Prefer to quickly understand what needs to be done in any situation. Highly trust and value their own sense of time and dignity. May go long periods of time building their own identity and apply their will on the world around them. Put a lot of attention on work ethic and responsibilities. Tend to trust their own ability to lead over others. May be entrepreneurial and a one-(wo)man show.
Take on the task of being a leader and responsible for others – even when not in any position to do so. Will overestimate own abilities due to often discounting others’ motivation. Do not like to be constantly reminded of their responsibilities. Tend to feel completely in control of their desires. Will decide how to reach a desired goal without second thought. Focus on how and when to show self-control in any situation.
May do things for other people without realizing because it’s what they wanted done. Often override others wishes in place of their own. May talk extensively about how to get something accomplished but usually already have a firm grasp on own sense of energy. Does not require others to intervene or help unless it has been decided by the 1V themselves.
The 1V attitude is formed by placing the volition aspect (V) in the confident position (1st). Confident volition (1V) has a strong interest in its own concept of willpower and volition. All 1V types are sufficient at being involved in matters relating to their own identities. They may be aggressive about their opinions on responsibilities, obligations, goals, willpower and how to overcome obstacles. These types tend to focus intently on the personal results that can be obtained from human willpower which they use to solidify their opinions on these matters.