What should you write in your Mother's Day card based on her personality style?

You’ve finally found the perfect Mother’s Day gift, but you still need to get her a card. The card companies may have done a great job on the outside of the card, but what are you going to write on the inside? You can’t just say “Happy Mother’s Day” to the woman who brought

Managers Dealing with Difficult Salespeople - Part 2

As a sales manager, you’ve probably had to contend with difficult salespeople from time to time. Attempting to motivate, encourage, organize, and enforce systems while juggling the needs and demands of the personalities on your staff can feel like an intricate game of chess.

What Type of Tree are You?

What Type of Tree Matches Your Personality Style? Because both Earth Day and Arbor Day fell within the month of April, we thought it'd be fun to explore which type of tree each personality style wood be (get it?).

4 Personality Based Ways to Reduce Stress

How to De-Stress After Doing Your Taxes Tax season is upon us. And as we all rush to file those last minute returns, it can get pretty stressful. As they say, there’s nothing certain in life but death and taxes. Why not try to make one of them a little easier?

Sales Horror Stories and How to Prevent Them

The Problem If you’ve ever met a salesperson whose personality didn’t fit with yours, you know how annoying the wrong approach to sales can be.

What Type of Pie Are You?

In honor of National Pi Day, we explored the “personalities” of different types of pie. If each DISC personality style were a type of pie, which one would it be?

Before You Can Achieve, You Must Perceive - A Lesson in Perceptual Learning

Pardon the bad rhyme, but it’s true. Education is the precursor to achievement; a cornerstone of success. A successful educational experience is one in which the learner accurately perceives the instructor’s information.

Resolving Conflict At Work Using DISC- The Quick Version

Differences in opinion, miscommunication, resentment, misunderstanding, differing goals, different priorities, lack of transparency, hunger, sleepiness, you name it- the list of factors that can cause conflict between two people are nearly endless.  

What I learned by Running a DISC Analysis of Our Entire Department

As I read through my DISC profile for the first time, I found myself nodding a lot, and smiling to myself. “Yep, that sounds like me,” was the thought that rang through my head.

Managers Dealing with Difficult Salespeople - Part 1

You've probably had to contend with difficult personalities, as a sales manager, from time to time. Attempting to motivate, encourage, organize, and enforce systems while juggling the needs and demands of the personalities on your staff can feel like an intricate chess game.

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