Having a Bad Day? PeopleKeys “Strategies for Fixing a Bad Day” Webinar Holds the Key to Turning It Around

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PeopleKeys plans to air a live webinar at 2pm EST on Friday, May 13th called “Strategies for Fixing a Bad Day.” This online training will focus on how to tap into the strengths in your personality to take control over a bad day and turn things around for the better. Registration can be found at peoplekeys.com.

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Waiting out a bad day is a luxury that not many of us have. You can live better by taking control of your life.

Everyone knows what it’s like to have a bad day. Sometimes, it just feels like no matter how hard you try, things just won’t go your way. Did you say something thoughtless? Miss a deadline? Maybe you’ve spent the entire day feeling unfocused, unproductive, unprepared, and unenthused? We’ve all been there. Often, getting through a bad day boils down to gritting your teeth and powering through until the day is over. But what happens if you don’t have time to wait out a bad day? What if you could find a way to take control when things start going sideways, and turn them around before they get worse?

PeopleKeys today announced good news for those looking to turn a bad day into a good one. On Friday, May 13th at 2pm EST, they will air a free online training called “Strategies for Fixing a Bad Day.” The class will focus on using DISC analysis to find personality-based strategies that will hit the reset button on a bad day and help you bounce back better than ever.

John Schindell, PeopleKeys Master Trainer and instructor of “Strategies for Fixing a Bad Day” said, “Whether it’s a work project gone awry, a looming deadline, a jam-packed schedule, or just a series of everyday disasters, some days are just plain awful. The good news is that you’re better equipped than you may know to fix the problem. Using DISC to become aware of your personality style will help you to recognize the ways that your personality affects the way you experience a bad day. From there, you can take control over your day and be ready to face whatever life throws your way. Waiting out a bad day is a luxury that not many of us have. You can live better by taking control of your life.”

Schindell went on to explain that techniques learned in “Strategies for Fixing a Bad Day” can also be used to:

  •     Look critically at a situation to determine what went wrong and why
  •     Learn about the strengths and limitations inherent in your personality
  •     Anticipate and manage your instinctual emotional reactions
  •     Regain your sense purpose and direction
  •     Turn a bad day into a temporary setback

The free “Strategies for Fixing a Bad Day” online training will air on Friday, May 13th at 2pm EST. The webinar will stream live at peoplekeys.com, and will be available on demand the following day. “Strategies for Fixing a Bad Day” will be presented as a part of PeopleKeys’ popular DISC for the Real World series, which includes monthly installments of free interactive 60-minute DISC training sessions on a variety of topics. For more information about PeopleKeys, DISC, their personality testing and behavioral analysis tools, or to register for the May 13th “Strategies for Fixing a Bad Day” DISC webinar, visit peoplekeys.com.

About PeopleKeys

PeopleKeys has been providing tools to measure the connection between personality and human behavior for over 30 years. PeopleKeys believes that an understanding of human behavior can be used to create effective leaders, improve relationships, streamline productivity, improve communication, and reduce stress. Their DISC personality tests and behavioral analysis tools have been translated into over 23 different languages, and are sold around the world. For more information about PeopleKeys and their DISC solutions, please contact Marketing Manager Kaitlyn Miller at 330-599-5580 x113.

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