Here is a little challenge for you:
Find a mirror, stand in front of it, and imagine it’s that person that’s driving you crazy or upsetting you right now. And I want you to say this: “It’s not you, it’s me.”
Go ahead, say it and get that defensive look of innocence off your face. You see, the key to the disconnect doesn’t start with them – it starts with you. And that’s a good thing! You are the only one you can truly change.
It’s not just about your abilities. We find that your behavior is a much better predictor of where you will function with success than your raw ability. And the goal is to not only look at what you are doing, but the root personality traits that show why you are acting that way.
In the profile alone, you get information on:
We love using DISC Personality Profiles here at 48 Days. All of our 48 Days Coaches are certified in DISC because we truly believe in the power of these profiles to aid in self-awareness and really recognizing what plays into your strengths.
These are backed by years of validity testing and was originally created by William Marston in the early 1920s. With a mere 24-questions (that’s less than 20 minutes to take), it’s amazing to see what an in-depth report you get back. This provides an incredibly intuitive baseline for understanding yourself and leveraging your natural tendencies.
This report is a 20-minute, scientific series of questions and answers that quantifies your natural tendencies and lays them out in a report that provides an insightful view of “who you are” in a work environment.
Download a sample report by clicking the image to the right.
Dan begins all of his coaching clients with this report!
And more importantly, the complete 48 Days Standard Personality Profile includes the supporting features below to create a clear road map for finding the ‘Work You Love’.
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