I first heard about the Enneagram at a dinner in 2016. I’ve since enjoyed learning more about it.
Everybody leads somebody — even if that somebody is just yourself. I don’t know about you, but leading myself is probably the hardest thing I do. The Enneagram of Discernment is helping me along the path to flourishing.
How does your personality type help and hinder your ability to make wise decisions?
We are too often rich in information and poor in wisdom. And when we encounter life’s decisions, big and small, we engage the information available through the lens of our personality.
The Enneagram of Discernment: The Way of Vocation, Wisdom, and Practice breaks new ground in the enneagram field, introducing Dr. Drew Moser’s innovative approach to exploring the enneagram to discover calling, cultivate wisdom, and develop habits that help you make wise decisions, whether they be important or mundane. This is not your ordinary enneagram book.
Weaving theology, spirituality, neuroscience, and psychology, Dr. Moser introduces you to The Way of Discernment: a journey of nine key questions each of us must consider when faced with a decision. Each of these nine questions are grouped into three triads: The Vocation Triad, The Wisdom Triad, and The Practice Triad.
This is an enneagram resource for anyone looking for help in making better decisions. Whether you’re new to the enneagram, or have been working with the enneagram for many years, The Enneagram of Discernment is an essential resource.
I drink one protein shake a day. I am experimenting with drinking it first thing in the morning. Starting my day with protein helps me feel fuller and more energetic throughout the day. It also helps me hit my protein macro goals each day. This ready to drink protein shake is convenient to grab and go.
I make at least one pizza a week at home. I used to get frustrated, trying to fit it on a cookie sheet, etc. I finally purchased a few pizza screens. These are very similar to what we used when I worked at Dominos in High School. They make baking a pizza a cinch.
A Quote from I’m Thinking About
Anger. Shame. Fear. Their ability to thwart the gift and pracice of discernment is pervasive and persistent. But this isn’t the end of the story. The more familiar we becom ewith our obstacles, the less moinously they loom over us … We must journey through. When we do, our experiences with anger, shame and fear can transform from impediments to invitations.” ― Dr. Drew Moser