Alexis Davis

About Me

I am a high school student at RHS, and I enjoy spending my time outside of school playing sports. These include tennis and softball, as well I like to run everyday to help keep in shape for my sports. I am a junior, so I will graduate in 2022. After high school I hope to go onto a university, and obtain a doctorate degree in psychology. From the ages newborn to nine I lived in Oblong Illinois, after my ninth birthday my family and I moved to Robinson where we eventually built a house on some property we own out in the country. After college I do not plan to live in Robinson, for I plan to go somewhere where I can get a job at a facility or institution that works to counsel troubled kids.






DISC Characteristics

  • • You prefer to lead by setting an example, not outright instructing others. • Unless completely wrong, you prefer to support decisions made by others rather than argue or disagree. • When you lead, you tend to do so by doing, not by delegating. • You may be prone to avoiding difficult decisions, and this can create delays. • You like an environment where authority and responsibility is mutual and shared across all members. • You like to carefully weigh the pros and cons on important issues before forming an opinion.
  • You are very optimistic. • You express or talk about your emotions openly on the up-side or down-side. • At times, your desire to express your opinion and interact with others may come across as self-promoting by the quieter people you know. • You most likely enjoy helping others as coach, counselor, or teacher. • You enjoy opportunities to motivate others. • You can at times be too impulsive in making decisions.
  • • You bring a high degree of self-control to work. You steadily move towards the completion of a task. • When you need to, you can be flexible to change or new ideas. • You are generally known as steadfast and dependable. • You can accept change, but you require a good argument for it first. • You believe rules exist for a reason. • You are consistent and predictable over the long haul, even in the midst of change.
  • • You can be skeptical of brand new ideas or fads until they are sufficiently proven. • You desire a great deal of explanation before beginning new tasks. • You are excellent at gathering detailed information and examples. • You may be perceived as somewhat resistant to change. • You think it is important to adhere to specific and detailed instructions or procedures. • You are somewhat restrained in expressing emotions.