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July 15, 2010

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michael  cardus

DiSC seems to be trending w/ the IATF.
I have and do use assessment with coaching clients, and remind them that with behaviors you can change. And most likely you will change the behavior plus much of the responses to the question are situational. That is why the DiSC shows 4 quadrants.
Yet I always struggle w/ self assessment of data. The positive illusion and observer created reality we cannot shake no matter how the questions are re-phrased.
Self assessment see us as we see ourselves. That can serve as a powerful present to future goal state, or spin into a doom loop of "this is how I am and you all have to deal".

L Spies spies

i have just competed the free Personal Strength Profile but could not download my PDF file results due to an error

Is there any way of that you can forward them to me by mail
to L Spies
[email protected]

Regards

Lood

Tom Heck, President & Founder of the IATF

Hi Lood --

I'm responding to the comment you left about experiencing difficulty with the Personal Strength Profile.

That profile is administered by the Anthony Robbins Company so you'll need to contact them to solve the issue. You can find their contact info here:

http://www.tonyrobbins.com/contact-us.php

I hope this helps.

Tom

Tom Heck, President & Founder of the IATF

Hi Mike --

I'm responding to your comment about DISC "trending" with the IATF. I'm not sure what you mean by "trending". I just searched the IATF site and found only one reference to DISC. You might be referencing the recent discussion that took place in the IATF members only area about DISC.

Assessments are a tool. Fire is a tool. Assessments (like fire) are neither good or bad. Like any tool, they can be used creatively and destructively. The question we should all be asking is "How can I use this tool to create a positive outcome?"

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