THE ENNEACAST – Episode #49: Type 4s at Work w/ Dr. Russell Moore

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Episode 49: Type 4s at Work w/ Dr. Russell Moore

Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis explore the strengths and pitfalls of vocational work for Enneagram Type 4 – as well as ways to grow and tips on how to relate to Type 4 coworkers. They interview Dr. Russell Moore from the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission about being a Type 4 at work. The trio plays If You Had To, where Dr. Moore is faced with a series of hysterical ethical dilemmas. Everyone also answers Listener Questions about Type 4s and work.

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CREDITS

Special thanks to our guest, Dr. Russell Moore

This episode was written by Rachel Szabo, with Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis.

Audio mixing by Anna Tran.

Hosted by Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis

Music by Murphy DX and Lee Rosevere.

RESOURCES

Every Good Endeavor by Timothy Keller

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