Passive in nature – Process focused – Sufficient at being involved – Malleable
The flexible attitude is characterized by a strong interest and focus on the aspect that creates this second attitude. The disposition is passive in nature, focused on processing information between the self and others, and sufficient at involving itself in the details surrounding whatever aspect it holds. This attitude is generally willing to help and include others in whatever aspect it deals with.
The owner of the second attitude influences the environment while adapting to others’ preferences. They are prepared to involve themselves enough to personally benefit while coordinating their interests to take all feedback into consideration. The second attitude lends the owner to perceive and act in a normative way regarding how society and their surrounding communities deals with the aspect. Bringing enjoyment to both the self and others, the second attitude is considered to be the most outstanding and noticeable part of a person.
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