By Seth Harshman, Steven Jones
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The E9 Podcast is our attempt to use Enneagram language to listen to the stories of people who are not like us. We want to learn from them and gain their perspective on life. And maybe, through a shared language, we can explore together the shared humanity that goes deeper than our differences.
||ExplicitMegan Gilmore Inspires us to Trust Again||Our friend Megan Gilmore sets us straight on what being an 8 is really like, and in the process inspires us to live fully and to trust people again.||9/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitErik Fisher Helps Us Better Understand Being a 5||Our friend Erik Fisher talks productivity, commiserates with us about being 5s, and things get pretty dark. And funny?||9/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNuk Kongkaw Introduces Us to Whole New Perspectives||Seth's Friend Nuk shares with us her experiences as a Third Culture Kid, and sheds light on the Enneagram as a means of relating to people who are different than us.||8/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitLuke Anspach Tells About Becoming a Healthy Type 3||Seth's friend Luke Anspach joins us to talk about life as a type 3, and what it means for him to move toward maturity and health.||7/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAndrew Lutrull Discovers His Type||We talk with our friend Andrew Lutrull about his life, his art, and his experience with the Enneagram. Together, we uncover what we think is his type, and wonder what that might mean for him.||7/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWelcome to Something Different||We introduce ourselves and and the purpose of this podcast, which is to really listen to the stories of others, through the lens of the Enneagram.||7/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Excellent! One of the best new Enneagram resources available. Keep em coming!
An Enneagram neophyte, these guys and their guests are opening up a new avenue of self-exploration to me. Each episode is progressively better from a technical standpoint, too and Seth and Steve are evolving into better and better hosts/interlocutors/listeners. Thanks, guys!