16 - This Just in! Don't Fight Your Weaknesses - They're Your Secret Weapon

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Welcome to the Episode 16 of Take the Upgrade. Your host is therapist and life coach Leanne Peterson. Leanne is a licensed clinical social worker in Texas and she works with clients all over the country. She is committed to helping you find peace in the midst of difficult life situations and transitions. Using powerful insights into health and energy alignment, Leanne helps you create the beautiful life you want!

In our episode today we’re talking about refining our weaknesses into strengths. Personality traits work hand in hand. The same self-consciousness you might dislike about yourself is actually the main ingredient of your self-awareness and thoughtfulness. See what I mean? Flaws are a path to who we are, instead of a barrier to who we are. The sooner you can start loving yourself for who you are, the better.

Go ahead and take the Enneagram Test online. There are 9 types. Leanne is a type 7: an Enthusiast. Which type are you? Click play to learn how to turn your weaknesses into strengths while still loving the version of yourself who’s looking right back at you in the mirror.

We’re so glad you tuned in today. Thank you for joining us. Do you have any questions about how to implement this life lesson? Email Leanne at connect@leannepeterson.com.

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http://inspiredtherapist.pages.ontraport.net/bookclub

We’ll be back next week with another dose of soulful guidance!

If you are interested in Aligning your life and working with Leanne and Carolina one on one here is a program you will love: https://www.leannepeterson.com/course

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