Ian Morgan Cron talks about The Story of You


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I've been interested in the Enneagram for a few years now, mainly because of my fascination with frameworks. And while I've had conversations with a lot of people who know about the Enneagram I had long wanted to talk to someone who knew a lot about it.

That's why I'm delighted to have had this conversation with Ian Morgan Cron.

Ian is a bestselling author, psychotherapist, Enneagram teacher, Episcopal priest, and the host of the wildly popular podcast, "Typology," which has over 17 million downloads. His books include the Enneagram primer The Road Back to You and The Story of You: An Enneagram Journey to Becoming Your True Self.

We talked about how the Enneagram views the concept of passion, how to break free of your "broken" story, and much more in such a short timeframe. Ian also helps me figure out my own Enneagram number – a number that I figured I was but through our conversation was confirmed.

Now that I know how to fix my own broken story, I can avoid getting in my own way when it comes to giving attention to my intentions... and bringing them to life. I believe that after listening to this conversation you will find there's value in using the Enneagram to help you do the same.

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