No Labels, No Limits podcast


246 - Winning Over Weakness with Sarah Boxx

Season 2, Ep. 246

This week's episode of the No Labels, No Limits podcast is a bit unique in comparison to others. In this solocast, I reveal some personal experiences that lead back to the idea of winning over weakness.

The adage that we are only as strong as our weakest link, what does that mean for different people? Are we not all the weakest link at some point, during some time in our life? When faced with weakness, as an Enneagram Type 5, I tend to withdraw and close myself off. However, I take those feelings with me and they simmer in my thoughts, which doesn't truly help me deal with the issue itself.

How do you react to being perceived as weak? More important to understand is, why you react that way. Listen in for more insights on the topic. If you're interested in learning your Enneagram Type, you can take your free test here:

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