In this episode Joel and Antonia talk about developing a healthy relationship with your tertiary cognitive function (what we call the 10-year-old in the Car Model).
Each of the 4 learning styles (or, 'perceiving' cognitive functions) have a healthy and unhealthy expression. What do they look like when 'behaving badly'?
“Am I an Extravert or an Introvert?” “Sometimes I’m a Thinker and sometimes I’m a Feeler – it just depends.” “I used to be an INTP, but now [...]
I recently received a question in the comments section of our podcast Personality Types in Personal Development: “I never quite thought of the auxiliary function (the co-pilot) as growth [...]
There have been a couple of times in my life where I’ve heard something so powerful I instinctively knew it was going to be a Game Changer. When I use that phrase, I generally mean [...]
Understanding the Enneagram is a powerful key to self-acceptance and getting to the next level of your personal development.