Welcome to my Enneagram page!
First, let me start by saying I am not a coach but an enthuisist. Learning about my nubmer, a nine, and others in my life, is fascinating and peace-giving. I love to know the "why" behind things. Relationships are important to me. So the enneagram marries those to interests very well! I hope you enjoys the posts I share about what I learn and hope it will be a source of encouargment for you!
A wise man once said, "You just gotta show up most of the time, for real, you''ll be alright."
I feel like this picture represents this quote well; especially for an enneagram 9. I can only speak for myself and I will admit showing up can be the hardest part for me. What I am slowly learning though is that, in the choosing to show up, something gets done that has not only an effect on me but beyond me.
I know, you may be saying, "Duh Paige!" but stay with me and I will further my point.
Another wise man, Charles D. Gill, said, "There are many wonderful things that will never be done if you do not do them." This quote challenges me that there are things that have been designed for me to do. I am not here to debate on how those things may get done another way if I don't choose to show up. I am simply here to share a challenge that inspired me and I hope it will do the same for you.
Where are you being called to show up today?
UNDER CONSTRUCTION - Is this how your feeling about adjusting to the new fall routine?
I have started to read a great book called "The Lazy Genius Way". The author Kendra Adachi shares thirteen different principles to help you be a genius about the things that matter and lazy about that things that don't. Each time I read (well actually listen to