rofessional comedians, plain jokers and singer-songwriters. Quick-witted tricksters. Precocious kids and the precocious child in the adult. You appreciate intelligence in others and are inspired by intelligent role models. You want people to recognize that you have something interesting to say … something that will pique their curiosity. You want to influence society with your words. Using your gift of gab or clever way of speaking secures attention from those in authority. You let it be known that you are an intelligent person. You feel bright. It’s important to you that society respects your words and thoughts. Although you can be scattered and changeable, you don’t want to seem like a flake.
You’d like your words and thoughts to have a professional venue … whether that means standing on stage to deliver a speech or writing a column for your local newspaper. Your words reach far and wide. Your language skills become renown. Being someone that others turn to for inspiration and direction, you could be an editor, a language teacher, a speaking coach, or work in another profession involving speaking and writing. You could be an acting coach, a screenwriter, campaign speech writer, social media wizard, or salesperson. If you’re striving to reach your potential, you’ll find you have a knack for connecting with people in your industry. Teaching reading, writing, language, and mimicry skills comes naturally to you. You apply these skills whether you’re reading a script as an actor or preparing a bit as a comedian. You probably doodle … unconsciously transcribing your thought patterns onto paper.
You are informed about your field. You gain a reputation as being someone with the inside scoop. You’re good at mimicking the best things about others in your field. You pick up tips and tricks left and right with no formal training. You’re the go-to person for information in your industry. You’re on top of the trends in your field. You keep up with the latest news about authoritative voices in your profession. You want to be an authoritative voice in your profession. You spread relevant industry news to your colleagues. If you’re not careful, you could become the go-to for gossip. You’d be great at updating social media for your company. Maybe you write the company blog. You need a profession that allows you to apply a variety of skills rather than being a specialist. Mobility is important to you. You’d like to be able to work from anywhere.
You have a lot of ideas for ways you could branch out in your career, but you’re not necessarily able to implement them all in a practical way. You may need to learn to focus on one project at a time. To feel really satisfied in your career, you need to be able to learn on a daily basis. You get frustrated and bored. when you’re not learning something new on the job almost constantly. You prefer gender balance in your profession. Maybe you work with siblings or build a reputation of being like a sister or brother to others who are learning from you. The more you learn about your industry, the more status you gain.
Mom is smart but not necessarily academic. She was good at a variety of things. She’s respected for being quick and clever. She probably has siblings and is close to at least one of them. She’s good at games, especially word games. You are probably like her in having the same aptitude for clever word games. You probably like puns.
- Linking & Connecting Information
- Rational Mind
- Career & Vocation
- Status & Social Position
- Achievement in the Outer World
- The Authoritative Parent
- Why people look up to you
- Honors & Awards
- Public Life