As an ideal creative leader, I am unafraid to admit when I am wrong. When I am wrong, I admit that I have things to learn from other perspectives, and from other ways of thinking. When I am wrong, I also open the door for others to be wrong without fear of failure.
As an ideal creative leader, I am unafraid to claim my own worth in relation to the global goals. I network fearlessly, collecting tribal members from across the globe using the millennial tools at hand. I do not react in fear and inhabit Stage 3 mentalities when creating a team. I resonate at Stage Four mentalities that I may pique the interest of other Stage Four entities who have their antennae up, looking for me.
As an ideal creative leader, I am unafraid to play big, tackling the global issues, and not the petty low hanging fruit of other rivals. I am unafraid to find the ways my business values can address paradigm problems, and while I reach for Stage 5, I create and nurse Stage 4 with my collaborators in a stable environment.
As an ideal creative leader, I am unafraid to let my inner child-like nature out to play. I nurture my inner child with values of forgiveness, social responsibility, non-judgmental play, and day-dreaming. I provide myself with all the resources I need to succeed, physically and mentally.