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This week Brad Kearns is back in the hot seat as I had so much to ask him during our last conversation just a few weeks ago (you can listen to that podcast from August 4th HERE). Specifically, I wanted to clarify questions I had about his book Two Meals a Day, chat more about the value of High Intensity Repeat Training (H.I.R.T) vs HIT training, an…
 
Today we are welcoming Jim and Shanera Williamson to the show today to explore what it’s like to be married as a 7 and a 5. They’ve been married for 26 years, and this is such a great conversation on how our personalities inform our behaviors in marriage. We discuss some of their common struggles and they answer with openness and honesty. Connect w…
 
Can you recall last year when the pools were shut during our 3 lockdowns? I think the pools were closed for approximately 30 weeks from mid-March 2020 to mid-April 2021. If you were like me, you looked for alternatives. I settled for some bungee cords with hand paddles attached. Others opted for the more exotic homemade paddling pools with a tether…
 
Today is week 2 in our fall marriage makeover series. Today we are chatting with couple type 1 and 3 with Brian and Victoria Lee. You will hear that Brian is a new member of our team here at YEC, and a certified Enneagram Coach, so we are excited to chat with them about their marital dance and how they specifically interact in their personalities. …
 
On this week's show an old friend returns. I say old in two ways. Firstly I have known him a long time and secondly, he's 74. Don't let that fool you. Simon Butterworth is one of the fittest men I know. In fact, he’s probably fitter than most 40-year-olds. He’s certainly fitter than me. When I competed at the Ironman World Championships in 2017 Sim…
 
We are excited to present to you a brand new series on marriage featuring some of your favorite couples. We begin today with Gabe and Rebekah Lyons. Beth and Jeff dive into how knowing your personal type as well as your couple type, can help you navigate through the rough waters that sometimes come in marriage. When trying to help Gabe find his typ…
 
What do you do when your international rugby career ends? Try an Ironman triathlon, obviously! At least that’s the path that today's guest took. For 13 years (2000-2013) Shane Williams scorched the earth playing on the wing for Wales and the British and Irish Lions. In 2008 he was IRB World Rugby Player of the year and retired with 91 international…
 
Today Beth and Jeff have a very exciting announcement about Your Enneagram Coach, the Network. They are joined by Adam Breckenridge, Our Director of Coaches, and they discuss the benefits of getting enneagram coaching. Mentioned in this episode: NYT article Find an Enneagram Coach by checking out our new network HERE. Follow Your Enneagram Coach on…
 
On this week’s High Performance Human podcast, I’m joined once again by our favourite triathlon journalist Tim Heming. It’s been almost 2 years since Tim was last on the show and that’s largely been due to the fact that during the COVID pandemic there's been very little triathlon action. In recent months though it’s been really warming up and so Ti…
 
Today we are chatting with John Driver and Reggis Dabbs about a personal journey these two friends have been on to fight racism in their own hearts and in the church. They have written a new book, available Oct. 12 called Not So Black and White and we want to use our platform, here at YEC, to honor these stories and give voice to this important iss…
 
Today’s guest is a mindset coach and extreme adventurer, Luke Tyburski. If we just chatted about Luke's many and varied adventures it would be a good conversation, but there’s more to it than that. After fulfilling a boyhood dream to be a professional footballer, Luke was forced to retire due to injury and he fell into the crippling grasp of depres…
 
We are back with another brand new episode where a few of our certified coaches share their strengths and weaknesses in their parenting based on their own enneagram types. Stephanie(2) & Mark(1) Cook and Jared (7) & Hannah (6) Lilly share some of the patterns they’ve begun to recognize that comes with parenting out of their types. Connect with our …
 
4 years ago I met Eric Hinman at the Endurance Coaching Summit in Boulder. Eric was presenting a workshop on using social media to boost a coaching profile. Since then I’ve followed Eric on Instagram and been impressed with his posts, growing influence, and the apparent way in which he lives his life. It seems to tick all of the High Performance Hu…
 
We are so excited to address the topic of parenting on today’s show. We are welcoming 2 couples to the show today to discuss the way their own Enneagram types influence their children. Welcome Libby (8) and Tyler (3) Cole as well as Toya (4) and Melvin (5) Poplar to the show to discuss their uniques struggles with parenting and how parenting can be…
 
Back in late 2016, I came across the book Primal Endurance. I read it from cover to cover and realised that the message contained within provided some of the answers I was searching for. How to find a sustainable training, nutrition, and lifestyle routine for my 50’s, 60’s and beyond. One of the authors of Primal Endurance was Brad Kearns and a few…
 
As parents, we try to offer our children the best of who we are. But often, we are coaching our children to be like us—to think like us, feel like us, and to be the better version of our type. In this episode, Beth and Jeff explain how the Enneagram helped them parent from a non-anxious presence. By attuning their hearts to how God uniquely created…
 
They say we all have a book in us. The trouble is that most of us never take the time to commit our thoughts or life experiences to paper. If you did it might turn out to be witty, insightful, life-changing. Today's guest Brock Gibbs did just that as he recounts his triathlon experiences in the book “My Co-workers Think I’m a Pro”. If you've been o…
 
