Using funny anecdotes to explain the DISC style often makes these behavioral styles easier to understand and remember!
The Family Road Trip with DISC
The High D’s are most likely to speed.
They don’t take many rest stops and are all about getting to the destination quickly.
The High I’s keep the conversation going after everyone else is falling asleep.
They’ll sing out loud to the radio, play games, and bring energy to the trip.
The High S’s come prepared for the trip.
They’ll have sandwiches packed, drinks in coolers, and plenty of entertainment the whole family can enjoy.
They’ll prefer a nice familiar route to their destination.
The High C’s dissect the map for any shortcuts.
They’ll have certain ideas about how people should eat in the car.
They’ll want the trip to follow the route exactly.
So, which one is you?
(And remember, in reality, you’re mostly likely a combination of more than one behavioral style.)