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The DiSC Subtypes

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I use DiSC Personality Inventory to describe four subtypes based on whether you are more secure, more enthusiastic, more conscientious or more decisive as a person. It reflects your general style or attitude to life. Some people are naturally more confident, while other people are more prone to doubting themselves.

The Wanderers - Green (Introverted or Extroverted)

  • Secure and steady in themselves
  • Strong boundaries
  • Sometimes too relaxed

These types have a focus on finding and staying true to who they are. They are focused on making their own path in life and developing their own identity. They are known to be more secure in themselves and are generally easygoing people. You know that life cannot be controlled, and you accept chaos and change as a natural part of life. You prefer to go with the flow and to enjoy the good things in life. You crave good health, relaxation, and pleasure. You often doubt your abilities and skill and so you prefer to let other people lead. You need to develop more trust in your own abilities and power and stop looking to other people to make decisions for you.

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