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The Road Back to You: Looking at Life Through the Lens of the Enneagram

By Ian Morgan Cron & Suzanne Stabile

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Description

This weekly podcast, hosted by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile, looks at life through the lens Enneagram, an ancient personality type system that describes how human beings are wired. Submit questions with #theroadback2u on twitter.

Customer Reviews

Room for Improvement

I agree with other reviewers who have said that this podcast could use some editing. I like each of the hosts; in particular, I have heard Suzanne Stabile on other podcasts and recordings and have enjoyed her teachings. However, this podcast is seriously lacking in direction, information, and diversity of "types". My biggest complaint is that the hosts have really failed to adequately summarize the enneagram istelf and, maybe more importantly, each enneagram type. Instead, each podcast is simply an interview of one of their friends, and they just jump right in with inside jokes and silliness, rather than giving the listener some context for what they are about to listen to. The interviews seem haphazard and meandering, and the audio quality is sometimes poor. They're not very even-handed in terms of which enneagram types they've interviewed -- I think they've interviewed three type 4s at this point, but have failed to inverview a single type 1 or type 3. I know that the two hosts know their stuff, but its hard to tell that from this podcast. I will probably read their book despite my experience with this podcast, but I don't think I will be listening to future episodes. They really do have some amazing potential here that I think they are failing to capitalize on. For people who are interested in really delving deep into the enneagram via a podcast, I heartily recommend trying out the "Wild Crazy Meaningful Ennneagram" podcast instead. Keep in mind though, that that one does not come from a Christian perspective, and so may not appeal to some listeners. However, it is succeeding at what this one fails to do, which is to engage and really inform the listener.

Good but needs a better foundation

The hosts on this podcasts are super nice people. And great teachers. But the podcast would do better if they were to flesh out each number instead of just referring to numbers and interviewing guests that line up with certain numbers before filling the listener in on what each number actually means.

podcast doesn't do the enneagram justice

The enneagram is an excellent tool, however this podcast did not hit their stride yet, perhaps season 2 will be better. If you want to know the enneagram deeper this podcast is NOT for you. It is a supplement. If you do not know the enneagram well enough (knowing what each number is and characteristics of those numbers) then this podcast is NOT for you. They do not refer to what each number is and do not dive deeper into the numbers. It is merely talking to guests about why knowing the enneagram was helpful to them... vague responses that typically look the same over the episodes. Also, Suzanne tends to interject her story and her experiences a lot in each episode, which takes away from the guest, and also takes up a lot of time in the episode. I think maybe the intent is for people to get interested in knowing more about their number and taking initiative to dig deeper on their own. Ian is great at asking wise questions to dive deeper into knowing a guest and their number more, however each episode just does not do justice to what we could potentially learn.
Either way it is not something I can recommend to other people or my clients.

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