashton. This was such a fun conversation and definitely worth the listen.
We’re officially into February, so what else are we going to talk about? In this post, I share my top 8 tips for using the Enneagram as a couple.
Typing fictional characters can tell us a lot about ourselves and the Enneagram itself. This episode explores how.
Setting a new intention for yourself as we move into 2022? These encouragements from Kim might help you bring your intentions into focus in a way that doesn’t add something to your to-do list.
Sometimes Enneagram growth can feel like a hard workout regime.
This episode is your metaphorical rest day.
I hope you have a gentle, lovely Christmas (or are able to find the lovely moments if the season is stressful for you).
Today I want to share something with you that I call the N.I.C.E. method, which is my way of joining the spiritual aspect of growth (intangible, beyond our scope, and something that we can't make happen) with the practical side of things (the faithful action; moving...
If you are like I was when I first got into the Enneagram, you might want it to be your plus 1 for all of your holiday gatherings this year! But that can make for some awkward conversations if you’re pointing out someone’s deep-seated unhealthy patterns, am I right?
I share 4 tips to help you navigate wanting to share about your newest passion without typing your people out loud (which would be a bad idea).
It can be so hard to navigate healthy boundaries around the holidays. I’ll be sharing more over the next few episodes, but let’s kick off our conversation with this replay of a live video about holidays and boundaries.
Endings, transitions, and change – whether they’re our choice or not, good or bad – can bring grief and difficulty while we work through them to the other side. This episode offers some insight into how your Enneagram type might react to endings, and some invitations to help you process them with health and intentionality.
Here’s part 2 of my conversation with Chris & Jamie Bailey of Expedition Marriage, where they share how to study your spouse and seek to understand their perspective to stop unhealthy patterns in your reactions and communication. I hope you enjoy it!
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