What would happen if we could improve our relationships? Welcome to The EnneaCast, a bi-weekly show that explores personality and the Enneagram through the lens of the gospel. Every episode combines teaching, an interview and a ridiculous game into a fascinating and fun listening experience. Hosted by certified Enneagram coaches Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis, The EnneaCast features Enneagram coaches, authors, pastors, artists and counselors sharing their wisdom and playing funny games based on their personality.
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Ep #49: Enneagram Type 4s at Work w/ Dr. Russell Moore
Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis explore the strengths and pitfalls of vocational work for Enneagram Type 4 - as well as ways to grow and tips on how to relate to Type 4 coworkers. They interview Dr. Russell Moore from the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission about being a Type 4 at work. The trio plays If You Had To, where Dr. Moore is faced with a series of hysterical ethical dilemmas. Everyone also answers Listener Questions about Type 4s and work.
Bonus Episode: Love Thy Neighborhood - Where the Gospel Meets Deconstruction
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Ep #48: Enneagram Type 3s at Work w/ Ron Kastens
Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis explore the strengths and pitfalls of vocational work for Enneagram Type 3 - as well as ways to grow and tips on how to relate to Type 3 coworkers. They interview Ministry Leadership Director Ron Kastens from Milligan University about being a Type 3 at work. Ron and Jesse face off against technology by playing Are You Smarter Than a Robot? During the game, Alexa shows she has an opinion between DC or Marvel superheroes. Everyone also answers Listener Questions about Type 3’s and work.
Ep #47: Enneagram Type 2s at Work w/ Libby McCord
Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis explore the strengths and pitfalls of vocational work for Enneagram Type 2 - as well as ways to grow and tips on how to relate to Type 2 coworkers. They interview Administrative Assistant Libby McCord from Your Enneagram Coach about being a Type 2 at work. Everyone plays the game Trial by Trolley, where Libby is called to save either all her friends or every nurse on earth - but she can only choose one. Everyone answers Listener Questions about Type 2’s and work.
Ep #46: The Enneagram at Work
In the Season 4 premiere (and Sam’s final episode), Jesse Eubanks and Sam Stevenson are joined by new co-host Lindsey Lewis to discuss the benefits of the Enneagram at work. They also explore God’s vision for work and 10 Ground Rules for using the Enneagram in a work environment. Everyone plays the Best Friends Game, where Lindsey shocks Jesse and Sam when she reveals her favorite phone app. Plus, Sam gives an important life update as she says farewell to the hosting chair.
The Enneagram Goes to Work in Season 4 of the EnneaCast!
Have you ever struggled to get along with your coworkers? Or wondered why you act one way at work and another at home? Join Jesse Eubanks and his new co-host Lindsey Lewis as they guide you through the Enneagram in the workplace. Learn your Type’s response to leadership, common pitfalls, and the unique gifts you bring to a work environment. PLUS - Tips on how to relate to other Types!
Appearances by Dr. Russell Moore, Enneagram author Clare Loughrige, music artist Dave Barnes and the creator of the Instagram account The Black Enneagram, Dayo Ajanaku!
Season 4 premieres Tuesday May 4th.
The Best Podcast about the Enneagram
I’ve listened to a lot of podcasts about the enneagram and this is by far the best one. Not only do they do a wonderful job explaining each enneagram type, they also do a deep dive into different topics and how each number responds. A great place to learn information about yourself and how to interact with others. If I could give it more stars I would!
My future wife (gf at the time) introduced me to the Enneagram and the Enneacast. This podcast really helped us to understand one another better and describe things we think and feel. Plus, I love the Gospel perspective they put on the Enneagram. It magnifies Jesus to think how He portrayed the strengths of all nine types!
Just a fantastic podcast! I love your patient kindness towards your approach to the different types. Thank you for the thorough applications and descriptions of the types.