spiring to be beautiful, popular, and well-liked. Putting beauty above everything else. Putting money above everything else. Putting popularity above everything else. Aspiring to be well-off and comfortable. Obvious attractive charms. Inspiring envy. People think you have it easy because you’re cute. They think you’re successful because you’re attractive. You might not get due respect for how hard you work. People think having a creative career means you don’t struggle.
Professional schmoozers. Easily making social connections. Social butterflies. It’s definitely who you know. Sycophant. Sucking up to authority. Kissing asses. People-pleasers. Gaining popular, but exerting little effort to do so. Too lazy to climb the career ladder. Expecting success to be easy. Hob-knobbing. Getting a reputation for being a “nice guy.” Using your success to do good in the world. Making a positive impact. Spreading beauty and love. Using your status for diplomatic purposes. Using your connections and status to promote art and culture. Easily moving between social classes and statuses.
Bringing beauty into world. Working with women. A career in fashion or beauty. Designers. Makeup artists. Hair stylists. Set-dressers. Decorators. Gallery workers. Your career involves art and culture. Head turners. Stunners. No lack of admirers. Charmers. Snake charmers. A likable person. A diplomat. A party person. Needing art as a component of your career. Wedding planners. Party planners. Matchmakers.
A career in finance. Needing to bring home the bacon. Wanting to look the part. A pleasing public persona. A pleasant reputation. Your work involves relationships. People at work come to you with their relationship problems. Love and work coincide. You find love through your career. You’re married to your job. Married to your boss. You fall in love with your boss. High-profile relationships. Relationships that attract public attention. Your romantic nature is obvious. You are attracted to successful people and they are attracted to you.
- Career & Vocation
- Status & Social Position
- Achievement in the Outer World
- The Authoritative Parent
- Why people look up to you
- Honors & Awards
- Public Life