Are you looking for a way to make the learning from DISC stick?

Emily Bass

By Emily Bass, MSW, ACC, ACP Emily Bass

DISC Behavioral Profile offers an enormous amount of valuable information for anyone wanting to improve their relationships and their communication. The comprehensive DISC report was never intended to be understood and absorbed in one reading. Just like any new skill, putting to use the DISCprinciples requires daily practice in real life environments.

Learning can happen passively such as with small children learning their language; it just happens over time. All of a sudden, a child begins speaking through passive exposure to the language within their environment.

Learning also happens actively, with deliberate practice.  Active practice takes intentionality and motivation. The motivation comes from the purpose behind it, for example, learning a new sport so you can enjoy it with your kids as they grow.

We all make developmental investments in ourselves throughout our lives. Many of those investments require some sort of learning. We all have a choice as to how far we take the learning of those investments. Passive learning is easiest and requires the least amount of effort. Active learning is a deeper learning while requiring more effort from the learner.

Now, imagine combining the passive learning with intentional, active learning in your everyday environment. That is what DISC Daily does, it turns your efforts to actively learn the principles of DISC into both passive and active exercises within your daily environment.

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