As a reformer, your passion is to make the world a better place. You are driven by a sense of integrity and justice. You see what is possible and love bringing it to life. You seek perfection.
You are an inspiring leader because you believe wholeheartedly in your convictions. You lead reform movements by tapping into your ability to help others visualize a better world that you know to be possible.
You have a deep desire to do the right thing and to feel useful and valuable by creating goodness, balance, and acceptance. You are disciplined, responsible, and can be a good partner and provider. Your integrity and moral standards are high and can elevate those around you. Your strong moral compass guides you to be very disciplined and exhibit admirable self-control.
As a reformer, you believe that there is always room for improvement. You are an idealist whose passion is to make things “perfect.” You find that nothing is ever as good as it could be, not even yourself. This can be an attribute that inspires a growth mindset and a desire to learn, or it can create an inner critic that beats you up for never being enough. You have a keen eye for flaws and inconsistencies in yourself and others. This prompts your desire to make things better and lead improvement efforts.
You fear failure, corruption and being flawed. Fear is a healthy emotion that alerts us when it is time to get prepared. Fear alerts us to the fact that something needs assessing. When you live in the space of fear it can become paralyzing and confusing. The feelings of anxiety and overwhelm can present themselves as guarded and tense. The opportunity is to embrace the fear as your friend. Shift the shallow breath to a deep breath and ask yourself, “Is this fear justified?” If so, “What do you need to prepare for?” It is also an opportunity to shift your story. Are you telling the story of growth vs failure, integrity vs corruption, or flawed vs perfectly imperfect?
Atticus Finch in To Kill A Mockingbird