About this course
Imaginative idealists are extremely caring individuals. In many cases, they are described as true healers due to their highly intuitive and feeling-driven personalities. They are largely spontaneous, and they value emotions and feelings above all else. They are also highly flexible, rather than being organized, and they see the world through direct perception and idealism, rather than being realistic and judgmental. What Imaginative Idealists want most of all is to see empathy and compassion in the world and to guide others towards these same core values.Imaginative Idealists can become loners when they aren’t being supported. In groups where organization and realism are valued above all else, an Imaginative Idealist can often feel lost and threatened. Also, an important pain point of the Idealist is that they hate being influenced by people who believe there is only one way to do things and who aren’t open to more possibilities.When it comes to dealing with these problems, Imaginative Idealists try to allow themselves to be guided by intuition and feeling, often acting spontaneously and finding unique solutions by themselves. They are private and committed to their beliefs, and they have a depth to their personalities that few people can fully grasp. Through wisdom, understanding and compassion, they are usually able to overcome just about any type of hurdle.Being restricted and being told that there is only one strict way of doing things is not something that an Imaginative Idealist can tolerate. If you try to sell them a product or service through an inflexible approach, they will likely become skeptical of your intentions or of the product’s value and avoid making a buying decision. Also, they will avoid offers that favor some above others. Being highly compassionate, they don’t believe in the “ends justify the means” mentality and will usually seek win-win approaches instead.
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