A hater will read a story and try to think of why it’s fake.
A facilitator will read a story and find out what the author did to succeed.
A hater gives a lot of thought into how one race is superior to another.
A facilitator learns from the strengths of other races to accomplish his personal goals.
A hater feels better when others fail.
A facilitator feels sympathy when others fail.
A hater posts blog comments that take away value.
A facilitator posts blog comments that add value.
A hater focuses on a person’s weaknesses.
A facilitator focuses on a person’s strengths.
A hater fails at getting laid and then calls all women bitches.
A facilitator fails at getting laid and then figures out what went wrong.
A hater surrounds himself with people stupider than he is.
A facilitator surrounds himself with people smarter than he is.
A hater is closed off to new information that doesn’t fit his world view.
A facilitator is ready to change his world view in light of opposing evidence.
A hater believes there is only one path to success.
A facilitator believes there are many ways to skin a cat.
A hater feels better by trying to keep other people down.
A facilitator feels better by lifting other people up along with him.
A hater goes to the club to grill other guys and make fun of them.
A facilitator goes to the club to hit on girls.
A hater gets upset when his peers succeed before him.
A facilitator gets extra motivated when his peers succeed before him.
A hater believes the path to self-actualization is to withhold knowledge.
A facilitator believes that the path to self-actualization is to teach others.
A hater is dominated by negative thoughts.
A facilitator is dominated by positive thoughts, even in the face of guaranteed failure.
So, are you a hater or are you a facilitator?