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Beth McCord

Beth McCord (Type 9: Peaceful Accommodator) is a best-selling author, teacher, and the cofounder of Your Enneagram Coach (YEC), an organization that reaches millions of people around the world annually. She has spent the past 17 years pursuing her passion to come alongside individuals and help them rewrite their stories, allowing them to see that lasting change, meaningful relationships, and a life of deep purpose is possible. Along the way, she has also trained and mentored thousands of coaches to do the same. This passion is what drove her and her husband, Jeff, to establish YEC and create a community that is a safe place for individuals to explore the Enneagram. Having been trained by the best Enneagram experts and pouring hundreds of hours into advanced certifications, Beth is now a globally acclaimed leader in simplifying the deep truths of the Enneagram from a biblical perspective.
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