Aidan Poor

About Me

My name is Aidan Poor and I am a 17 year old Pittsfield High School senior. I play football, soccer, and also run track and field. I joined the CEO program in order to learn more about building a business and becoming a young entrepreneur. Following high school, I plan to attend a 4 year college for Finance and possibly run track at college too.






DISC Characteristics

  • You can be quick about your decisions when time is short and need is high. • You're moderately self-reliant in determining new directions or deciding on change. • You prefer a minimum of direct supervision or control over your actions. • You like challenging assignments that require you to work out of your comfort zone. • You can miss smaller but important details because you were moving too fast or focused too much on the big picture. • You can be sufficiently assertive without being pushy or nervy
  • You are reluctant to share your opinions and ideas with others you don't know well. • You are more introvert than extrovert. • You would prefer not to have to present presentations to large or influential groups of people. • You can be suspicious of fast and loud-talking people. You need to warm up to them before extending your trust level. • 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 are an excellent team player. • You possess an amazing ability to calm those people who are upset. • Even in the midst of chaos or high tensions, you are usually very cool, calm, and serene (or at least you are perceived as such on the outside). • You are very loyal when it comes to existing operating procedures. • You like having a strong identification or connection with the group, organization, or mission. • You are very predictable, in a good way. You're always there, ready to pitch in, and complete the assignment
  • When you present your argument you do so logically not emotionally. • You tend to approach new ideas and directions with skepticism and caution. • You are most likely seen as being more resistant to change than others. • 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. • You prefer a more conventional approach when possible (e.g., "If it isn't broken, don't fix it").