I'm listening to "Originals" by Adam Grant from Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Find this & more at https://www.overdrive.com/search?q=Originals.
The average person might be hateful, racist toward unfamiliar or historically oppressing people, boast of the gifts of their ancestry/heritage/ethnicity, and/or degrade that of others. Leadership is not for your everyday gal or guy; not that it requires sacrifice, more of an open mind/insight to accept differences while remaining proud of their humbleness. When one truly takes offense they aren't wasting time trading insults, joking, or even questioning reason. True distaste or dissatisfaction leads to bigger systematic change that will better prevent the negative mindsets from breeding back into existence one generation after another.