No Labels, No Limits podcast


231 - Discover Your Place at the Table with Denise DeAngelo

Season 2, Ep. 231

This week, the No Labels, No Limits podcast eagerly welcomes Denise DeAngelo!

One thing to note about Denise, she loves sharing the Enneagram. She’s found that having an internal mapping system that helps us discover who we are at our core can be life-changing, because as we learn the motivations that drive us to uniquely think, act, and feel the way we do, we become more aware of our greatest gifts, It can also bring to light some uncomfortable truths.

Her company, A Place at the Table LLC, was formed out of her own journey toward self-awareness.

Denise was introduced to the Enneagram during a season of complete unrest. Unhealthy patterns that had been working for her in her early 20’s and 30’s were no longer serving her or her relationships with others. She says that when she experienced the Enneagram, she felt vulnerable and exposed. It was as if a veil was lifted and she saw hidden parts of herself for the first time.

What she realizes today is that the Enneagram was an invitation to consider a survival tool that would help transform her life personally, professionally and spiritually.

Today, Denise will share a bit about:

·      Her own journey as 2w1

·      How we can change our unhealthy habits once we know our type

·      What types are most naturally compatible in marriage (and what we can do if our partner is our “most compatible” type         

·      How do I best parent my type (Blank) child?

·      How do I change un-healthy patterns/ behaviors of my type?

·      Type 2w1

  •            couples
  •            families/ parenting
  •            individuals

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235 - A Passion for Personal Growth with Patti James

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