Dr. Keith Ablow’s Pain-2-Power Personality Profile

The Pain-2-Power Personality Profile is a wonderful and effective window on YOU—as an individual, and it points the way to turning that knowledge into power.

 

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The Pain-2-Power Personality Profile will provide you with gold-standard insights into what truly motivates you, what you take joy in, what you find stressful and how you solve problems—individually and as a leader or part of a team.  It is a little like a DNA profile—but of your psychological DNA.

The Pain-2-Power Personality Profile allows you to identify which type of person you are, predominantly—confident, independent and focused on bottom-line results (D Type); focused on relationships and building consensus (I Type); hoping to be seen as dependable and sincere (S Type); or motivated by accuracy, efficiency and being regarded as an expert (C Type).

You might be primarily a D Type, with shades of S Type, or any other combination.

Which personality type you have predicts how you will interact with others of the same or different personality types.  That means you can use our personality profile to evaluate what strengths exist in a relationship and what potential weaknesses, and how to optimize or navigate them.  If you and your colleagues each take the test, you’ll gain lots of insight into why you’ve been hitting it out of the park together or why you’ve run into roadblocks.  The same is true for spouses and other members of a family.

You can also select Pain-2-Power Personality Profile special products to focus in on your leadership “DNA” or particular ways you should go about pursuing physical fitness.

When you take the Pain-2-Power Personality Profile (which takes as little as 15 minutes, depending on which test you choose), you will receive a personalized report which:

 
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Understanding the Elements of DISC

 

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The DISC profile first allows you to see yourself as oriented more towards getting tasks completed (D or C, on the left side of the diagram) or establishing relationships with people (I or S, on the right side of the diagram). 

The profile then gets more granular, because some task-oriented people are direct and focused on achieving results, even when they must adopt a rather dominant stance to do so (D), while other task-oriented people are more reserved, compliant and focused on analyzing information (C).

Similarly, some of those who are more focused on relationships tend to be outgoing and optimistic and good at influencing others (I), while other relationship-oriented people are patient and tactful and valued for being steady (S).

You can see why, then, that both C and S individuals are thought to be more “reserved.” They are the analytical or patient types.  D and I individuals are the outgoing ones — D because of a results-oriented perspective and I because of a knack for influencing others with optimistic energy.

 

The Pain-2-Power Personality Profile is a wonderful and effective window on YOU—as an individual, and it points the way to turning that knowledge into power.