Typology podcast

Overcoming Crippling Codependency, feat. Taylor Tippett [S05-006]

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Let’s face it...people are complicated. Our personalities are shaped by multiple factors, including temperament, character, environment, and life experiences. But when we dig in and really learn to understand ourselves better, we not only connect with others with more kindness and empathy, but we begin to see the beauty that arises when we live as our true selves.

Today’s guest, Taylor Tippett is a great example of how this plays out.  Taylor is a flight attendant nationally known for leaving random notes of kindness on airplanes to make people’s day. She joins me in an open conversation about how the Enneagram has helped her love herself better and the impact it has had on her personal journey of growth.   

In this conversation, you’ll discover: 

  • how codependency can show up for an Enneagram 7

  • ways anxiety and control can influence our personalities, and 

  • the importance of showing up just as we are

We also make a special announcement today you won’t want to miss!  

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