What I Learned From Not Accepting My (Bossy) Nature. Accept and work with what your natural traits are instead of suppressing yourself.
If there’s any trait pervasive about me, it’s that I’m bossy. Throughout my life, I’ve been told that countless times.
You’re so bossy.
And it’s never meant positively, so I’ve always looked at it as something bad. A negative trait.
As such, for years, I’ve been trying to tone it down and rein it in. And you know what, it worked. At least, I thought.
Last year, when we were doing a company-wide workshop of self-assessment, we had to take something called the DiSC assessment.
It’s a model that measures what style of person you are, and how that relates to your work performance. It categorizes you in Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, or Conscientiousness, or a combination of two, with one being more dominant.
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