Most people know their Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). There are various other personality tests individuals take to better understand themselves and others.
Personality tests are informative, insightful, and inspiring. They can help define and develop individuals to realize their true and full potential. And they help us relate to other humans with more care, empathy, and understanding.
Personality tests don't reveal everything about you, and should not be used for end-all, be-all. Personality tests serve as good guidance for self-awareness.
Honey Patel grew up inspiring to be a psychologist because of her fascination for the human brain. She started taking psychology courses in high-school. She holds a Bachelor's in Communication & Psychology and went on to get her PsyD at the age of 19. She shortly transitioned to corporate roles and completed her MBA in 2011.
When she started becoming a leader, her coaches used MBTI, DiSC, and TKI to help her better understand herself, fine-tune how she interacts with others, and develop strong teams, leadership style, and work culture. She has continued using personality tests as a form of learning and development for herself, her teams, and her mentees. Her passion for psychology and experience with personality tests motivated her to build Personality Profile to enable others to grow like she did using personality tests.