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More about the "S" (Steady) Style - Stress & Motivation

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More about the "S" (Steady) Style  -  Stress & Motivation

Today’s deeper dive blog is about the “S” (Steady / Steadiness). We know that the “S” is a deliberate, moderate, more reserved PACE combined with a more people-oriented PRIORITY.  I’d also like to add some other descriptors to your understanding of the general “S” style:  even-tempered, accommodating, patient, humble, calm, peaceful, serene, and tactful.  Along those lines, “S’s” are about 1) giving support, 2) maintaining stability, and 3) enjoying collaboration.  Their motto:  “Let’s Do It Together”.

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More about the "C" (Conscientious) Style - Stress & Motivation

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More about the "C" (Conscientious) Style  -  Stress & Motivation
We know that the “C” is a deliberate, moderate, more reserved PACE combined with a more task-oriented PRIORITY.  I’d also like to add some other descriptors to enhance your understanding of the general “C” style:  analytical, reserved, precise, private, systematic, thoughtful, and questioning.  Along those lines, “C’s” are about 1) ensuring accuracy, 2) maintaining stability, and 3) challenging assumptions.  Their motto:  “Do it Right”.

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More about the "D" (Dominant) Style - Stress & Motivation

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More about the "D" (Dominant) Style -  Stress & Motivation
In this series of blogs, you have learned increasingly more about the four styles of DISC (Dominant, Influence, Steady, and Conscientious).  Now that we have the basics of PACE & PRIORITY behind us, I’d like to dive a little deeper into each styles' Stressors and Motivators.

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