What is the Enneagram?
It is your internal GPS.
The Enneagram (Ennea=9, Gram=Diagram) is simply a map (GPS) for self-discovery and personal growth. The diagram describes the 9 basic personality types based upon their unique ways of relating to the world.
The Enneagram accurately and clearly describes why you think, feel and behave in particular ways based upon your core fears and core desires.
The power of the Enneagram is in its ability to harness and transform self-defeating behaviors into life-enhancing personal empowerment. The gift of the Enneagram is that through self-discovery, one can create and sustain meaningful and lasting relationships with others, God and themselves.
Become Your Truest Self
Become a Closer Couple & Family
Become A Emotionally Intelligent Team
To learn more about the Enneagram and how Beth McCord, Your Enneagram Coach, works with clients, listen to these podcasts below. Enjoy!
Feathers with Amy Bennett
In this episode, Beth McCord shares about the Enneagram and how that can impact your faith. She shares how knowing and leveraging her type helped her start her Enneagram coaching and courses.
For over 15 years, Beth has been speaking, coaching and teaching courses on the Enneagram. However, her greatest strength is the ability to come alongside anyone and help them re-write their story, allowing them to see that lasting change, meaningful relationships, and a life of deep purpose is possible.
Stumptown Christian with Andee Zomerman
The Enneagram Coach, Beth McCord, assists others in learning about their Enneagram types, but also helps each client know how to get through life a little easier with the knowledge. She explains each type as viewing the world with different color glasses. We can experience the same event, but our outlook will depend on our individual approaches to the event.
Listen to Beth explain the Enneagram and find out how you can benefit from this knowledge.
Don't Feed the Trolls with Nate and Matt
Enneagram coach Beth McCord joins to discuss the 3 Triads or "Intelligence Centers", 9 basic types (or "Ways of seeing the world"), and introduces us to the different motivations of people, and why we think and behave in different ways.