drive and ambition
Eleanor Roosevelt is extremely strong-willed and she pursues her goals and desires with passionate dedication and determination. She is capable of total concentration and tremendous discipline, and she is very difficult to influence or sway once her mind is made up. When Eleanor Roosevelt wants something, Roosevelt can be very one-sided and almost obsessed with it. She is very instinctive and does not always consciously know why she feels as strongly and deeply as she does.
She also tends to be secretive and unwilling to reveal her aims and intentions, and the intensity of her will and desire may not initially be apparent to others. However, Roosevelt is very forceful in a quiet and subtle way. Eleanor Roosevelt often manipulates or forces her will upon other people, without being overtly aggressive. She is not interested in confrontation but she is a formidable foe if she encounters opposition or aggression. Eleanor is courageous and has a rather primitive, raw side as well.
She is a team player and works well in collaboration with others who share her goals, ideals, and intentions. Eleanor Roosevelt can coordinate group efforts and inspire people to work toward a shared goal.
Team sports are also a lot of fun for Eleanor, and she could be a leader, coach, or director of any group endeavor.
Unless she has a goal that transcends merely personal gain, Eleanor Roosevelt is apt to become deeply discontented, aimless and uncertain of her direction in life. At her best, Eleanor Roosevelt will work or fight for a greater cause, and feel fulfilled through serving the greater good. However, should she lack the necessary focus, Roosevelt could be confused and easily persuaded to do things that are either unethical or simply ineffectual.
Language, words, communication, networking, clarity of speech or writing, being a messenger or go-between - these are key features in her career, as well as how Eleanor Roosevelt goes about achieving her goals and ambitions. "Work smarter, not harder" is Roosevelt's motto.
Eleanor Roosevelt has a desire to teach other people what she knows and may be interested in a career that serves the public through some educational programs. She is a very stimulating companion, but wants to be the central figure in discussions.
Roosevelt always need to have something going on and may restlessly look for new ideas and action. Eleanor likes change and variety and is likely to change her relationships frequently.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Scorpio
Mars in 11th house
Mars Opposition Neptune
MC Conjunct Mercury
MC Conjunct Mercury/N. Node
MC Conjunct Uranus/N. Node