Champions are altruists who focus much of their energy on the betterment of other people or their in-group. They are disciplined, organized and caring people who care about group cohesion and prosperity. They prefer to cooperate with others in completing tasks and will channel much of their organizational and action-oriented mindset in the service of others. They are willing to take on difficult or thankless tasks and stick to them until completion. They are likely to show their affection and consideration for those close to them most readily through their actions and service. Because they have a natural gift and inclination for taking care of others, they are often family oriented.
Being corrupt or defective.
To be upstanding and do good.
Accepting people and life as it is yet being discerning about who to surround yourself with. Being realistic but staying hopeful.
Being drawn to unappreciative people. Becoming critical of self and others. Becoming dejected or cynical in frustration.