33 episodes

This weekly podcast, hosted by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile, looks at life through the lens Enneagram, an ancient personality type system that describes how human beings are wired. Submit questions with #theroadback2u on twitter.

The Road Back to You: Looking at Life Through the Lens of the Enneagram Ian Morgan Cron & Suzanne Stabile

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.4, 704 Ratings

This weekly podcast, hosted by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile, looks at life through the lens Enneagram, an ancient personality type system that describes how human beings are wired. Submit questions with #theroadback2u on twitter.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
704 Ratings

704 Ratings

MadMane&Tail ,

Sold on the system

I stumbled onto this podcast and am SO glad. Suzanne and Ian are incredible hosts, and I appreciate the guests they are able to have and the questions and insights they offer. This has honestly been a game-changer for me in faith and personally.

Love the Enneagram People ,

Wow

So cool.

Moltak ,

Problems in production

I love the enneagram and the great tool it is for mining the depths of our hearts. Also, I have read the book and I really enjoy Ian & Suzanne, their insights and wisdom.
I believe the problems with this podcast are in production and editing. I’m not sure who is responsible for it, but they are missing some big items:
1) Mark the early episode with the “cursing 8” as explicit. Not hard to do. At the very least, a warning should be at the beginning of the show. Any podcast worth it’s salt will think about that.
2) I am about 6 or 8 episodes in and I really hope they figure out how to fix their recording issues. Ian & Suzanne’s voices are fine when they intro and conclude the show but during the interview portion it is clear they are on some sort of speakerphone from a conference room or something. It’s very distracting and hard to hear their comments at times. It sounds like they are in a bathroom. I think they should both have their own mics at the very least...in a studio would be best, but I know that’s not always realistic. Furthermore, if you are going to be interviewing a guest via phone, please request that they find a quiet place during the call and gently remind them not to be multi-tasking during the interview. It’s very unprofessional.
Again, you should know what it will sound like long before you record and post the show. These are rookie mistakes.
3) Plan your interview questions and make notes when people answer so you don’t repeat the question. Send the interviewee the questions ahead of time and edit out long pauses later. The Michael Gungor episode should have been so much better but it felt a bit like a production train wreck.

FULL DISCLOSURE: I am a 4 and a bit of snob about production quality. I am going to keep listening but this bothered me so much I felt compelled to say something. Your content and book are worthy of better podcast production treatment.

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