In Buddhism, there are levels to bodhicitta. Various schools of Buddhism have different understandings of the number of the levels. The first level is that of an individual who seeks their own benefit in life, but also realizes that if they serve others around them, that they will also prosper. The second level is that of an individual who acts in service to others, recognizing that they themselves are also benefitted. The third level is that of an individual who leads and serves others wholeheartedly with utmost concern for the safety and well-being of others, rather than their own.
Alternatively, in some schools of Buddhism there are two levels of bodhicitta: aspirational and engaged. In aspirational bodhicitta, the individual desires to overcome spiritual and emotional afflictions in order to realize the truest Self and help others do the same. In engaged bodhicitta, the individual has fully realized and engaged in practices that perpetuate this goal.