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Ideation Podcast is an on-the-go podcast designed to help you move your ideas forward through better implementation. In each episode, you’ll hear from thought leaders in multiple industries share about how they implement their ideas in order to make them remarkable (i.e., worth making a remark about).


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May 20, 2020

In this episode of the Ideation Podcast, Chris Heuertz, Founding Partner at Gravity and Author of The Enneagram of Belonging, shares his insights into the Enneagram and its implications for self, relationships, spirituality and vocation. Topics include the origins and uniqueness of the Enneagram, true self vs. false self, personal liberation, nature vs. nurture, self-awareness, radical self-awareness, practicing compassion, virtues, making peace with our passions, and implications for the workplace.
Chris Heuertz is a founding partner of Gravity, a Center for Contemplative Activism. Gravity exists to support the development of consciousness by offering contemplative retreats, spiritual direction, and Enneagram consultations and workshops. Chris spent nearly three decades in community organizing, international humanitarian work, and anti-human trafficking efforts, and was first introduced to the Enneagram in the slums of Cambodia. Since then he has trained under some of the great living Enneagram masters, and now teaches the Enneagram in workshops around the world as an International Enneagram Association Accredited Professional. Host of the Enneagram Mapmakers podcast, Chris is also featured in the new documentary NINE: The Enneagram Documentary, a journey across America to introduce the essence of the nine profile types. He is the author of seven books, including the award-winning bestseller The Sacred Enneagram and his latest work The Enneagram of Belonging; both are compassionate guides for those who want to incorporate personal growth and development with their Enneagram type.