Making the Enneagram Small: The Danger of a Single Story

Lately, I find myself increasingly bored when talking about the Enneagram or listening to others talk about the…

Endless Forms Most Beautiful: Essence, Teleology, and the Enneagram

This article originally appeared in the 2013 “Enneagram Journal,” published by the International Enneagram Association. It is republished…

The Enneagram, Science, and the Law of Three

“Faith is the bird that feels the light and sings when the dawn is still dark.” – Rabindranath…

Instinctual Leadership Workshop April 2-3, Near Brussels

  A Two-Day Workshop on The Instinctual Subtypes and Leadership with Mario Sikora and Maria Jose Munita…

Knowing Better: Bringing Discernment, Logic, and Science to the Path (IEA Pre-conference Event)

I’m extremely honored to be co-delivering the pre-conference session with Russ Hudson and Jack Killen at the…

The Enneagram, Stereotypes, and the Fundamental Attribution Error

Mid-day on Sunday our cable went out. Not just the cable TV, but the phone and internet…

System 1, System 2, and the Nine Strategies: Blending Insights from Modern Cognitive Psychology with the Enneagram

Daniel Kahneman’s book “Thinking Fast and Slow” has helped popularize the idea that we have two general…

The Enneagram and the Connecting Points: Different Lenses on Your Self

The Enneagram is a model of nine preferred adaptive strategies. Each of us habitually relies on one…

What About the Instinctual “Stacking”?

Two recent questions–one asked of me directly and another I saw on a Facebook forum–have inspired this…

Trump the ___________

This page previously contained an article on Donald Trump’s instinctual bias. Given his recent announcement that the…

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