Grace Myers

About Me

My name is Grace Myers and I am a senior at Cumberland High School. Through out high school I have participated in softball, volleyball, art club, spanish club, and National Honors Society. In my free time I like to paint, draw, journal,and watch tv. I’d like to continue art into college and expand my knowledge beyond what it is now. In college I plan to major in interior design, which is one reason I decided to take the CEO class. With my degree I hope to start my own business and decorate the interior of residential buildings. While taking CEO I look forward to learning more about myself and what it takes to start a business. I also can’t wait to hear about local businesses and how they got to where they are now.






DISC Characteristics

  • You might be hesitant to make important decisions quickly under time pressure. You prefer to lead by setting an example, not outright instructing others. You prefer an environment with specialty work, or work that requires technical mastery. You tend to be more modest than egocentric in dealing with others. You may be somewhat conservative in decision-making on important issues. When you lead, you tend to do so by doing, not by delegating.
  • You are able to persuade others in a convincing manner when necessary. You sincerely like to support and work with others. For really important tasks, you may prefer to work alone without too much involvement from others. You like a balance of working alone and working with a team. You tend to be slightly more reflective than talkative. You tend to be a stabilizing force when emotional issues hit the team.
  • You are an excellent team player. You can be quite resistant to change. You dislike any personal conflicts or hostility of any kind. You desire a high level of structure and order. You are very patient in working with a wide variety of people. You are very predictable, in a good way. You're always there, ready to pitch in, and complete the assignment.
  • "Rules are made to be followed." You like a work environment that is precise, structured and orderly. • You can express your disagreement in a passive-aggressive way. You prefer a more conventional approach when possible (e.g., "If it isn't broken, don't fix it"). You have a strong preference for adhering to established rules, regulations and protocols that have been proven to work. You are known as an accurate fact-finder by others.