In part 2, we took the time to walk through the DISC model’s four basic temperaments. Hopefully, through reading each of those descriptions, you could get a feeling or understanding of where you fell within that model (If you are interested in really nailing it down, click here). Today, we will look at identifying other personalities and … More Home Culture Part 3: Building Trust
This week we will do a high-level overview of temperaments and personality types. Yet, before we dig in, let’s recall what we learned last week about identifying values. Values: Your values are the things you believe are important in the way you live and work. They (should) determine your priorities, and, deep down, they’re probably the measures you … More Home Culture Part 2: Who are you?
In last week’s post, we touched upon wellness and creating a home environment where everybody’s needs are met. We specifically pointed out the friction between the sense of belonging and authenticity. To this point, we reviewed the slippery slope where people begin to choose the comfort of conformity over a sense of authenticity. Over the … More Home Culture Part 1: Values
Today’s post is really just the tip of a large iceberg (called Wellness) that we will uncover in the coming weeks. Hopefully, these words will give you some great triggering thoughts on how to adjust your home environment to maximize your family’s wellness potential. As a dad, I find myself trying to balance out my … More The Balance: Authenticity and Belonging
Happy New Year! With the new year, I have made a couple of resolutions to improve my life. I do this every year, and each year I have mixed results. I attribute my mixed results to the fact that I used to wait on inspiration to take action. Perhaps you know the feeling. Inspiration is … More Hesitation: The Mind’s Quicksand