Noah Carl

About Me

My name is Noah Carl, and I am a Junior at Cumberland High School. In my freetime, I participate in wrestling, football, and baseball at Cumberland. Outside of sports, I work part-time at my parents' business, Carl’s Pizza. After school, I plan to wrestle in college and get a degree in mechanical engineering.






DISC Characteristics

  • You are a great source of innovation and new solutions, even if radical sometimes. Sometimes you become argumentative, even when you don't mean to be or notice that you are. You are a very strong self-starter who always seems to have a high sense of urgency. Your approach tends to be forceful and very direct. When stressed, you can become somewhat of a selective listener, hearing only what you want to hear. You may be perceived as somewhat egocentric by others (i.e., others who you feel are less confident than you).
  • You prefer to deal with people and get results with and through them rather than by yourself. You make an effective coach or counselor for others on the team. You can be pretty disorganized and lack great attention to detail. You are affable and friendly when meeting new people. You strongly prefer a democratic and not dictatorial professional environment or relationships. You tend to naturally trust others and their ideas.
  • If insufficient structure and order exist, you will create it. You bring a high degree of self-control to work. You steadily move towards the completion of a task. You don't like rocking the boat unless you absolutely have to. You are consistent and predictable over the long haul, even in the midst of change. You believe rules exist for a reason. You serve to stabilize others on a team who are perhaps too maverick.
  • Your opinions tend to be quite firm when it comes to breaking with convention to answer the needs of the situation. You want little, if any, "routine" work. You could become rigid about your desire to do things differently or more quickly. You are more bottom-line oriented (e.g., "Let's get the job done now"). You prefer to be encouraged to create and try new ideas and procedures. "The 'right way' to do things is the way I'm doing them right now."