The Enneagram Collection is for anyone who wants to have a deeper understanding of their Enneagram type. The Enneagram Type 8: The Protective Challenger is an interactive work that focuses on those who have a core desire to protect themselves and remain in control. The audiobook explores the unique motivations, longings, strengths, and weaknesses of a Type 8.
The Enneagram Type 8: The Protective Challenger is a great self-assessment resource for all spheres of life, including:
- Personal and professional relationships
- Faith communities
- Students and even pop culture
Author Beth McCord teaches listeners how to transform self-limiting behaviors into life-enhancing personal empowerment. Audiobooks from the Enneagram Collection are great for anyone newly interested in the Enneagram or longtime Enneagram enthusiasts. Inside listeners will find:
- Goals for inner stability and ideals for achieving peace of mind
- Teachings about the strengths, challenges, and opportunities that a Type 8 needs in order to build a more meaningful life, lasting relationships, and a deeper understanding of God and one's self.
This ancient personality typing system identifies nine types of people and how they relate to one another. The system helps people discover what motivates them, their fears, and how best to interact with others.
Not a Type 8 or want to learn about the other Enneagram types? Check out the rest of the Enneagram Collection by Enneagram coach, author, and speaker Beth McCord.
Enneagram diagrams and an overview of all nine personality types are available in the audiobook companion PDF download.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
What listeners say about The Enneagram Type 8
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- karen alexander
sappy narrator and too much Jesus this and that
ugh. returning this. It is all religious Christian blah blah blah. Couldn't get more than a half hour into it. Sappy narration that keeps changing from first person to third person. Why?