033 Understanding the Habits Ingrained in Childhood to Learn to Thrive in Adulthood with Clarence Thompson

Today on Mastering Midlife: 

 ●      What is an Enneagram and why do I care?

●      How learned patterns of behavior run our lives

●      How do the specific Enneagram types handle Midlife?

●      Getting out of the box of our learned behavior

Clarence Thompson has been a master of the Enneagram (a description of our inner terrain) for over 20 years.  He is co-author of Enneagram Applicationsand Out of the Box: Coaching with the Enneagram.  Clarence teaches guitar when he is not coaching. And, in a former life, he was a Catholic Priest.    


Every one of my clients spend time with Clarence to learn their “personality type.”  Clarence joins me today to discuss the Enneagram and how your personality type, developed from childhood, effects your everyday adulthood.  By learning how we got the way we are, we can then employ the tools and internal shifts to work with, and free ourselves from these learned behaviors. 

Connect with Clarence and Resources:

●      EnneagramCentral

●      12 Questions for the Enneagram

●      Contact Clarence 

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