Out of novelty and boredom, we started being part of 'imaginary' groups just because it is cool to do so. There are groups in social media, or in clubs/bars, in which people join due to desire to be accepted.
If we have our friends, family, a career and a few hobbies, we don't need to attach our identity to a group.
I bet that you're extrapolating your perceptions all the time. Let me give you a few examples and tell whether I'm wrong. "House prices will probably keep increasing." "That person will never change." "My business will keep growing." "I will never learn from my mistakes." "He doesn't like me."
No matter how old you are or what type of role you have in life, there are times you're a follower, and there are times you're a leader. I don't care whether you're in high school or leading a firm with 500 people, some situations require leadership.
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