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A Day In the Life of an Enneagram 9: Phil D.

A Day In the Life of an Enneagram 9: Phil D.

I’m going to periodically be doing a new blog series where I will interview someone about their experiences with the Enneagram. The goal is to help paint a picture about what it is like to be each number. My hope is that it will help you understand yourself and...
Check Your Ego At The Door

Check Your Ego At The Door

Ego is a complicated thing. From a psychological perspective, our ego is the part of us that is concerned with self-esteem or self-importance. Our ego tries to argue that we are good, competent, well-liked, and successful. It gathers information from our environment...
Rediscovering Lent

Rediscovering Lent

I never used to like lent. I didn’t like the idea of giving up something random like coffee or TV in order to try to bring me closer to God. I had a bad attitude about it. As we entered the season of lent this year, I felt similarly, but I decided to be thoughtful and...
Listen To Your Body

Listen To Your Body

One of the people I follow on Twitter posted the following question the other day: “It’s really difficult for me (even when I’m feeling good, like today) to eat anything in the morning. I am just rarely hungry. At all. Tips? Tricks? Skip breakfast and don’t worry?...
Don’t Hesitate to Use “Tricks”

Don’t Hesitate to Use “Tricks”

Have you ever had the experience where you were trying to remember something important, but then it just slipped your mind? The reality is our lives are complicated, and we have to keep track of a lot of stuff. Don’t hesitate to use “tricks” to help you remember the...
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