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Best Ian Morgan Cron podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
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Updated March 2020
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Who are we? Why do we act, think and feel the way we do? How can we become our best, most authentic selves? Welcome to Typology, a podcast that explores the mystery of the human personality and how we can use the Enneagram typing system as a tool to become our best, most authentic selves. Hosted by author, speaker and counselor, Ian Morgan Cron, Typology features interviews with thought leaders from every sphere of life, including renowned Enneagram authors and teachers, psychologists, theol ...
 
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Organizational psychologist and New York Times bestselling author Adam Grant shares insight from his research on what qualities really add the most value to a team. Hint, narcissism isn’t one of them. In fact, having a blinding, high regard of yourself or your abilities tends to make a business less efficient and less effective—no matter how great …
 
Tune in to hear Daniel Tardy and Sarah Sloyan respond to some business owners' fears around Coronavirus. Get access to the EntreLeadership Weekly Report Tool, FREE, for you and your team for 3 months: Text TEAMHEALTH to 33444 or visit entreleadership.com/weekly-report Follow us on social media to stay plugged in to everything we’re doing to help th…
 
Tune in to hear Daniel Tardy and Sarah Sloyan respond to some business owners' fears around Coronavirus. Get access to the EntreLeadership Weekly Report Tool, FREE, for you and your team for 3 months: Text TEAMHEALTH to 33444 or visit entreleadership.com/weekly-report Follow us on social media to stay plugged in to everything we’re doing to help th…
 
Tune in to hear Daniel Tardy and Armando Lopez respond to some business owners' fears around Coronavirus. Read the whole blog post: What Employers Need to Know About H.R. 6201 Check out the Families First Coronavirus Response Act in its entirety here. Get access to the EntreLeadership Weekly Report Tool, FREE, for you and your team for 3 months: Te…
 
This week we continue our conversation with author, speaker, and pastor Louie Giglio. Louie is the Pastor of Passion City Church and the original visionary of the Passion movement, which exists to call a generation to leverage their lives for the fame of Jesus. He and his wife Shelley lead the teams at Passion City Church, sixstepsrecords, Passion …
 
Tune in to hear Daniel Tardy and Sarah Sloyan respond to some business owners' fears around Coronavirus. 4 Steps to Make an Objective Decision: Click here to get your phased plan template Get access to the EntreLeadership Weekly Report Tool for you and your team for 3 months FREE: Text TEAMHEALTH to 33444 Follow us on social media to stay plugged i…
 
If your goal is to grow your business, Trainual Founder and CEO Chris Ronzio—who successfully grew his own company by 500% in just one year—has some advice: If you want to do something differently tomorrow, you’ve got to teach someone else what you’re doing today. In other words, you’ve got to learn how to delegate responsibilities—but that’s tough…
 
I'm thrilled to welcome Pastor Louie Giglio to the Typology Studio. Louie is the Pastor of Passion City Church and the original visionary of the Passion movement, which exists to call a generation to leverage their lives for the fame of Jesus. He and his wife Shelley lead the teams at Passion City Church, sixstepsrecords, Passion Publishing and the…
 
If you ask researcher and bestselling author Tom Rath, it’s never too early to start making a lasting impact on the world around you. His best advice? Start small. Tune in as Tom explains how even the smallest things repeated consistently over time really can make a huge difference in the lives of others. And from a work perspective, the benefits (…
 
What happens when an Enneagram 9 stops overthinking and starts making decisions? Enneagram Nines have an incredible ability to see all sides of any given circumstance, but that commitment to find the best option consumes an enormous amount of mental energy and can leave them exhausted and stuck. However, when Nines learn to stop overthinking they c…
 
Making a major change in your life is never easy, especially when you don’t know how or where to start. But each of us has more influence over our lives than we think, says Daymond John, a tenacious entrepreneur, bestselling author and fashion-industry pioneer. In this episode, Daymond gives an inside look at what it means to make what he calls a p…
 
We received such a great response from all of you after our first “Mailbag Thursday,” that we’re doing it again. Today, Anthony pulls a few more audience questions from the bag for Ian to answer. Topics covered include: Whether trauma in adulthood can lead to type repression What the countertype 4 really looks like Resources on how different types …
 
When it comes to running a business, things like strategy, marketing and technology all play a big part in your success. But Dee Ann Turner, who spent 33 years recruiting and training employees at Chick-fil-A, says there’s one thing that trumps them all: talent. Unfortunately, finding good people can be challenging, especially now when unemployment…
 
I’m thrilled to welcome today’s Typology guest, PROPAGANDA. Prop is a Christian Hip Hop and spoken word artist/poet, political activist, husband, father, academic, emcee, and an Enneagram Three. He and his wife, University Professor Dr. Alma Zaragoza-Petty, also host a podcast together called The Red Couch Podcast where they cover everything from p…
 
Why are you—or why do you want to be—a leader, really? This is the question bestselling author and leadership expert Patrick Lencioni helps answer in his newest book, The Motive. In this episode, Pat explains how your response to five common leadership responsibilities can reveal whether you’re in it for the right reasons (or not!)—and what to do a…
 
