Integrating the Enneagram to move the needle in your life
It’s Tuesday which means it’s time for another EnneaTalk episode. As we wrapped up our series with the Enneagram types last week, I figured it was time to talk about the most important part—integration. Integrating the Enneagram is where the magic happens, and I discuss just how to do that, what it looks like, and how it can change your life for the better.
Listen to this week’s episode to hear how integration can mean transformation, how in order to lead you have to know how to lead yourself, and how knowing how to use the Enneagram is the first step in transforming every aspect of your life.
Information doesn’t mean transformation
Whether you are a seasoned Enneagram user or a newbie just figuring out what your type is, I discuss the importance of integration and how the overload of information out there doesn’t necessarily mean transformation. I discuss how if you are using the Enneagram and aren’t seeing results in your life, it is crucial to ensure you are typed correctly, which can be difficult without a guide.
Leading yourself first before others
I dive into how the Enneagram can be used as one of the greatest tools in your toolbox if you know how to use it. I share how it can help shift your focus from self-sabotage and destruction to love and compassion, and how self-awareness and understanding yourself can help you become a better leader.
I discuss how learning the Enneagram was the greatest gift I never saw coming, how I learned and help others learn to integrate it into all aspects of their life, and how it moved the needle in my business, relationships, finances, and family.
The Enneagram, as you’ve heard me say, is an amazing tool—it’s the greatest personal development tool I have ever used.
I love watching the light bulbs go off for people, and all of a sudden all this self doubt, and beating themselves up goes away.
I’m all about leadership, but leadership starts with you.
The best way to lead is to lead yourself first.
When we can get you back on track to who you were always meant to be and understanding who you are really, everything starts to shift.
You have to be in integrity in all areas of your life, honestly to be the most effective leader.
You can compartmentalize areas of your life but you can’t compartmentalize integrity.
Learning how to use this tool has really kept me on track the last decade.
When you are able to have compassion and love for yourself, you can freely give it to other people.
Integrating the Enneagram in all aspects of my life makes things a lot easier and I want to help you do the same.