Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Fort Myers & The Islands


The first time I heard about this profile method was in early 2006.

My husband called me and told me that he had just taken the profile for his job and that as they were going over what each letter meant, he knew 100% without a doubt exactly what I was. He said the instructor described me to a "T". He could not believe how spot on the profile was of me.

I  was somewhat skeptical about it. I have done the Myers Brigg and umpteen other assessments. I saw merit to them but was not completely sold out.

A few months later I took it was was VERY surprised that is was only 24 questions; it seemed too simplistic. However, I was amazed how the pages of the DISC desrcibed me so accurately. It has helped me tremendously with my professional and personal life.

I am wondering how many others out there have taken it.

How did you score? Do you find the assessment accurate, if so to what degree? Do you use it in your job??

Thanks in advance for taking the time to post a response.



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John Caylor
Infinity Financial Group - Post Falls, ID
Post Falls, ID Mortgages
I took the DISC test about 4 months ago and I have to admit it was incredible how accurate it is. I scored a High D/High I.
May 20, 2007 01:35 PM #1
Leigh Brown
Leigh Brown & Associates, RE/MAX Executive - Charlotte, NC
CEO, Dream Maker - Charlotte, NC
I'm a HIGH D.  I use this profile in interviews for my team, it's helped tremendously in selecting team members.
May 20, 2007 01:39 PM #2
Melanie Ross
Coldwell Banker Solano Pacific - Benicia, CA
Benicia CA & Vallejo CA Real Estate, 707-319-2828
So where does one take this?  I have done myers-brigss many years ago. Curious to see what this might be.  Thanks
May 20, 2007 01:41 PM #3
Beth Bastian
Rosemont Financial Inc - Simi Valley, CA
Simi Valley Real Estate
I am a high DC, all of my agents use this profile, it makes for a great office.
May 20, 2007 01:47 PM #4
Frank D'Angelo
EXIT REALTY NEXUS Minneapolis & St. Paul MN - Coon Rapids, MN
Helping people is my business in Real Estate

Hi Kimberly,

Our entire real estate company utilizes DISC personalities and it's significance in representing all personality profiles.

It's a great tool to have in your tool box.  Congrats!!!

Frank D'Angelo -Broker/SRS

DSC profile

May 20, 2007 01:50 PM #5
Lori Hakeem Oxley
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc. - Tampa, FL
I took this last year and I'm a high "D" and "I".  I think this is a great way to see what our strengths and areas of improvement are.
May 20, 2007 03:12 PM #6
Dave Cheatham
INC Financial - Bartlett, IL

I have taken this test many times.  It changes for me depending on my job, or if I it is in my personal life.  For the most part I am a High D S.

I do like the test.

May 20, 2007 03:46 PM #7
Alexander Harb
Knights Investing - Mesquite, TX
Dallas, Texas Real Estate Investing

I have never taken the test, so I could not tell you what I am....except that I am human.......



May 21, 2007 05:10 AM #8
Leigh Brown
Leigh Brown & Associates, RE/MAX Executive - Charlotte, NC
CEO, Dream Maker - Charlotte, NC
I use the online version (which is pay per use) at www.resourcesunlimited.com, if that helps. =)
May 21, 2007 06:16 AM #9
Kathy Becklin R(S)

I am seeing that many people are missing the best value of the profile.  Yes, you need to take the test to validate that the profile has some merit. It is fun and interesting to evaluate yourself and find ways to improve.  However, the best value of using personality profiles is understanding all of the personality types to the extent that you can assess customers and team members.   I've used both DISC and Myers-Briggs as well as a few others in my 20 years in management.  I personally like Myers Briggs because I find it easier to "type"  people without having them do an assessment.  DISC may be better if you are building a team where everyone takes the test but I've never used it like that.  

Here is a fun exercise to learn personality types.  Find a partner who watches the same TV shows and understands the personality profile.  Then independently figure out what personality types the characters are.  Get together and compare notes.  Use a couple different show types so that you hit all the personality types!  


May 22, 2007 04:16 AM #10
Bill Wigley
Keller Williams Realty, So. Oregon/Ming Tree Real Estate, Crescent City, CA - Crescent City, CA

My wife and I not only use DISC with our clients and teammates, but I teach DISC for real application for Realtors.  I know our company uses DISC to asses prospective agents and staff, but without the real application you may only learn about yourself and not others. 

Sep 01, 2008 05:33 AM #11
Charlene Meister
EXIT Realty Town & Country - Greenwood, NS
Annapolis Valley REALTOR®️

Our real estate office uses the DISC profiles as well.  We all know each others personality type and it helps us work effectively with each other.  Once you are able to identify prospects personality type, it also makes communicating with them easier. I am a High D/ High I.


Nov 09, 2008 05:10 AM #12

Just took for the first time, my employer is doing a workshop this afternoon.

High DC.

I think it is an impressively good representation of myself in a work environment, I'm also relatively sure my coworkers are going to be higher in the IC departments after a quick read of the descriptions.

Dec 10, 2008 05:46 AM #13
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