Which of these 9 personality types are you? (and why the Enneagram is so accurate) with Liz Orr

Updated: Sep 16, 2019



As leaders, mental health & wellbeing is one of the hardest topics to talk about openly. We’re afraid that it will hurt our credibility, and because we don’t share what’s going on, we can feel intensely alone and isolated.

Just like anything in life, the first step to facing a problem is being aware that there is a problem in the first place.

The best, healthiest leaders are the most self-aware.

That’s why I’m so excited to have a woman on the show this week who is an expert in the Enneagram. The Enneagram is one of my favorite tools for developing self-awareness.

Liz Orr is a campus minister at my alma mater, Wake Forest University. She also speaks on the Enneagram and has a viral Instagram page where she shares Enneagram related humor.

And if you have no earthly idea what the Enneagram is, don’t worry!

Liz is here to share with us today what it is and how we can use it as a tool for both self-acceptance and personal growth.

Liz is going to be back on the podcast next week to talk about how to identify the warning signs of burnout and overwhelm in yourself and others.

About What's Your Arena?

What's Your Arena? is a podcast where we believe that the best possible investment you can make in your personal and professional success is to practice self-care. The host, Ashley Vogler, is a fitness nutrition, and stress management coach and owner of Arena Health. She's helped hundreds of men and women who are on the brink of or in the midst of burnout to take better care of their minds and bodies so they can have more energy and passion to give to what they love. Be sure to listen, subscribe, and leave a review! Join the Facebook conversation of like-minded men & women investing in their own health to be the best possible versions of themselves: The What's Your Arena Podcast Community