drive and ambition
Alfred Hitchcock seesaws between being too pushy, confrontational and insistent on doing things his way, and being too eager to please, without a clear, definite goal of his own. Alfred Hitchcock strives for a balance between acting independently and assertively - and working cooperatively and interdependently with others. He may feel frustrated at times that he cannot simply do what HE wants and that he must always accommodate the needs and desires of others. Or he may feel hesitant to act in a positive, assertive manner if he does not have the support and approval of other people. Either way, he is not a loner. Alfred Hitchcock achieves his goals by collaborating and joining forces with others, by being a team player. He is very concerned with the concept of fairness and becomes quite indignant and vocal if he senses someone is being taken advantage of. Alfred Hitchcock avoids extremism and favors a balanced, moderate approach to living. He is unlikely to push himself too hard or to become fanatically driven to reach his goals.
Quick-witted and sharp-tongued, Alfred Hitchcock enjoys arguing, debating, and contesting other people's opinions. He is quite forthright and sometimes tactless. Hitchcock can be very convincing about his point of view, but he is prone to a "hard-sell" approach which sometimes backfires. Challenging mental work is a good avenue for Alfred's aggressive intellect.
He enjoys risky, exciting activities and cannot tolerate too much routine, tedium, or inactivity. Unless other factors in his chart suggest staying power and the ability to follow through, Alfred Hitchcock may be the person who initiates a new venture but cannot happily participate in the ongoing, sustained effort it requires. "Independent" is Hitchcock's middle name! Alfred Hitchcock needs to be a totally free agent, to run his own show. Alfred likes to introduce new concepts to people, and then move on.
He is rebellious and confident that he can do his own thing and still be accepted by the world around him. Because he is a freedom-lover, Alfred Hitchcock may find it difficult to relate to others and most of his relationships are likely to be very challenging.
In many ways Alfred's rise in the world is an easy one, aided by his personal charm and attractiveness, his ability to please people, and his excellent social instincts. Artistic ambitions are also an aspect of this.
He is a bit restless and always seems to be in motion. Alfred Hitchcock probably had the desire to go his own way early in life, wanting to learn from his own mistakes and experiences. His plans for the future are far-reaching and Alfred Hitchcock may choose an unusual career.
Alfred Hitchcock tends to be somewhat pessimistic and may frequently feel frustrated and depressed. Others may try to hold Alfred back in the attainment of his objectives, and success may come to him slowly but steady.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Libra
Mars in 3rd house
Mars Sextile Uranus
Mars Conjunct Uranus/Asc.
Venus Trine MC
MC Opposition Sun/Uranus
MC Opposition Saturn/Asc.