Dominance. Students of this type are born leaders. They are logical thinkers, both self-critical and critical, and they have the ability to foresee the development of events, to accept new ideas, and to pick out the essentials. They are responsible, efficient, and practical. They understand other people and are emotionally restrained and steadfast. They know what they want to achieve and how to achieve it, and they are persistent and purposeful in the achievement of their goals. Students of this type are egocentric, but they allow social interests and values as things necessary to achieving their goals. They think in the interest of the group while often ignoring the interests of the individual.
Every school needs leaders; they make a school successful. Sometimes a school owner is not a leader or an initiator. This is not a fault, it just that he or she is a different type of person. Having a leader in the school who also accepts being subordinate to the owner is good for business and will help make the school successful. However, the owner must reign in his or her ego and give the leader some leeway.
Liberophylum (freedom). Students of this type are freedom-loving, with intolerance for restriction, compliance, routine, bureaucracy, and conservatism. They are predisposed to travel and working independently. They do not like to be controlled by anyone. Students of this type are optimistic, rely only on themselves, and live for today. They are revolutionary and seek to overthrow authority.
This type of student usually has problems in dealing with the structured nature of the martial arts. They do not like authority and will usually be disruptive in class. If not told to leave, they will probably quit on their own.