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Eli Teneva

Eli represents Generation Z (that we will be talking a lot about in the future) and while still in high school, she splits her time between versatile activities she enjoys - from math, engineering and reading books to basketball and long-distance running. Personality Style: C

Recent Posts

5 Steps to Overcoming the daily dread on your fitness goals with DISC

Posted on 2019-03-13

Life is full of hardships and challenges that may stop or slow people down from reaching their goals as a whole. It is very important to keep a positive mindset and find creative solutions for when you hit the setback on your road to success. This is especially valid for fitness goals, as people tend to drop these off instead of discovering ways to overcome the daily dread of their routine. DISC theory and DISC Fitness Report are designed to help people to become the best version of themselves by assessing their personality style and what fitness activity fits everyone naturally. Remember that no matter of your personality style, everyone may come to the point of “hitting a wall,” a term used in sports to describe a sudden loss of energy and fatigue. Here is an easy five step plan to follow when you want to set yourself free from the built-up frustration of not moving forward towards the accomplishment of your fitness goals.

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DISC Personality Lessons You Can Teach Your Children

Posted on 2019-03-08

You will never hear an argument about raising children is one of the most important jobs a parent has. Growing the little humans goes far beyond the proper feeding, dressing and teaching practical safety experience. All parents try to raise children with good manners, to do well in school and extracurricular activities, and how to land successful careers as grown-ups. As we are getting drawn into behavior, there is one tool that is very beneficial in your parenting arsenal. Understanding DISC personalities and behaviors helps every parent and child with behavioral and emotional upraising.

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DISC for young students' motivation and engagement

Posted on 2019-03-04

The prominent American author Brian Herbert has said, “The ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.” This is a good reminder for every teacher and parent as they all have to struggle sometimes with discovering new ways to develop their children or students’ skills to learn as well as maintain their learning motivation. And since every child has a unique personality, the same approach will not work equally on everyone. Increasing learning motivation and classroom engagement can be achieved with the application of DISC.

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What you need to know about Gen Z?

Posted on 2019-01-14

No matter the size of the company you’re operating, you will never do everything by yourself and will always depend upon people you hire. The saying that people are the most valuable asset of any business has proven its validity over time. Every business owner will rely on their employees to grow their company, so knowing your employees from different perspectives is always important.

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How to recognize DISC styles according to their goals

Posted on 2019-01-14

It has become somewhat of a tradition for people all around the world to make New Year’s resolutions or use the beginning of the year in order to motivate and challenge themselves for the months to come. Research shows that about 45% of the US population make at least one resolution, but sadly only 4% are still committed to their resolution by the end of the year. Setting goals is a positive approach to growth, so it is a good thing to set a lot of big and crazy goals, as well as some smaller and easier ones to accomplish. It’s really interesting to examine how people with different DISC types of personality arrange their list of goals and how to recognize their personality based on their aspirations.

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4 ways to motivate athletes with DISC

Posted on 2018-12-20

Everyone is different, and we all deserve to be viewed as the unique human beings we are. People are motivated by different things, so it’s important for sport and fitness coaches to understand their athletes’ personalities in order to provide them with the most effective workouts at the right time. During any type of vigorous exercise, the mind of the athlete is constantly engaged with either a positive or negative thought. Planting the right, positive mindset could greatly affect an athlete’s performance; however, in order to accomplish this, the coach needs to conform to the athlete’s personality and way of thinking. Everyone is motivated by different things, which means what works for one might not really work for another.

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