Is "Surviving Your Serengeti" the new DISC profiling system for the 22nd Century?
I don't know, but I'm hoping so!
You remember DISC. Invented in the 1920's, the DISC Personality System is called the universal language of behavior. According to the DISC, people share styles in varying degrees of intensity. Drive, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance. The acronym DISC stands for the four personality styles represented by these letters.
I like the idea of taking clues to our personality styles from Africa's Serengeti. I like feeling a link to this ecosystem, one of the oldest on earth.
The Serengeti's essential features of climate, vegetation and fauna have barely changed in the past million years. That couldn't be further from today's real estate reality, where change is daily occurrence.
And the patterns of life, death, adaptation and migration in the Serengeti are as old as the land itself. But in our reality of daily change, the ability to embrace change in our Serengeti is key to our survival.
The first two chapters of the book "Surviving Your Serengeti" have me looking forward to learning more about the strengths and weaknesses of the animals of the Serengeti and of myself, the Enterprising Crocodile.
Just as the DISC system taught me the strengths and weaknesses of my personality, "Surviving Your Serengeti" promises to bring that personality profile into the 22nd Century and give me another tool to adapt and prosper in MY ever changing Serengeti.
Find out about ActiveRain's "Surviving Your Serengeti". This is an opportunity to take advantage of ActiveRain's efforts to increase our individual efforts to be effective real estate professionals.
Take the Serengeti quiz, find out how you will survive your own Serengeti!
Then remember, use the information you can from the other animals...for we are the animals on earth more able to change and augment our survival skills!
“He who cannot change the very fabric of his thought will never be able to change reality, and will never, therefore, make any progress”
Anwar Sadat 1918-1981