What the World Needs Most from Men with Dallas Hartwig, type 4
What the world needs most from men is what Dallas Hartwig and I dig into on today’s podcast. As an Enneagram type 4, The Individualist, Dallas tends to be on a lifelong mission to find himself and we dive deep into his journey.
Dallas is the co-author of two New York Times bestselling books, Whole 30 and It Starts with Food. In his latest book, The 4 Season Solution, Dallas lays out the groundbreaking plan for feeling better, living well, and powering down our always-on lives.
Our conversation begins with his journey from being passionate about fitness and nutrition to raising his son with intention in a time when boys need initiation into manhood more than ever. His mission in life is to share how to make healthy lifestyle choices in this crazy world and I couldn’t be more on board with his passion for sharing the importance of nutrition.
Digging into his Enneagram personality type, we begin to understand how fluidly we can experience life through the heart of an Individualist. He shares a deep story of how he can relate to my experience as a Challenger because of an overbearing mother. I also truly value Dallas’s perspective on attachment styles as it pertains to the immature masculine energy, of which I can deeply resonate to his share.
So sit back, grab a pen and paper, and take thoughtful notes on this intense conversation with Dallas Hartwig, father, speaker, and leader. If his message resonated with you today, please connect with him on Instagram @dallashartwig or on his website at dallashartwig.comTags: 4 season solution, anxious, attachment theory, avoidant, believe be real be bold, boys to men, challenger, coach, dallas hartwig, enneagram, feminine, group, interview, it starts with food, masculine, mens work, podcast, style, the individualist, type 4, type 8, whole 30