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The missing component of DISC

The missing component of DISC

Values and intentions.

They’re two incredibly important pieces of who we are, wouldn’t you say?

Not only do they tell us a great deal about who we are as individuals; for those of you who are fascinated with or have studied human behavior, you know that values and intentions play a pivotal role in guiding our behavior – from how we plan our week, to how we make decisions, to everything in between.

Values are defined as, “a person's principles or standards of behavior; one's judgment of what is important in life.”

And intentions can be defined as, “an aim or plan.”

Have you ever felt like you’re wandering aimlessly through life, wondering why your behavior is off? Why the simplest of tasks seem so hard to get done?

If you’re feeling like this (or have felt like this), chances are, you haven't had an aim or a plan. Nor a clear understanding of your values.

Think about how closely related the two are and how essential understanding each of them is to understanding our behavior styles as a whole.

I can remember back when I became a student in personal and professional growth, and realizing the reason I had been stuck for so many years was simply because I didn’t have a full understanding of who I was and what was driving me forward.

In other words, I didn’t have an understanding of my values and intentions nor the emotional intelligence to understand the core of who I was…

You see, understanding human behavior is incomplete when we don't include the deeper components of who we are, like our values and intentions. And to truly understand that side of ourselves, we need to hone in on our emotional intelligence (EQ).

For those of you who are familiar with the DISC behavior assessment, have you ever wanted to take it a step further?

…To not only understand your behavioral style at a deeper level, but to also bridge the gap between values, intentions, and behavior? To understand your emotional side and how it contributes to your overall DISC style?

Lucky for us, we have an EQ expert who also happens to be a DISC behavior consultant.

And this Saturday, July 9th at 11am (ET), she’s enlightening us on the power of combining EQ with DISC to take it a step further and gain a better understanding of not only your behavior – but what influences it.

I hope you can tune in on Facebook LIVE, right here.
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This could be the difference maker for you.