Ready to FINALLY figure out why you — and others — do what you do?
The Brave Enough Enneagram Course
Understanding Yourself… So You Can Understand THEM!
Dr. Sasha Shillcutt is a certified Enneagram Coach and has over 5 years of experience coaching professional women through burnout. Dr. Shillcutt uses the Enneagram as a tool to help you understand yourself, so you thrive in your relationships at home and work!
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What was I thinking?
Why did I say that?
I got triggered… again.
Do you ever find yourself figuratively slapping your head and wondering why you do what you do… even when you know better? Sometimes it seems like no matter how many books you read, how many relationship videos you watch, and no matter how you resolve to change… someone says or does that ONE THING that sets you off again!
You’re not crazy, broken, or beyond hope. You just need to understand the power of core motivations.
Once you decode the heart of what drives human behavior, the rest becomes manageable!
You can finally figure out WHY you do what you do, and (more importantly!) how to adjust your approach so you can be more effective, influential, and satisfied in your relationships at work and home.
Get ready to discover yourself at a deeper level than ever before, and then use that knowledge to build conflict-free relationships and effective teams… using the power of the Enneagram.
Join Enneagram-certified coach, Dr. Sasha Shillcutt, for an enlightening and empowering session, and learn not only WHY you do what you do… but what to do about it!
What’s the Enneagram?
The Enneagram may seem like some mystic New Age fad, but it's actually a well-researched system of personality typing. Using nine separate personality types, each represented by a number on a diagram, the Enneagram helps explain how individuals view and interpret the world around them.
What You’ll Learn:
- How to use the Enneagram framework to understand the core motivations that drive your actions
- Distinctions and similarities for each of the nine main personality types, including stress path, growth path, and response to challenges, conflict, and obstacles
- How your unique type relates to different Enneagram types in the workplace and at home
- The importance of Enneagram “wings” and how your wing relates to your main type
- Ways in which the Enneagram can impact how you lead others and work within teams
“The Enneagram does not try to change you or who you are. The Enneagram simply shows you your core motivations, fears and longings, which drive our actions. It shows us our why…and gives us tools to align ourselves to be the people we were meant to be.”
— Dr. Sasha Shillcutt
About Your Instructor
Hi, I’m Dr. Sasha Shillcutt!
I was first exposed to the Enneagram several years ago in a leadership course. I remember feeling so SEEN and validated, compared to other common personality typing or tests I had done in many courses.
Fast forward a few years, when I was working with a leadership coach. She had me take the assessment again. And again, my response was instant. I immediately became so much more aware of how I interacted in my relationships with others both at home, and at work.
I dove deep, and became certified as an Enneagram coach in 2019, in order to use the framework in the coaching and teaching I was doing with other professional women.
Understanding myself through the lens of the Enneagram — what motivates me to do things or NOT do things — has helped my marriage, my friendships, my parenting and my teams at work.
I can’t wait to share this powerful tool with you!
Sasha Shillcutt, M.D.
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The Enneagram doesn't put you in a box. It shows you the box you're already in and how to get out of it.
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