Today, Beth and Jeff talk about how the Gospel satisfies each Type's Core Longing—the central message your heart longs to hear. We pray this episode fills your heart with truth and hope. We know this year has been challenging, and you can't always see the ways God is answering the longing of your heart, but rest assured that the story is not over. …
 
Running is good for you, right? Well is it? A few years ago, Jim Fixx, who was credited with helping start America's fitness revolution by popularizing the sport of running, died while out for a run. Now that doesn’t sound good. So if you really wanted to know the answer why not ask someone who really knows? Like a doctor who runs. That’s where tod…
 
John Lynch (Type 4) is our special guest today on the podcast. Beth, Jeff and Adam chat with how we apply the gospel to our particular style of relating to the world through our Enneagram type. Please check out John’s book On My Worst Day as a reference to the things mentioned in this interview. Mentioned in this episode: Galatians 2:20Jeremiah 2:1…
 
The papers, internet, and magazines are all full of the latest guidance on how to lose weight, stay fit, live longer, etc. Unfortunately, a lot of the headlines are just clickbait, and rather than clarifying the situation to make it easier for the person in the street to understand. Even I feel confused sometimes, and I’m supposed to know what I’m …
 
This week on the show, Beth and Jeff welcome Adam Breckenridge (Director of Coaching) back to the show to talk about the gospel and the Enneagram. They discuss the four major plot themes of the Bible and how the Enneagram falls short without the gospel. While discussing these four themes, Jeff, Beth, and Adam include popular movies as examples, and…
 
One of the questions that I get asked most by triathletes is, “What do I eat on race day?” However, if you only start to think about your nutrition on race day then you may be missing a trick. It might be a better option to think about race week nutrition. In this week's podcast, sports dietitian Dina Griffin takes us through the 7 days leading up …
 
This week on Your Enneagram Coach, the podcast, Beth and Jeff have a great conversation with 4 female Type 5s. They chat about how they are often stereotyped, feel out of place in many situations, but thrive in alone time. Connect with our guests: Laura Hewett teaches high school Bible at a Christian international school in the southwest corner of …
 
British Triathlon is one of the dominant nations in global triathlon and we have some fantastic talent at both ITU and Ironman distances. The growth of the sport in the last 15 years has been phenomenal. You may be one of those who entered the sport in the 21st century but what do you know of the previous generation? The super athletes who helped b…
 
This week on the podcast, Beth and Jeff are chatting with social type 1, John Meese. John spent the pandemic writing the rough draft for his new book, Survive and Thrive. John gives us great insight into the thought process of Type 1’s and how he, particularly, wants to meet the needs of real people. Mentioned in this episode: Thrive School podcast…
 
Some of my work in the last 15 years has involved coach education for British Triathlon, generally at Loughborough University. Often we invite guest presenters to deliver on specialist subjects and that is how I met today’s guest, Dr. Jamie Pringle when he came to speak on physiology for triathlon. Jamie is an applied sport scientist who has held v…
 
This week, Beth is joined by YEC Director of Coaching, Adam Breckenridge and YEC Coach, Libby Cole. Libby is a Type 8 who launched her own full-time business as an Enneagram coach one year ago. You’ll hear the freedom she found personally through quitting her day job and becoming her own boss as a coach. Libby Cole is a Certified Enneagram Coach an…
 
Two weeks ago we published episode 200 of the High Performance Human podcast. I thought it would be fun to look back at those conversations and see if I could pick out some key lessons. As you would imagine when you speak with smart people, each of them at the top of the tree in their chosen field, there were a lot of lessons but some kept appearin…
 
Today Beth welcomes our Director of Coaching, Adam Breckenridge, to the show as they interview two Enneagram coaches, Nathan Hofer (Type 7) and Tami Imlay (Type 1). Nathan and Tami share how they determined their Types, what led to their decision to become an Enneagram coach, and how God made it clear to both of them that this was the next step in …
 
One thing I have learned with age is that what I took for granted in my 20's and 30’s no longer applies. I used to be able to eat and drink what I liked and it didn't seem to have any impact on my health or my weight. On the flip side, I also used to think that health and fitness inevitably declined once one entered their 40’s. That's not true eith…
 
This week on the podcast, Beth and Jeff welcome Adam Breckenridge, our new Director of Coaches, and engage in an insightful conversation about imposter syndrome and what it can look like for each Enneagram type. CLICK HERE for access to our FREE Course called Enneawhat. Mentioned in this episode: Isaiah 50:11 I Corinthians 15:9 I Timothy 1:15 Follo…
 
This week I’m back to talking triathlon as we're joined by one of the top ranked long distance female athletes in the US, Chelsea Sodaro. This discussion is highly topical as we approach the final selections for the inaugural Collins Cup which takes place this August. For Chelsea Sodaro, qualifying to secure her place on the US team is a race again…
 
