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To combine your career and passion in a way that feels so good, you’ll hardly believe it’s real (but it will be).

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Side Chat: Enneagram Soul Child Theory

soul child

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We’ve been obsessed with the Enneagram ever since we discovered it last year, and we’re pretty sure we passed that obsession on to many of you!

One of Rachel’s clients recently said that discovering her Enneagram type felt like “a punch to the soul.” And damn, that’s exactly how it feels when you pinpoint your type — like you’ve been truly seen, but in the most vulnerable, cold-sweat inducing way!

And for those of you who haven’t taken the Enneagram yet and are wondering why in the world you’d ever inflict a “cold-sweat-soul-punch” on yourself … ...

Krachel giveth, & Krachel taketh away

giveth

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Remember in Harry Potter when Fawkes the phoenix would be near the end of his life cycle? He’d get all wheezy and bleary-eyed, and generally look the worse for wear, and Dumbledore would encourage him to “get on with it.”

Then, of course, he’d burst into flame and emerge again from the ashes, a tiny and somewhat ugly little chick who would soon grow into his former glory.

Well, as we near our 200th episode of the podcast, we’re feeling a bit more like “old and wheezy” than “youthful and resplendent” Fawkes. So, it’s time to ...