DISCovering My Best Focus


DISCovering My Best Focus

We're each wired to succeed at something. Here we will uncover our DISC wiring and how to use it for our best focus in our business or career!

Website: http://www.StrengthLeader.com
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You, Your Wiring and Finding Your Best Business Focus

Hi Everyone

DISCovering your DISC wiring is a fundamental building block to discovering your best focus.
Here we will talk about our wiring, our wired strengths and how to successfully leverage them into a new business or career.

Join in the discussion!

Here are several podcasts on DISCovering your best and others:

DISC Strengths in Business

Visual Clues to How Others Are Wired

Tell Tale Signs of Whether You Are Working with a D.I.S. or C.

Discussion Forum

DISC Testimony Needed

Started by M. Kevin Horn. Last reply by M. Kevin Horn Dec 18, 2014. 2 Replies

I am preparing an 8 Week Class in which I want to recommend the DISC profile from Dan's website.Does anyone want to record a 15-20 minute case study teleconference call with me on how taking the DISC profile assessment and understanding your…Continue

Lead With Your Strength Video Conference

Started by Deb Ingino Oct 6, 2014. 0 Replies

I'm hosting a freebie this Thursday night at 7pm CT  on Leading with your strengths. Register here:http://www.strengthleader.com/lead_with_your_strengths/…Continue

How many people in this group actually have taken the DISC profile?

Started by Jason V. Last reply by Thomas H. Riche Mar 5, 2014. 3 Replies

Many people talk about it, but how many have actually taken it and know what style they are?I'm somewhat in the "D/I" middle ground. Continue

Where to find the advice for your passion area?

Started by Gabriela Florea. Last reply by Ashley Logsdon Jul 25, 2013. 1 Reply

Not sure if this is the right place for the question... but here it is... if one has a passion, how do you find out what jobs are out there that would match the passion? Or how do you know what to do to turn your passion into something makes…Continue

Deb's Blog

Make The Goal More Important Than The Role

  Click this link to listen In companies, we get hung up on position, title, posturing and aspiring to be in a certain role instead of focusing in on the goal. In this podcast we’ll cover how we can make the shift to make the goal more important than the role. Deb Ingino is the […]

The Best Leaders are Listeners

The stereotypical leader is the person out in front of the crowd, leading the charge. They are those in front of the group teaching. They are those on the stage speaking to the audience. They are the commandos making massive deals from big desks in corner offices. They are doers, speakers, and action-focused achievers.   […]

How to Break The Tie on Which Initiative to Launch

  Click this link to listen As leaders sometimes we have two great options on the table and we’re called to decide which one to go with. In this podcast you’ll here some questions some of the best leaders of today ask themselves so they make the best decision. Deb Ingino is the CEO of […]

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Comment by Jason V on October 7, 2012 at 11:01pm

I fully support this process and Deb as a guide / coach.  It's a tough thing to really hash out and then come out the other side feeling confident.  Each time I go through this with more experiences and wins/failures I feel like I get somewhat closer. :)

Group Leader
Comment by Deb Ingino on August 13, 2012 at 6:44pm

Arlena self esteem is something many of us need more of.  

My experience is that the more time we can spend operating in our strengths, even if the only opportunity we have to use them is through volunteering.  For example, are you gifted working with animals?  Volunteer once a week at an animal shelter.  Do you have a passion for teaching?  Go to the public library and offer to teach a course.   Is your strength in setting up computers?  Why not take that skill to the local senior citizen housing complex and offer to set up their computers.

The key is using the gifts we have to serve others and you will see your self-esteem soar!

Group Leader
Comment by Luke Townsley on August 11, 2012 at 10:37am


Part of the equation is to interview with jobs you BELIEVE you really want and can handle even in spite of what it might say on paper. Then it is just a matter of letting them know you REALLY believe you should be part of their team.

Granted, that is over simplifying, it won't work every time, and there are a lot more parts to that process.

But as far as building self confidence, it is hard to convince someone else you are the best when you are honestly doubting you really even want the job.

On a first interview, don't be afraid to interview them and find out if it is really a job you want. If you were looking for someone for your team, wouldn't it be nice if they would show some interest in what you do? And don't feel bad when you find out it isn't right and  you aren't accepted or bow out.

I know for me, I generally have to "sleep on it" before I really see a complex situation, such as an interview, clearly.

A rejection can be taken as a sign you didn't properly present your case or as a sign that it really wasn't the job you wanted.

The hiring process is notoriously fallible and studies show that very often the "best" candidate isn't the one chosen. Also lots of hires just don't work out.

Making a human connection and showing you would really fit on their team can be more important than having an extra credential on paper.

Luke Townsley

Group Leader
Comment by Deb Ingino on March 24, 2012 at 1:11pm

Hi Douglas

Great to meet you through this group.  Jump on into the dialogue here, we'd love to learn more about you!


Comment by DOUGLAS COLLIER on March 24, 2012 at 11:31am

Hello, Deb.  I've been hearing about you for a long time now.  Thought I'd look into the DISC group.  (ISCD)

Group Leader
Comment by Deb Ingino on August 31, 2011 at 10:03am

Ok all you D, I, S's and C's out there...here is some info you might find helpful as you move into work that you love

Comment by Barry Thompson on July 8, 2011 at 7:45pm
Deb this is a great group. Looking at your site site you do a wonderful job in teaching the different styles. I hope that more can join this group.
Comment by Brent Green on July 6, 2011 at 9:20pm
Good to see this group featured by Dan this week :)

Group Leader
Comment by Deb Ingino on July 6, 2011 at 5:44am

Hi Kris and welcome!

Here's the link:



Your book title 'Confessions of a 50 year old server' is so intriguing!  

You'll love the disc profile.  Pay careful attention to your POWERDISC page, that is where 70-80% of your activities should be in your business.  Give me a shout if you have any questions.







Comment by Kris Mason on July 5, 2011 at 11:17pm

can you direct me to the "DISC Personality Profile survey?"



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