Gavin Bridgewater

About Me

I am a highschool student at Hutsonville. I am a Junior, graduating from high school in 2022. I enjoy playing football as a center and hanging out with my friends outside of school. After high school I plan on going to college to receive my master's in psychology while minoring in business management. I plan on moving out of Central Illinois seeing as I have lived around this area all of my life. I plan on using my psychology degree to counsel teenagers/adults going through mental illness. I also plan on using my minor in business management to help my friends with their own businesses  and hopefully opening my own.






DISC Characteristics

  • You are very decisive and a risk-taker. • You can be very commanding and tend to take charge more than you follow. • You demand high levels of results or performance, in both yourself and in others. • Your approach tends to be forceful and very direct. • You may be perceived as somewhat egocentric by others (i.e., others who you feel are less confident than you). • You are practical - all about the business and getting results quickly without fluff or delay.
  • You are very introspective, keeping thoughts and emotions to yourself. • You prefer a job culture with a predictable environment and with few sudden shocks and surprises. • You tend to be quiet at team meetings or when meeting new people for the first time. • You can be pessimistic at times regarding other's agendas or reasons. • You can be suspicious of fast and loud-talking people. You need to warm up to them before extending your trust level. • You are reluctant to share your opinions and ideas with others you don't know well.
  • • You prefer setting minimum levels of consistency and stability or control. • You tend to be a calming influence on those with whom you work. • You are consistent and predictable over the long haul, even in the midst of change. • You serve to stabilize others on a team who are perhaps too maverick. • You are generally known as steadfast and dependable. • You believe rules exist for a reason.
  • • You have a strong preference for adhering to established rules, regulations and protocols that have been proven to work. • You are most likely seen as being more resistant to change than others. • "Rules are made to be followed." • You are a bottom-line oriented person who dislikes fluff and just wants the facts and data. • You like things to be done the "right" way according to standard operating procedure. • You prefer a more conventional approach when possible (e.g., "If it isn't broken, don't fix it").