Last year, John C. Maxwell, one of my mentors, asked each of his certified coaches and speakers to volunteer for one week in May to serve by sharing four important leadership lessons. Frankly, I thought it was a great idea! This…Continue
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Hello, my name is Deb Ingino, and I am a juggler.
And I'm betting you are,…Continue
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Several of you know or at least have heard of - whether you will admit it or not - Jeff Foxworthy, the “You Might Be a Redneck” guy.
Well, I’ve decided to give all this a New York “My Wired Style” spin. So here goes.
You might be D-wired if:
In addition to founding My Wired Style, I am the CEO of Strength Leader Development. During one of our Strength Leader classes last week, we talked about …Continue
I’ve been enjoying my first few weeks of official “free agency”, and they’ve been busy ones, I assure you. I’m excited about all the coaching clients I am able to help with finding out how they are wired and using their strengths to do some pretty significant things.
And I am thrilled to be…Continue
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Has it happened with an adult lately?
As children we may not have been tainted yet by what the world believes is possible. But as adults, we are reminded over and over and over again.
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Well, now we come to the seventh and final chapter in our series on leadership. This one has tentacles that extend into every other chapter. It can make or break the other six. Managed well, it will nourish and support them. Left undisciplined, it can break up a…Continue
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I love the stage that young children go through when they play dress up. They try on costumes, they act 'as if' they're a cowboy, a princess, a superhero and even Mom or Dad. I so wish this delightful stage wouldn't go away. From those experiences, children learn to push the boundaries of what they believe is…Continue
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As I write this I'm enjoying a flight from New York to Denver to speak at the Free Agent Academy's Accelerator Event. I love contributing to leaders and I find the environment around aspiring entrepreneurs to be exciting.
And so I'm flying.…Continue
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I was coaching a client recently trying to move from their current career into a business and one of their…Continue
I was on line at a local discount store and overheard a heartbreaking conversation between a Mom and her son this week. It was easy to spot how busy this Mom was, she was juggling a few things, was obviously frustrated that the line was going too slow and kept telling her son to stop looking around and just 'stand still'.…Continue
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What games did you enjoy playing as a child? Jump rope, checkers, basketball, hopscotch? The answer may be revealing to how you're wired.
Were you reserved as a child and would prefer games that you played alone and you were competing against yourself or not competing at all?
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I read part of the book the Discovery Adventure Club by Deb Ingino to my daughter Eva and we review the book together.To learn more about Drew's blog,… Continue
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