THE LONE WOLF is driven by a deeply instilled sense of personal integrity, fairness, equity, and responsibility to the community. This champion’s identity is shaped by the experience of being a peer, rather than a subject or ruler. The Lone Wolf believes in and works to manifest values that are of higher subjective value than profit or individual gain. Meaning is found in the personal sense of alignment between belief and action. Seeing the value in the collective, the Lone Wolf trusts in the inherent good of human beings to contribute positively to society. The Lone Wolf needs to believe ‘the system’ works.
Notable Lone Wolfs
John F. Kennedy. Harvey Milk. Chris Anderson (curator of TED). Malcolm Gladwell. Cheers. Jimmy Stewart in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Ron Weasley (Harry Potter).
- Strong work ethic
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