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:
May 25, 1961. That day was a turning point in the history of the United States. That was the day President John F. Kennedy presented a monumental speech before Congress, wherein he announced the United States would be sending a man to the moon within the decade. Here are some excerpts from that speech. They are powerful lessons in vision.
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Have you ever been around a cranky two-year-old?
Have you ever acted like a cranky two-year-old yourself?
I think we can all answer a resounding, “Yes!” to those two questions, for sure.
The thing about a two-year-old is that…Continue
Play a Little Smarter
I know you’ve seen the headlines, but I feel the need to repeat them anyway.
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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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Chapter 6 - Leadership Home
Home for the…Continue
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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Prescription for a Torn Meniscus
The timing of this newsletter is befitting, as I am currently in the doctor’s office being treated for a partially torn meniscus. I managed to do this as I was traveling…
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The Leadership Mind
What Does Your Cell Phone Say to You?
Is it sinful that I have my iPhone 4S refer to me as…Continue
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The Seven Chapters of Leadership
Chapter 2 - The Leadership Work Formula…Continue
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We all want to find our Sweet spot.
That place where our strengths and our satisfaction come together to paint a place where work doesn't seem like work and we can feel our contribution in a significant way.
No matter who you are it begins with your strengths.
What are the things you do really well?
What does your DISC wired strengths report say about your strengths?
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Are you leading or are part of a project group or team? Here's a video on Team Wired Styles you'll find helpful.
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Have a young child in a meltdown? A teen struggling through some feelings? Did you know there is a clear link between our child's wired style and their emotional needs? Here are a few key emotional needs for each wired style:
D wired child - They need to feel that others (including their parents) are…Continue
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