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There is a way to do that, as I write in my eBook, "From Can’t Stand to Understand How to Handle Difficult People." Here are seven steps you can take to improve your people skills by understanding and adapting to people whose behavior can drive you crazy.Learn the characteristics of the four DISC behavioral styles first defined by Harvard psychologist William Moulton Marston in his book, "The Emotions of Normal People" (1928). The four behavioral factors all people have in different degrees are:D Dominant (how we handle problems and challenges)I Influencing (how we influence others)S Steadiness (how we respond to the pace of the environment)C Cautious, Compliant (how we respond to rules set by others)Know How to Identify Each Person’s Core StyleA person’s core style is his/her highest behavioral factor and
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