Part 1: Don Miller on Directing Your New Story (Enneagram 3) [S02-014]
The Enneagram is not just meant to help people understand themselves and then do nothing about it. Rather it’s a tool for fostering deep, inner work. In order to make lasting changes in your life, you need to know the story and themes that run beneath the surface. The Enneagram reveals what story you are programmed with and how your self-limiting narrative drives a lot of your thoughts, actions, and behaviors.
In today’s episode, Don Miller and Ian Cron talk about the importance of directing your own story and ask “What story do you want to live?” and “What story are you actually living?”
About Don Miller:
Donald Miller is the CEO of StoryBrand, and every year he helps more than 3,000 business leaders clarify their brand message. He is the author of New York Times best-sellers: Blue Like Jazz, Scary Close, and A Million Miles in a Thousand Years, and the #1 Wall Street Journal best-seller, Building a StoryBrand.
Don is considered one of the world’s leading experts on the subject of story. His audiences are challenged to lean into their own story, creatively develop and execute the story of their team, and understand the story of their customers so they can serve them with passion. Don’s thoughts on story have deeply influenced leaders and teams for Pantene, Chick-fil-A, Steelcase, Intel, Prime Lending, Zaxby’s, and thousands more.
Don lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife, Betsy, and their chocolate lab, Lucy. For more about Donald Miller, check out his website at www.storybrand.com.
CONNECT WITH IAN
CONNECT WITH DON MILLER