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August Chapter Meeting: The Enneagram of Discernment

  • 13 Aug 2020
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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The Enneagram of Discernment: How Personalty Type Helps AND Hinders Decision-Making

We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Drew Moser, certified Enneagram teacher college professor, published author, and co-host of Fathoms, an Enneagram Podcast, to our August Virtual Chapter Meeting! Drew will be speaking about the topic of his latest book, The Enneagram of Discernment: The Way of Vocation, Wisdom, and Practice, which releases August 4.

How does your personality type help and hinder your ability to make wise decisions? We are too often rich in information and poor in wisdom. And when we encounter life’s decisions, big and small, we engage the information available through the lens of our personality. Drew will introduce you to key concepts from his book, The Enneagram of Discernment: The Way of Vocation, Wisdom, and Practice, which  breaks new ground in the Enneagram field. Weaving theology, spirituality, neuroscience, and psychology, Dr. Moser introduces you to The Way of Discernment: a journey of nine key questions each of us must consider when faced with a decision. Each of these nine questions are grouped into three triads: The Vocation Triad, The Wisdom Triad, and The Practice Triad.


About Drew Moser


Dr. Drew Moser is the author of The Enneagram of Discernment: The Way of Vocation, Wisdom, and Practice. He is a certified Enneagram teacher and a college professor. Drew is a professional member of the International Enneagram Association and is co-host of Fathoms | An Enneagram Podcast. He lives in Indiana with his wife and five children.

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