2. You see a better way
You see that the world we have created for ourselves isn’t as good as it could be. You sense that life, work, healthcare, education, politics and relationships could be so much better if we altered our paradigms. Rather than promoting a competitive mindset, we should encourage cooperation while still allowing space for individuals to excel using their own unique talents.
3. You dig deeper by asking non-judgemental questions
You ask curious questions and try to get to the real reason. You’re not content with seeing only the surface. You want to know why things are happening and how you can positively influence these situations.
4. You question AND find solutions
You question what the rest of the world assumes. You’re not afraid to see things differently.
At the same time, you are not someone who just complains or plays the victim - you think of solutions. You understand that not everyone is on the same wavelength and that it’s alright to disagree. You listen to other people’s point of view and recognise that change occurs in dialogue.