This week on Typology, I’m excited to welcome my friend, Jill Phillips. Jill is a singer, songwriter and therapist based in Nashville who has been immersed in the Enneagram for some time now. She has a lot of wisdom to share, especially as it relates to the nuances of being a Six. Today we’ll touch on: Enneagram stances and how they impact the lens…
 
What do you picture when you hear the word creatives? Starving artists? Tortured poets? Graphic designers? Musicians? Well, guess what: Ramsey Solutions Chief Creative Officer Luke LeFevre would argue that business owners and leaders like you fall into the category of creatives as well. Just like a hero’s call to adventure, you have your own call—t…
 
We all walk around thinking toxic thoughts but just because we think something doesn’t make it true. Our thoughts are charged with emotions and energy, but they are not our enemies. If you treat them as though there is some kind of demonic force inside your head, you’re actually investing them with power they do not have. They are not in charge of …
 
As a United States Army Green Beret, Scott Mann traveled to some of the most dangerous places on Earth. And in each of those high-stakes situations, he discovered we all—regardless of religion or ethnicity—have one thing in common: struggle. It’s that universal experience, what he refers to as our scars, that enable us to forge real human connectio…
 
This week on Typology, I’m excited to welcome author, Jennie Allen. Jennie is the founder and visionary behind IF:Gathering, an organization that equips women with gospel-centered resources, events, and community so they may learn more about who God is and disciple others. A sought-after speaker, Allen has taught at Women of Faith, Catalyst, and Q …
 
Greatness doesn’t happen accidentally—and it takes a lot more than hard work to achieve it. In fact, one of the biggest game changers, says founder and senior pastor of Life.Church Craig Groeschel, is the way you invest your most valuable resources (aka people, time and money). Tune in to hear Craig break down the four most common mistakes we all m…
 
Each Enneagram Type is beautiful and in its healthy expression is truly fantastic. When Threes are healthy, they no longer find it important to credentialize their achievements, they become more community-minded and interested in helping others succeed. In Part Two of my conversation with former Governor of Tennessee, Bill Haslam, we continue our d…
 
NCFIT founder Jason Khalipa has never been one to shy away from hard work. Case in point: In 2008, Jason graduated from college, won the CrossFit Games, and started a business. But he didn’t stop there. From the moment he signed the lease on his first gym, Jason went all-in on building a business bigger than himself. Tune in to hear the invaluable …
 
This week on Typology, I’m excited to welcome my friend and former Governor of Tennessee, Bill Haslam. Bill began his career in business joining his father, Jim Haslam, who was the founder of the petroleum company Pilot Corporation. He was the CEO of the E-commerce and Catalog Division for Saks Fifth Avenue from 1999 to 2001, Mayor of Knoxville, TN…
 
If you’re anything like the average team member in America today, you attend roughly 62 meetings every month. And if you’re an executive, that number is even higher. About half (yes, 50%) of your work week is spent in meetings! Even worse? Most of those meetings are a complete waste of time, says bestselling author Michael Hyatt. Tune in to hear Mi…
 
This week on Typology, I’m excited to welcome Lisa-Jo Baker, a former attorney and longtime Community Manager at (in)courage, podcast host, best-selling author of The Middle Matters, Never Unfriended and Surprised by Motherhood. She’s also an Enneagram Two. At their best, Enneagram Twos truly radiate the unconditional, altruistic love of God. They …
 
At EntreLeadership, there’s nothing we love more than seeing small-business owners win. But we’re also fiercely committed to understanding exactly why they’ve been successful—and where they’ve fallen short—so we can provide a clear, guided path along the way. Tune in to hear Sarah Sloyan, EntreLeadership Senior Vice President, and Daniel Tardy, Ram…
 
We love providing you with new content and great guests each week. But, as you might imagine, the interviews often spark a lot of questions from our listeners. In fact, we receive tons of questions every single day. So, today we’re diving into 2020 with something we’ve been talking about for quite a while...we'll be reading and answering some of yo…
 
New year, new you? Not a bad idea after all, according to New York Times bestselling author James Clear, who says the key to behavior change is actually identity change. How you view yourself, he says, largely influences your habits—which are really the building blocks for achieving your goals. Listen and learn how to align your habits with your be…
 
Happy New Year! This week on Typology, I’m thrilled to welcome my friend, Betsy Miller. Betsy is the Director of Finance for Storybrand and also serves as the chairman of the Board of Directors for RESCUE: Freedom International, an organization that is a leading force in the rescue and restoration of survivors of human trafficking. Betsy and I take…
 
From defying the odds and achieving impossible goals to navigating the infinite game of business, we’ve covered a lot of ground in 2019. And we couldn’t pick a favorite episode if we tried! That’s why we’re bringing you highlights from nine of this year’s best episodes—the ones that challenged and inspired us, pushed us out of our comfort zone, and…
 
