I’m a big fan of the Enneagram. And so was very pleased to be a guest on my friend (and wonderful author) Ian Morgan Cron‘s popular podcast, Typology — a podcast about the Enneagram, that peskily-popular personality test that identifies us as a number between 1 and 9 in an effort to help us become more aware of ourselves and others, and so healthier. The whole number thing sounds like a human lottery, but it sure is helpful. I’m a “2.” IE. A people pleaser. So I hope this podcast pleases you to the utmost.
Andrew is authoring his second book – Winds of Heaven, Stuff of Earth: Spiritual Conversations Inspired by the Life and Lyrics of Rich Mullins – releasing on Worthy Publishing September 5. More than a biography or tribute, Andrew’s book will continue the dialogue began during his potent life here on earth – conversations like inclusion and belonging, relationship versus religion, and death and eternity. Featured contributors include artists and authors Amy Grant, Andrew Peterson, Ashley Cleveland, Jason Gray, Ian Morgan Cron, Brandon Heath, Sara Groves, Cindy Morgan, Jimmy Abegg, Rich’s brother, David Mullins, and many others.
Look for the book available everywhere September 5, as well as a special edition of “Features on Film” from CCM Magazine, featuring in depth conversations with Andrew and select contributors.
My good friend Cindy Morgan and I were thrilled to join friends, authors and Enneagram experts Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile on their insightful and charming “Road Back To You” podcast. Listen to it here OR subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
“Do you ever wonder how the Enneagram can help in your relationship with another person?
Maybe you work with someone who is on the opposite side of the personality spectrum, and you have a hard time connecting or relating to them.
Well, this week’s podcast should be very helpful for you!
Ian and Suzanne interview Cindy Morgan (Enneagram 4) and Andrew Greer (Enneagram 2); two of Nashville’s finest singer/songwriters who write, tour and sing together.
While they are both in the heart/feeling triad, Cindy, as an Enneagram 4 tends to focus inward while Andrew, an Enneagram 2, directs all his energy toward others. In their delightful conversation, you will begin to see how their two orientations help strengthen their bond and make them the incredibly creative and productive duo that they are today.
And if that wasn’t enough, they will perform two songs, live in The Road Back To You studio.”