As someone desiring to become their best and most authentic self, how would you rate that for 2018?
As you look ahead to 2019, in the context of personal growth, it is useful to evaluate the previous year. It's helpful to look at its successes, failures, life lessons and themes before attempting to create a different outcome in the year ahead.
Unless you bring clarity to where you’ve been and where you are, you will struggle to get to where you want to go in the future.
I created the New Year: New Journey assessment to help you identify which of the life zones you are currently living in so that you can determine the areas of life you want to transform in 2019.
Select your type below for a personalized 2018 Year in Review Assessment.
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I'm so excited for what the next year holds for you!
How Exploring this Ancient Symbol Can Deepen Our Walk With Christ
Hello, friends! It’s Your Enneagram Coach, Beth, here. Welcome to our new blog home! We created this space to provide you with more information, stories and resources as you take a Gospel-centered approach to the Enneagram. Our hope is that this blog will be a great tool for you as you use the Enneagram to transform into your most authentic and fulfilled self. We want to help fuse your personal story with a rich learning experience rooted in Christ and his perfecting work in you, no matter your Type.
What’s the Enneagram Anyway?
Perhaps you’ve heard about the Enneagram for awhile now, but you assumed it’s just another personality test. You may have used those tests in determining if you’re introvert or extrovert, or what career path might best suit your skill set. While those tests are fun, and useful in helping us pinpoint our particular preferences and tendencies, they usually stop...
Beth was featured on Adam Young’s podcast “The Place We Find Ourselves” episode 30 and 31.
Enneagram expert Beth McCord and Adam Young begin to explore the question of “How might your Enneagram type influence the way you experience abuse or harm? And how might your Enneagram type influence the way you respond to abuse or harm?” Their conversation begins with a discussion of the intersection of trauma and the Enneagram, and then concludes by looking specifically at Types Eight, Nine, and One in episode 30 and Types Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, and Seven in episode 31.
Hi, Friends. It’s Your Enneagram Coach Beth, back to give you a simple overview of the Enneagram. If you or someone you know could benefit from learning more about this simple map for self-discovery and growth (Hint: We can all benefit!), this will be a great place to start.
The Enneagram (Ennea=9, Gram=Diagram) outlines nine basic Personality Types that clearly describes why each of us thinks, feels and behaves in particular ways based on our core fears and desires. This powerful tool can help us harness and transform self-limiting behaviors into life-enhancing personal empowerment. It can also help us create and sustain meaningful healthy relationships with God, others and ourselves.
Discover Your Enneagram Type
Identifying your Enneagram type is the exciting first step to uncovering the power of the Enneagram as a tool for becoming your best self. You can take our free assessment here.
All Types operate in us to some degree, but there’s one we use...
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