I don’t believe in regrets. I just run with it and look at the positives.
His interests are split evenly between the homebody and the outdoorsman. On one hand, Gavin spends his personal time indulging in “anything involving the outdoors”, but on the other he strongly believes in family time.
AM: When was the last time you did something that you never thought you would’ve?
GR: Making the decision to take time off work and travel around Europe/North America for two months backpacking with a mate. The experience of meeting people from so many different cultures was incredible and something I look back on with amazing memories.
AM: The mark of a successful individual is…
GR: Someone who is comfortable with him/herself as everyone sees success differently.
AM: Who is the most influential person in your life?
GR: Bit of a cliché but my mum who has instilled all my existing values with family and life. I would not be the person I am without her guidance and influence.
AM: How would you describe your personal style?
GR: It’s pretty much relaxed and understated.
AM: Tell us one thing you’re really good at.
GR: Any form of sports as I see myself as a jack of all trades but the sport I am probably the best at would be inline hockey. I have played it since the age of 16 and have represented my state team of Victoria in Australia.
AM: What’s your greatest regret in life so far?
GR: I don’t believe in regrets. I just run with it and look at the positives.
AM: The four things that matter to you most are…
GR: My family, my friends, finding balance in life and gaining happiness, which I believe will come naturally if you have the first three.