The Enneagram allows us to build and sustain healthy relationships by appreciating and understanding our own motivations and behaviors as well as those of our friends and family. In today’s episode, the Cron family gathers over the holidays to discuss how the Enneagram has helped them grow closer and better understand each other. Listen as they sha…
 
One glance at Scott Parazynski’s resumé—which includes a career as an emergency medicine and trauma physician, five Space Shuttle missions, seven space walks, and a death-defying summit of Mount Everest—and it’s easy to assume that he’s a total adrenaline junkie. While that may be true, Scott credits his achievements to his ability to visualize his…
 
If you’re lucky enough to witness Benjamin Zander at work conducting the Boston Philharmonic, you’ll instantly notice two things: his infectious passion for classical music and the sheer joy he brings to his work. And that, he says, is thanks to his unfailing belief in the power of possibility. Tune in to hear how possibility has transformed his pe…
 
This week I continue my insightful conversation with singer-songwriter, Amanda Cook. Amanda is a worship leader at Bethel Church and with Bethel Music, GMA Dove Award Winner for Inspirational Album of the Year, and winner of three Covenant Awards from GMA Canada, including Female Vocalist of the Year, Song of the Year, and Praise and Worship Song o…
 
As a former Navy SEAL, Jocko Willink knows a thing or two about beating impossible odds and working tirelessly to do so. Perhaps that’s why, even now as a civilian, Jocko sees tremendous value in pushing himself personally and professionally—and tracking his progress every step of the way. Tune in to hear the bestselling author and leadership coach…
 
This week on Typology, I welcome a very special Enneagram Five who has done her work and beautifully wraps her words around her experience as a Five. Our guest, Amanda Lindsey Cook is a singer-songwriter, worship leader at Bethel Church and with Bethel Music, GMA Dove Award Winner for Inspirational Album of the Year, and winner of three Covenant Aw…
 
After working in the restaurant industry for nearly 30 years, Mina Group president Patric Yumul knows that outstanding service starts and ends with one thing: humility. But the first step, he says, toward that noble quality is realizing that your customers—no matter what industry you’re in—have a choice. And your job is to serve them with such exce…
 
In Part two of my conversation with John Mark Comer—author, speaker, pastor, and Enneagram One—we continue our discussion about the Enneagram and why it’s so important to eliminate hurry from our lives. When you think about it, when you feel listened to and attended to, you feel loved by a person. But when we rush from one thing to another, we are …
 
When ABLE Founder and CEO Barrett Ward and his wife moved to Ethiopia in 2008, they came face to face with an unspeakable tragedy: young women forced into prostitution as a means of supporting themselves and their families. But instead of relying on charity alone to help them, he set out to create a more sustainable solution—one that has since evol…
 
What do you pay attention to? When each of us walks into a room, the focus of our attention is different. An Enneagram Two might look for who they can connect with, an Enneagram Four might focus on what’s missing in the room, and an Enneagram One might notice what needs to be fixed. But who is that Two not connecting with? What is in the room that …
 
What can the everyday business owner learn from 17th century Pilgrims? According to New York Times bestselling author and leadership expert Stephen Mansfield, a lot. As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, Mansfield gives us an account of the people who were compelled by a vision that changed the world. Better yet, he shares what today’s leaders c…
 
This week on Typology, I’m excited to welcome my friend, Al Andrews. Al is not only a great counselor, author, and speaker, but he is also the director of Porter’s Call, a non-profit offering counsel, support and encouragement to recording artists and their families. Al gives voice to what it’s like to be a healthy two and how important it is for e…
 
In a world that seems to be moving faster than ever, bestselling author Ryan Holiday favors a steadier, more measured approach to things. Rather than being fueled by emotion and rushing into big decisions, he insists that there is real insight to be gained in what he calls stillness, a strategic pause to stop and evaluate every option. Tune in to h…
 
This week on Typology, I’m excited to welcome my good friend, Andrew Peterson—award-winning singer-songwriter and author. His newest book, Adorning the Dark, just released on October 15, and his 20th Anniversary Behold the Lamb of God Tour is going on now through the end of December. As two Enneagram Fours, Andrew and I get personal about the stren…
 
Entrepreneur and Quest Nutrition co-founder Tom Bilyeu isn’t a doctor, but he has confidently diagnosed himself with a “sickness” that has only one symptom: an intense need to matter. But if you ask him, it’s a pretty good affliction to have. And considering that he helped grow Quest by 57,000% in only three years, we’d say he’s 100% right. Tune in…
 
This week on Typology, I’m thrilled to welcome my good friend, Donald Miller—best-selling author of Building a StoryBrand, creator of the brand new Business Made Simple University, and Enneagram Type 3. Don and I have talked about the Enneagram before—mostly from a business perspective. But in this episode, I invited him to get personal and vulnera…
 
Considering that we’re experiencing the longest economic expansion in United States history, Ramsey Solutions Chief Financial Officer Mark Floyd says the likelihood of an economic recession in the United States isn’t a question of “if,” but “when.” Before you go into full-on panic mode, tune in to hear Mark explain the most important numbers to tra…
 
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