In this two-part series, we talk about everyone’s favorite personality assessment, the Enneagram. We center the focus specifically on the Enneagram Type wings which play a critical role as they influence and complement your dominant type. In part one, we share just why your wings are so important to fully understand, and what makes them make you so incredibly special. In today’s music moment, Dan’l and Megan talk about how Taylor Swift’s Eras tour is on track to become one of the biggest in history. Today is all about Taylornomics… it’s Taylor Swift’s economy and we are all just living in it!
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