029: An Enneagram State of the Union, feat. Author & Former White House staffer Michael Wear

 


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About a month ago, I sat down with author and former White House staffer, Michael Wear, to talk about personality, power, and politics.  I know this is a hot-button topic, but I do think it's an important conversation to have.  When we're talking about the President of United States and want to understand who he/she is, how he/she operates, and why our country is where it is, I think it's fair to begin to just think out loud what is happening here and what does it mean?

So listen in as Michael and I provide some Enneagram insight into the politics of the past and present.  

Michael is the founder of Public Square Strategies LLC, a sought-after firm that helps religious organizations, political organizations, businesses and others effectively navigate the rapidly changing American religious and political landscape.

Michael is a leading expert and strategist at the intersection of faith, politics and American public life. As one of President Obama’s “ambassadors to America’s believers” (Buzzfeed), Michael directed faith outreach for President Obama’s historic 2012 re-election campaign. Michael was also one of the youngest White House staffers in modern American history: he served in the White House faith-based initiative during President Obama’s first term, where he led evangelical outreach and helped manage The White House’s engagement on religious and values issues, including adoption and anti-human trafficking efforts. And, he’s got a new book out titled, “Reclaiming Hope: Lessons Learned in the Obama White House About the Future of Faith in America  in which he provides unprecedented insight into the highs and lows of working as a Christian in government. 

He also writes for The Atlantic, Christianity Today, USA Today, Relevant Magazine and other publications on faith, politics, and culture. He serves on the national board of Bethany Christian Services, the nation's largest adoption agency, and holds an honorary position at the University of Birmingham’s Cadbury Center for the Public Understanding of Religion. Michael and his wife, Melissa, are both proud natives of Buffalo, New York. They now reside in Washington, D.C.

For more information on Michael, visit www.michaelwear.com

It’s interesting to think about how politics can maybe distort how we look at and analyze individuals.
— Michael Wear

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