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IMbetween Podcast
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IMbetween Podcast Jul 5
Any healthy Enneagram number can be in a relationship with any other healthy Enneagram number. But, certain combinations will have challenges that other numbers may not face because they click more easily.
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IMbetween Podcast Jul 4
Learn: 1. How to save some serious $ this summer and still have a ton of fun 2. How Google Street View can help your summer plans go smoother 3. Ways to build community around you this summer 4. An easy dinner menu idea for having people over
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IMbetween Podcast Jul 3
With the Enneagram, the work is always on our end first. With work and self-reflection, we can become more self-aware whether the way we are interacting is fueling or helping the conflict at hand. - Lauren Gray
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IMbetween Podcast Jul 2
On Episode 70, we continue our conversation with Lauren Gray about how to approach each type when you are in conflict with them. If you missed part one, make sure you tune into for all the details about types 1 through 5.
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Jeremy Maxfield Jun 27
Two of my favorite people ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ dove into the rabbit hole of Communication styles & Conflict
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 27
The Enneagram can help us de-personalize some things to the point where we don't take offense when it's just somebody's different approach. Find out more about the nine different approaches to communication and conflict here:
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 26
The Enneagram gives us 9 different lenses for how people are viewing the world. The lens you are seeing the world through and communicating through is very different than someone else. How can you better see the conflict through someone else's eyes?
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 25
Have you ever been in an argument? Have you ever felt misunderstood? Not heard? Does conflict make you run away or grab your boxing gloves? We interview Lauren Gray about how each type communicates & how to approach each type when you are in conflict.
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Daniel Im Jun 20
It won’t come out until Feb 2020, but here’s the cover of my new book! The description of the book is on Amazon: Thanks to the wonderful team at for encouraging me to write this, and for making this a real thing.
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Daniel Im Jun 19
Wow. Wow. Wow. Just interviewed on for the and it was 🔥🔥🔥. Can't wait to share it with y'all!
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 20
Yes to CONSTRUCTIVE boredom! Kids need the guidance of parents, or other adults, if their boredom is to be constructive and lead to creativity. Are you looking for ideas of how to help lead your children from boredom to creativity?
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 19
A lack of things to do can encourage kids to try new activities that they usually would not. Why else do your kids need to be bored this summer?
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 18
With summer break here, you may be hearing "I'm bored!" more often than you would like. Today, we discuss why our kids NEED to be bored and how to help us not immediately default to the TV, iPad, or game console to entertain them. Tune In Here:
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 16
Happy Father's Day! We are thankful for you!
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 15
he good news is that our children can learn to handle and grow from failures during their early years, when the cost of failing is relatively low and they have parents there to guide and love them through it.
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 15
For many millennials, their first encounters with failure happen during adulthood, & most don’t know how to process them. Without prior experiences working through setbacks and building grit, failures have the potential to become catastrophic events in their lives.
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 15
Your children becoming the hero of their own story, with you serving as their guide, is the best way to ensure they have what it takes to thrive in the hard world we live in—now and later on in adulthood." ⠀
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 15
It’s natural for all of us as fathers to want to protect our children from anything that may bring harm upon them. However, we shouldn’t always paint failure as a negative outcome. I would much rather let my kids fail when they’re eight than when they’re 28.
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 14
The most pressing pitfall I see that many Millennial fathers need to overcome is what can be called “future proofing,” which is very common when children aren’t allowed or encouraged to face fears and overcome failures.
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IMbetween Podcast Jun 14
If we are going to be successful as fathers and do our best for future generations, it’s imperative that Millennial fathers understand their potential and the possible pitfalls based on how they were raised.
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