THE PERSONALITY OF A SALES REPRESENTATIVE
As a real estate agent, you’re constantly working with so many different types of people, needs, wants and personalities. There are so many different personality types out there that you may work really well with, or there are occasional bumps in the road with personal differences.
We decided that our team should take a personality test so we could learn more about them!
As you can see from the graph above, we have many different personality types at TBG! I don’t think it would be fair to say that we can attribute one personality type to the success of an agent.
Although we have many different personality types, the one that caught our attention was ENFJ, and according to the 16 Personalities test, this personality is known as the protagonist. Below are 5 interesting facts about this personality type:
Protagonists key strengths: tolerant, reliable, charismatic, altruistic, natural leaders
Protagonists weaknesses: overly idealistic, too selfless, too sensitive, fluctuating self esteem, struggle to make tough decisions
For the protagonists career paths, this personality type cast their eyes towards anything that lets them do what they love most — which is helping others.
For workplace habits, protagonists are able to thrive in many diverse roles, at any level of seniority.
To learn more about the protagonist personality type, click here.
Regardless of what personality type you have, it’s your passion and drive that will make you a successful sales representative and broker. It’s important to use your own traits and personal flare to strengthen connections.
What personality traits have you noticed in top-performing real estate agents? We’d like to know!