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The Path to Transcending the Ego | The Enneagram Hero’s Journey

This is the path to transcending the Ego through using the Hero’s Journey framework by Joseph Campbell and the Enneagram. My understanding of the Enneagram comes largely from Eli Jaxon Bear’s From Fixation to Freedom: The Enneagram of Liberation. The Hero’s Journey modification is not related to his work, but if you enjoy his way… read more »

Mine Your Problems with the SCORE Model

“Pardon me, adventurer. I’m glad you’re here. With a war brewing, we need more coal for our forge. If we don’t get it, we won’t be able to supply the army with more weapons. The mines just south of here have been overrun with bizarre creatures. Hero, please venture into those mines and gather coal. Those… read more »

ENFP’s Hero’s Journey 1: Aw, Rats

Overview Following the Hero’s Journey outline, I made a simple story of one quest in the ENFP’s adventure. First, we need to talk about The Characters, then we’ll follow the Hero’s Journey in Aw, Rats. Next, there’ll be an Explanation of how ENFP’s cognitive functions piece together. And last is Your Quest. I changed up the style a bit this time based… read more »

ISTJ’s Hero’s Journey 1: Of Light and Dark

Overview Following the Hero’s Journey outline, I made a simple story of one quest in the ISTJ’s adventure. First, we need to talk about The Characters, then we’ll follow the Hero’s Journey in Of Light and Dark. Next, there’ll be an Explanation of how ISTJ’s cognitive functions piece together. And last is Your Quest. I’ve added a couple **Alternate Reality** sections… read more »

ENFJ’s Hero’s Journey 1: The Town of Goldberry

Overview Following the Hero’s Journey outline, I made a simple story of one quest in the ENFJ’s adventure. First, we need to talk about The Characters, then we’ll follow the Hero’s Journey to save the Town of Goldberry. Next, there’ll be an Explanation of how ENFJ’s cognitive functions piece together and last is Your Quest. This… read more »

Action and Inaction: What You Can Do To Create Action

I was just listening to Eben Pagan’s Get Altitude podcast on “Mindsets for taking Action in Your Business.” He talked a lot about action and inaction. He said that action is where all the good things come from and inaction is what kills business. I’m summarizing, but basically he’s encouraging us to get out and do stuff…. read more »

Training the Newbie

In the Dragon’s Grip Dragons. Snarling beasts with huge teeth. Their wings reach far across their caves. Tough scales cover their bodies like a perfectly crafted suit of armor. Guardians and hoarders of treasure.  I have several, but this one is red. Wait… what? Yeah. It’s red, and I have several. You do, too. In… read more »

Goals, Systems, and Daily Quests

“Humans will always think in terms of goals. Our brains are wired that way. But goals make sense only if you also have a system that moves you in the right direction.” Scott Adams This quote is from How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life by… read more »

Solo-Questing verses Party-Questing

What is questing? Questing is the act of going out to a bar, club, or other social gathering in order to gain experience and to level your skills.  Reading, studying, and preparing are not questing.  They are very helpful, but they do not give you the in-combat experience that you need when you are facing… read more »

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