You are inspired with a strong sense of duty and willingness to fight for just causes. You desire to push through challenges and stand up for what is right, for what you believe in and for others.You are viewed as self-reliant and have a strong sense of independence. Although you may seem fearless, your bravery is driven by your passion for creating purposeful change.
Warriors are gifted with quick mental agility. You are known for rational thinking, unyielding in the face of adversity and good instincts. This mental agility combined with your spontaneity, allows you to act fast for the greater good. You maintain composure and are rarely seen as panicked, even amidst the most trying of circumstances.
As a warrior, your job is to take action in the world in service to those you serve. Clarity is critical. You often know with certainty what needs to be done. You are strong on strategy coupled with a tactical mode of action (attack). You are brilliant at creating order, setting boundaries, and going out into the world and getting things done. You achieve this with an innate knowledge about “This is where I stop and you begin”. You know the partnership and connection of “yes” and “no”.
As a leader, you are seen as clear, confident, and strategic. You encourage those around you to seek clarity and a higher purpose in the work you are doing together. People are willing to follow you because of your clarity on the mission and ability to instill confidence in others. You also have a calmness under pressure that creates clarity in the storm.
You can be both fierce and compassionate, which makes you an excellent leader. You are not swayed by fear. You may be afraid but you can still defend your team and mission with confidence. Fear does not shut you down but drives you to be prepared and ensure those around you are prepared also.
At your best, you build alliances and allegiance by allowing others to contribute their insights and strengths to the purposeful work. You lean into curiosity. You are creative in discovering the insights and perspectives of others. You value their inputs as critical insights to the success and quality of the strategic initiatives. Knowing the strengths of your team, you are able to deploy the team members in service to their highest potential and the highest potential of the plan. Once you have gained the quality as well as their ability to commit and take action on the plan.
As a warrior, your motto can be “Protect and Serve”. You value action, service, loyalty and justice. You have a strong belief in the greater good. You are courageous, boldly moving into uncharted territory and bringing forth strategies that allow others to create value and purpose in their work.
You believe in the development and preparation of others. Your dedication to strength and the protection of others means that you invest time and energy in training, both physically, mentally and tactically. This development ensures commitment to execution of the plan and accountability to adjusting to challenges and obstacles along the way.
You believe in the importance of taking care of yourself, so that you can take care of those you care about and serve. This can become a challenge when faced with a dilemma of the demands and needs of others that seem to be required at the same time as your self care.
As a warrior, you will not follow an unjust or tyrannical leader, regardless of the immediate rewards.
Leonidas, King of Sparta
William Wallace in Braveheart
General Maximus in Gladiator