New York City, New York - United States
Hi! I'm Megan Jackson. Thank you for stopping by to view my profile. As a coach, I long to come alongside you to support, encourage, and empower you to live into who God has created you to be by using the tool of the Enneagram.
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Certified Enneagram Coach: Type 2
More about Megan Jackson
As for me, I identify as a type 2. I grew up about 50 miles north of Houston in Montgomery, Texas and I currently live in New York City. I have a degree in Musical Theatre and minor in Dance from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. After college, I worked at a professional theater in Houston called the A.D. Players Theater for about four years before moving to the Big Apple to pursue acting. I am passionate about the Enneagram and have been profoundly impacted by how it has taught me about myself and how I am wired to think, feel, and do and how this wiring affects my daily life, habits, work and relationships. I enjoy getting to know people and their life stories and am passionate about empowering people to live into who God has created them to be.
Certified Enneagram Coach
Certified Enneagram Internal Profile (EIP) Coach
“I come to Megan for advice and understanding that I trust. When I need to chew on challenging things that affect my life and the lives around me, Megan provides a safe place where I can kick around very fresh ideas/promptings without fear of manipulation, bias, or rejection. Because of her belief, I am encouraged to believe and the chain continues.” -Alison Whitehurst, type 1
“I would say a conversation with Megan is like having a conversation with a sister, mother, and teacher, all wrapped into one. It’s a connection that most people aren’t capable of creating with people.” -Steven Rice, type 9
“Megan listens intentionally and asks really good questions. She is one of the best listeners I know and I always feel safe and fully accepted, she is very accepting and nonjudgmental of others.” -Kellie Pearson, type 2
“Megan knows how to listen. I come to her, as do a lot of people, not because she has all of the answers, but because I know she will tell me the truth, without being harsh, but also without a silver lining that I sometimes look for in order to ‘feel better’.” -Amanda Sundberg, type 8