Definitions: (1) having a purpose in mind; (2) willing to convey, with clear focus and good intent, one’s sincere truth; (3) what is clearly in mind, both included and excluded; (4) logical and straightforward; (4) well-wisher <a person who desires or expressed happiness or success for another>
     See also: Purposeful

• I want to go places where there are really well-meaning people doing work that is interesting and seems to really matter and where everybody, at least once a day, have a really good laugh. — Christine Elizabeth “Tina” Smith (1958-) American politician & businesswoman
• Smart, well-meaning people get it wrong when they start believing that the world owes them something and that the rules are different for them. — Guy Takeo Kawasaki (1954-) American marketing specialist
     Note: Every positive quality can benefit from a little help from other positive qualities.