Today, Beth interviews Vanessa Sadler (Type 1) and Keanu Trujillo (Type 8), two of our certified Enneagram coaches. You'll hear about their Enneagram journey, and why they decided to take the plunge to become a certified Enneagram Coach. Our coaches help bring the fullness of the Gospel to clients around the world, of every age, and from every walk…
 
If you want to fulfil your life ambitions as a human, never mind an athlete, you need to have a strong heart and cardiovascular system. As endurance athletes, we spend a lot of time improving the oxygen transport system (heart, lungs, blood, and blood vessels) to supply more O2 to the muscles so that we can go faster and longer. Sadly the heart is …
 
Today, Beth and Jeff are welcoming a panel of Male 4s to the show to discuss the experiences of Type 4s. They discuss what it was like to feel seen and known when they learned the Enneagram, their relationship with their core weakness, envy, and the variations with each of the 3 instinctual subtypes. Mentioned in this episode: Jesus and John Wayne …
 
If you’ve been following me or listening to this podcast for a while you probably know that I’m a huge fan of sleep. 4 years ago I purchased one of the first generation Whoop sleep & fitness trackers. I can tell you that it has changed my whole approach to training and recovery. That's why I’m delighted to be joined on this week's podcast by Mike L…
 
Today, Beth and Jeff are welcoming Male 2s to the podcast. Mainly because of our culture, Male 2s have a hard time finding their place as a more tenderhearted and sensitive kind of man. They discuss how physical touch affects 2s, how they behave within the family dynamic and just how difficult COVID was for them. Mentioned in this episode: The Road…
 
In this episode, Beth and Jeff spend time discussing codependency and what it looks like in different numbers. Is it something that all numbers struggle with or just Enneagram 2’s? Please email your questions to info@yourenneagramcoach.com and include “question for the podcast” in the subject line. Show Credits: Music by Sleeping at Last Edited and…
 
If you work out regularly there is a fair chance that you've been injured at some stage. Call it an occupational hazard for athletes. Injuries are physical, the pain is real, and the effects of the injury are often visible. But recovery from injury isn’t just a physical act. One might even argue that there is a mental health aspect to getting injur…
 
In this episode, Beth and Jeff continue their series on commonly misunderstood numbers with three female Types 8s—Angie Elkins, Suzie Barbour, and Lindsey Castleman. Female Type 8s have a particularly unique place in American culture, and today we discuss the challenges that accompany them as they find their place in the southern evangelical world.…
 
In this special episode, we’re answering questions from YOU, our listeners! Today, Beth and Jeff tackle questions about Enneagram Subtypes and living in our Stress Path. Please send us your questions. We’d love to answer them here on the podcast. Mentioned in this show: The Complete Enneagram by Beatrice Chestnut Mistyping Guide Please email your q…
 
My guest today is Dr. James Risley a consultant in emergency medicine at Worcestershire Royal Hospital. James and I have been working together for almost 7 years and it's been an interesting journey, which I hope that we can outline today. Initially, James came to me with ambitious goals (as most triathletes do), centred around Ironman and mostly f…
 
In this episode, Beth and Jeff begin our series on commonly misunderstood numbers with four members of the YEC team who identify as Type 6—Robert Lewis, Lydia Craig, and Abby Ortiz. Because of the complexity of Type 6, there is often confusion around the two sides— phobic and counter-phobic. Beth brings clarity to the differences, and the team brin…
 
On this week's podcast, we're happy to have on Dr. Cath Bishop, Olympian, former diplomat, business coach, consultant, and author of ‘The Long Win’, listed in the FT’s Top 10 Business Books 2020. She competed in rowing at 3 Olympic Games, winning World Championships gold in 2003 and Olympic silver in Athens 2004. As a diplomat for the British Forei…
 
This is Part 3 of a three-part episode on the origins, concerns, and Christian use of the Enneagram. In this episode, Beth, Jeff, Adam Breckenridge, and Tyler Zach discuss how a Christian worldview (to know and experience God and His truth) is very different from the secular Enneagram worldview (to understand ourselves and define truth on our own t…
 
This is Part 2 of a three-part episode on the origins, concerns, and Christian use of the Enneagram. In this episode, Beth, Jeff, Adam Breckenridge, and Tyler Zach discuss the origin stories and history of the Enneagram and what it means to apply a worldview to the Enneagram. Please click HERE to read our position on the origins of the Enneagram an…
 
This is Part 1 of a three-part episode on the origins, concerns, and Christian use of the Enneagram. In this episode, Beth and Jeff share how they use their theological training to teach the Enneagram from a Christian framework. Pastors Adam Breckenridge and Tyler Zach join them to discuss God's revelation, common grace, and the role of culture in …
 
In this special Q & A episode, Beth and Jeff introduce their NEW monthly membership platform, Your EnneaPath. We often hear people say: “I know my Enneagram Type, but now what?” If you’ve ever asked that question or found yourself wondering what you should do after you discover the Enneagram—Your EnneaPath is the place for you. We can’t wait to see…
 
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