drive and ambition
Once Andy Warhol sets his mind on a goal, his dedication, determination, and commitment are extraordinary. Warhol pursues his ambitions tenaciously and will stubbornly refuse to give up, let go, or be influenced in any way. Like Aesop's tortoise, Andy labors patiently and steadfastly until he achieves what he wants - or until it is clear beyond a shadow of a doubt that all is lost. He is a reliable, consistent and productive worker, and he often shoulders more of the workload than his co-workers, usually without complaint. He often ends up with the nitty-gritty work. He prefers a regular routine, with definite hours and clearly defined responsibilities and tasks. In fact, establishing a pattern or routine is very important to his success because once he gets started in a certain direction, it is easy for Andy Warhol to kept to that path. Getting started is more difficult. Andy Warhol has a lazy, comfort-loving side and there is often a good deal of inertia for him to overcome before Warhol gets going; but once he gets a momentum going, his energy level is strong and steady.
He is interested in concrete results and solid, practical achievements. Andy Warhol needs to have some tangible product or contribution to show for his efforts, and cannot be content with only intangible rewards (such as having a good time, learning, or spiritual enrichment). Material well-being and security is also a large factor in determining what he does. Andy's stamina and persistence are his greatest assets, but they can also work against him; he can get caught in a rut and refuse to seize new opportunities. Andy Warhol also tends to play it safe, and to limit himself as a result.
He is likely to be known for his drive, energy, ambition, and competitive spirit. A successful career based on his ability to take initiative, be a leader, or excel in physical strength and prowess is likely. Andy Warhol most definitely wants to be a winner and will work hard to achieve that.
Ordinary life often seems drab and uninteresting to Andy and he must have something that stirs his imagination - a vision or ideal or dream to motivate him. Andy Warhol has a strong urge to act out his fantasies or to live his dream, and Andy Warhol will act where others merely talk or dream. Artistic creation, drama or other areas in which Warhol can express himself imaginatively are excellent for him.
Work that only serves his own narrow personal interests does not satisfy Andy Warhol. He may lack the competitive edge, the fighting spirit, the "me first" attitude that is often required for material advancement and success. He also tends to either overestimate or underestimate his own power and abilities.
His nature tends to be rather impatient and combative. Often subjected to circumstances beyond his control, Andy Warhol frequently feels frustrated and should avoid violent encounters and dangerous activities that could lead to accidents, if he is not careful.
Andy has noble aspirations and grand plans for himself. Combining personal goals with humanitarian concerns, philanthropy, and an interest in social betterment, Andy Warhol is apt to be quite successful and influential in his community. He is suited to large, expansive enterprises and dealing with wealth.
To achieve his long-range goals and ambitions, the process must be interesting and mentally stimulating, as Warhol gets bored with work that is not challenging intellectually. Andy Warhol needs variety and social stimulation as well. One problem he may have is saying the wrong thing at the wrong time, or to the wrong person. Andy needs to watch his words. His tongue or even his sense of humor can get Andy Warhol in trouble with superiors at times.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Taurus
Mars in 10th house
Mars Square Neptune
Mars Conjunct Uranus/Pluto
MC Conjunct Jupiter
Mercury Square MC