Answers to the Who’s Who? Challenge

I want you to approach the answers below with the following understanding.  When you take the DISC Assessment it will give you 2 graphs, an Environment Graph and a Basic Graph.  The Environment Graph reflects our Adapted Personality Style – how we behave for success in our environment.  We can call this our “I Do” graph. The […]

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C Types

– C TYPES – – CAUTIOUS / CONSCIENTIOUS / COMPLIANT – I’ve often had people describe the C Personality as being a bit withdrawn compared to the other Personality Styles.  This came up in conversation with a C I know who understands DISC.  When I asked him if he felt there was any validity to […]

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D Types

  – D TYPES – – Dominant / Direct / Decisive – The other day I was standing in line at a store waiting to check out.  In front of me was a Mom with a daughter who appeared to be about 5 years old.  The little one was informing her Mom where they would go […]

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S Types

– S TYPES – – Supportive / Steady / Stable – I’ve joined a book club whose members have been getting together for years.  Their camaraderie lends itself to stimulating conversation.  This week a quote in the book led to a great discussion about taking on guilt when it isn’t necessary. Our discussion reminded me of […]

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I Types

– I TYPES – – Influence / Inspiring / Involved – My husband has a Harley.  On weekend mornings we love to go exploring on the bike, often stopping somewhere for breakfast.  We wear our leather Harley jackets and boots for protection.  I think we look pretty stylish and not at all intimidating but this weekend […]

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Are You Honest About Your Weakness?

Delegating is tough for a lot of people regardless of their Personality Style.  Delegating and not interfering is even harder.  This past weekend I met someone who had that ability and I truly admired her for it. While enjoying a 3 day motorcycle adventure through the mountains, Dave and I noticed a hands-on teaching facility […]

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DISC in the ICU

We are here for Bobby, my 29 year old future son-in-law, who is battling for life after being revived from cardiac arrest. Six weeks ago he was diagnosed with endocarditis. 19 days ago his heart failed. Bobby was medivac’d to a cardiology hospital in Miami, a city that is a melting pot of people. As […]

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Defeating Stress

Stress.  Crisis.  Tragedy.  How do you pull yourself through it and come out the other side?  People often say time heals.  My future son-in-law has now been in a coma for 3 1/2 months.  The doctors are saying time may not heal him.  Can time heal those who surround him? I don’t have the answer for that […]

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DISC Theory Primer

In 1923, Dr. William Moulton Marston published a book called “The Emotions of Normal People,”. In it, he identified the four major patterns of human behavior as: Dominance Influence Steadiness Conscientiousness No one person’s behavior ever falls 100% under one category,  but generally, one pattern will emerge as dominant with varying degrees of the other […]

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Hello world!

Moving day for our new online home. Nothing works as yet, just boxes and furnishings piled up in the middle of the room. But there’s a great view and the space is light and open. I think I’m going to like it here. Check back often!

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