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  • Other Typology Theories

    by Published on 06-05-2011 06:47 PM

    The DISC Personality System is the universal language of behavior. Research has shown that behavioral characteristics can be grouped together in four major divisions called personality styles. People with similar personality profiles styles tend to exhibit specific behavioral characteristics common to that profile. All people share these four styles in varying degrees of intensity. The acronym DISC stands for the four personality styles represented by the letters:

    D (Drive)
    I (Influence)
    S (Steadiness)
    C (Compliance)

    D (Drive)

    General Characteristics:
    Direct. Decisive. High Ego Strength. Problem Solver. Risk Taker. Self Starter

    Value to Team:
    Bottom-line organizer. Places value on time. Challenges the status quo. Innovative

    Possible Weaknesses:
    Oversteps authority. Argumentative attitude. Dislikes routine. Attempts too much at once.

    Greatest ...
    by Published on 06-05-2011 05:28 PM

    I found these descriptions highly engaging and resourceful:

    Code: ADV
    Disorder: Antisocial
    Enneagram: 7w8, 8w7
    Variant: Sexual
    Myers-Briggs: ESTP, ISTP
    Function: Extraverted Sensing

    Description: Throw caution to the winds -- here comes the Adventurer. Who but Adventurers would have taken those long leaps for mankind -- crossed the oceans, broken the sound barrier, walked on the moon? The men and women with this personality style venture where most mortals fear to tread. They are not bound by the same terrors and worries that limit most of us. They live on the edge, challenging boundaries and restrictions, pitting themselves for better or for worse in a thrilling game against their own mortality. No risk, no reward, they say. Indeed, for people with the Adventurous personality style, the risk is the reward.
    # Nonconformity. Men and women who have the Adventurous personality style live by their own internal code ...
    by Published on 06-05-2011 04:53 PM

    Ok, I've been on hiatus for awhile, been reading a lot, and been doing some soul searching. I've been dissecting my past and present actions, and have finally settled on a type that I am fairly certain about (for the time being anyway). I'm not going to get into all the hairy details of my discovery process, but I wanted to share with the group some of my findings, and in doing that hopefully help some people who may be on the fence about their type, or just present another option to those who may not be familiar with Thomson's approach.

    After reading Lenore Thompson’s book Personality Type: An Owner’s Manual, I discovered that she had a different view of the function orderings than what I have seen in other theories. Rather than ordering the functions as Dominant, Auxiliary, Tertiary, Inferior, then shadow functions, she orders them as Dominant, Auxiliary, right (or left) brain alternatives, left (or right) brain double-agents, Tertiary, Inferior. See the orderings ...

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