ou have the gift of intuition and ambition combined. Sensitivity colors your aspirations. Climbing the ladder is an emotional challenge. Conflicts arise between getting ahead and being nice. Career setbacks injure your ability to keep putting yourself out there. Career wins allow you to stretch your boundaries and take risks. You have a hard time moving forward with projects that don’t feel right. You’re not going to feel happy being lonely at the top, you’d prefer, “It’s cozy at the top.” You need guidance and reassurance along your trek to the peak. Whether or not you follow your family’s wishes regarding your career is a deeply personal issue for you. Your parents’ approval of your path matters to you.
You express your emotions clearly through your profession. You use your vocation as an outlet for personal moods. You bring a receptive, caring habitual response pattern to the working world. You let your feelings etch your path in life. You let your heart guide you. You listen to your intuition when it comes to making career-based decisions. You tend to be defensive and impressionable at work, imagining slights that may or may not be intended. If you’re not careful you could end up walling yourself in or lashing out at colleagues. Tension and stress on the job make you temperamental. Strife at work could cause you stomachaches or ulcers. It can be hard for you not to take things personally in work interactions. You get too emotionally wrapped-up in your assignments.
You worry that your colleagues might think you’re too soft. You want a career in which your contribution impacts others . You don’t want to just go through the motions. You’re not “phoning it in.” You put yourself in your work and you strive to inspire others at the gut level. You’d do well working with, and being an inspiration to, women. You could find yourself fulfilling a mentor role towards your colleagues. People look to you for guidance without judgment. Helping others along in their career is satisfying for you.
You are a public conservationist. The causes of those who have lesser status tug at your heartstrings and you can frequently be found to be an advocate for the underdog. Sometimes your personal feelings about things that are important to you cause you difficulty at work and could put your job in jeopardy. Public opinion matters to you. People perceive you as being a helpful person. You worry about how people might perceive you as a parent. Conflicts between having a career and being a parent come up. You know when to stop pushing forward and instead step back and receive.
The self-made woman. Career woman. Professional mom. Caring boss. A nurturing authority figure. A reputation for crying at work. A flexible attitude towards career responsibilities. Work-wife. Mother hen at on the job. The right woman for the job.
- Career & Vocation
- Status & Social Position
- Achievement in the Outer World
- The Authoritative Parent
- Why people look up to you
- Honors & Awards
- Public Life