Courses, coaching and community to help you discover your best self using the tool of the Enneagram through the lens of the Gospel.
The Enneagram is a model for identifying nine distinct personality types. More than identifying only strengths or surface-level behaviors, it gives incredibly accurate and useful insights into the stories we’re telling ourselves, the root motives behind behaviors, and charts a specific path for each type for growth and performance improvement.
Most other personality tools measure how you do tasks and primarily focus on external behaviors, while the Enneagram helps people see their motivations and the why behind what they do.
Since the Enneagram is an incredibly helpful tool at exposing our heart’s intent, it’s important to approach the Enneagram with our faith front and center. Honestly, without grace, the Enneagram would be depressing. Beth McCord writes, “While the Enneagram reveals each of our strengths, motivations and heart longings, it also reveals our core fears, weaknesses, insecurities and sin tendencies. Those parts are not so flattering, acting as our Achilles’ heels and causing pain and frustration in our hearts and relationships.”
While the Enneagram is a powerful tool we can use to better understand ourselves and others, and view life in a more meaningful way, it’s only through finding our identity in Christ that we’ll experience true freedom in everyday life and relationships.
Focus on following the rules and doing things the right way. They are motivated by perfecting themselves, others and the world around them.
Warm, Caring, Giving. Motivated by a need to be loved, needed and to avoid acknowledging their own personal needs.
Success-oriented, driven, image-conscious, and wired for productivity. Motivated by a need to succeed, to appear successful and to avoid failure at all costs.
Motivated by the need to be as unique as possible—they never want to be ordinary. They are also very focused on feeling all of their emotions.
Love to learn, analytical, emotionally, detached and private. They are constantly striving to conserve energy, learn more about the world and avoid relying on others.
They value friendship and loyalty but are also worst-case scenario thinkers. Motivated by fear, safety, security and support.
Fun, spontaneous, and adventurous, type sevens are motivated by a need to be happy and to plan stimulating experiences with endless possibilities and to avoid emotional pain or discomfort.
Motivated by their need to assert strength and control over everyone around them, and to never look weak and vulnerable. They can be described as defenders or protectors, as they are passionate about caring for the underdog.
Value harmony, comfort and peace. They are motivated by a need to always keep the peace, merge with others and avoid conflict at all costs. They go with the flow and tend to let others take control so that they can make other people happy.
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In this 5-session series we will dive into your Type. We will set goals for your coaching sessions, discuss stress and growth points. We will also dig deep in discussing your wings, triad, levels of development, childhood patterns, defense mechanisms, conflict and communication patterns.