I would fly nine hundred miles and I would drive six hundred more… oh wait, that was last week. But I’d do it again! (Hopefully there’s no falling down at any doors.)
Da Da Da Dun Diddle Un Diddle Un Diddle Uh Da Da!
Enjoy having that stuck in your head today.
What had me on the road
Last week were my very first Good Movement Trainings of the year. Both of them were in Texas. And I gotta say I was real proud of myself for renting a car for the first time by myself AND driving out of the legendary traffic of Dallas in said rental car.
I led trainings on Tuesday and Wednesday at two different ranches. We kicked off both mornings learning about the Enneagram, what types everyone was, and what drives those types and makes them tick.
After lunch we dove into brain science and how the good Lord designed our brains to be relational and run on joy. We talked about the habits that help us endure hardship well, why it’s so important people feel like they belong, and ended they days building group identity statements.
It was so cool to see these teams come together and form identity statements that were unique to their groups and will help them hold themselves and each other accountable to who they are, how they act, and what they do. I’m so humbled and honored to have gotten to be a part of that!
It’s all about Good Movement
These two trainings were the new full-day training option I’m offering brand new this year. I’m really excited to have this new offer because it really builds well on the half-day enneagram training to help draw even more good movement.
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