When was the last time you reviewed your understanding of the DISC Behavioral Wheel?

Remember that on the Behavior Wheel, the letters inside each segment represent only those styles that are expressed (above the energy line). The further to the outside edge of the wheel that a person is plotted, the more intense their style is, and it may take more energy for them to adapt to styles that are different than theirs. They may need to intentionally “tone down” their own style in order to adapt, and they may need some recovery time if this adaptation is frequent or sustained. When plotted more towards the center, the less intense the style(s) and the more adaptable they are because they can shift easier to styles that are similar to their own. However, they may feel some inner tension with those styles.

Have you run into any interesting or confusing plots on the DISC Wheel? Please share them in the comments!