What FEAR Looks Like Through the Eyes of DISC

Do you live your life by what drives you or do you react to life through fear? The predominant fears of each of the four behavioral styles are very unique from each other.

What Does It Take To Excel In Sales?

So many people explore the world of sales, yet only a select few can make a successful career out of it. What are some of the prerequisites needed to excel in this highly competitive field? We may be able to uncover hints about those who have the best chance for success by looking at...

How Can I Get Rich? 6 Things Self-Made Millionaires Have Done to Find Success

Google “how can I get rich” and you’ll find 931,000,000 results. Apparently this question (and its potential answers) are top of mind for many. Becoming a millionaire, or at least being independently wealthy, is often at the heart of many entrepreneurs’ visions. The thought of financial freedom and...

The 5 Most Viewed TTI Success Insights Blogs This Summer

  As a leading voice in the management solutions industry, TTI Success Insights shares information through our weekly blog on topics ranging from behaviors, motivators, talent management solutions, emotional intelligence, acumen and so much more. Below you'll find the five most viewed blogs over...

How Behaviors and Drivers Influenced the Greatest Songwriting Team in History

  In our previous blog entitled, How Lennon and McCartney Used Collaboration and Competition to Create Genius, we looked at how John Lennon and Paul McCartney used their opposing behavior styles to work brilliantly together. John and Paul, along with a little help from their friends George and...

How Lennon and McCartney Used Collaboration and Competition to Create Genius

John Lennon and Paul McCartney, it can be argued, formed the greatest songwriting partnership in the history of recorded music. The Beatles changed the world in their eight years as a popular music powerhouse. On the surface, the two may seem like two peas in a pod. In reality, John and Paul...

Using DISC to Analyze Non-Verbals: Part II

DISC is the universal language that helps us to identify a person’s behavioral style. It’s considered to be “universal” because the rules of DISC apply to everyone, regardless of their place of origin. Another great thing about DISC is that it is observable. With minimal training, it’s fairly easy...

Speaking Volumes Without Saying A Word: Using DISC to Analyze Non-Verbals

DISC is the universal language that helps us to identify a person’s behavioral style. It’s considered to be “universal” because the rules of DISC apply to everyone, regardless of their place of origin. Another great thing about DISC is that it is observable. With minimal training, it’s fairly easy...

DISC Uncovered: Seeking Perfection in the Shadow of Fear as a High-C

Having a deeper understanding of people’s behavioral styles can provide significant insight into how to better communicate with them. Using a proven science such as DISC can help uncover observable clues about a person’s predominant factor influencing their style of behavior. DISC is an acronym...

DISC Uncovered: Taking It Easy as a High-S

Having a deeper understanding of people’s behavioral styles can provide significant insight into how to better communicate with them. Using a proven science such as DISC can help uncover observable clues about a person’s predominant factor influencing their style of behavior. DISC is an acronym...