mental interests and abilities
Frank Sinatra possesses vision and foresight, and his mind is often occupied with big ideas, plans, and goals for the future. He is interested in what is possible and what is on the horizon, rather than what has already been done. The study of philosophy, religion, politics, or education is of interest to Sinatra, and he is more concerned with theories and concepts than with specific applications. He is not inclined to focus on any one practical, concrete area; Frank finds it irksome to deal with details and particulars. Frank Sinatra has a gambling instinct and enjoys speculative enterprises and new ventures. Business, advertising, and promotion would be good areas for him also.
His mental skills and intelligence are directed toward practical matters, and Frank Sinatra is interested in the tangible effects of any abstract idea or concept. He is very interested in finance, economics, and moneymaking strategies.
Frank has an abundance of ideas, interests, and plans for the future, and may find it difficult to focus on any particular area. He is not a specialist for he seeks to get the broad overview, to see the whole picture rather than closely examining any of its component parts. Philosophy, religion, or other areas of theoretical speculation interest Sinatra.
Frank Sinatra also possesses foresight, numerous enterprising ideas, and a gambling instinct, all of which contribute to Frank's success in the world of business. However, his optimism and grand vision can get him in trouble too; Sinatra sometimes promises more than he can deliver, glosses over important details that come back to haunt him later, and overestimates the potential of an idea or product.
Traveling is a great love of his, especially if there is a mind-expanding or educational aspect involved, and Frank Sinatra may travel extensively in his work. Consulting or education would be good fields for Sinatra.
Although broad-minded and interested in the philosophical or long-range implications of any plan (as mentioned earlier), Sinatra's mind is clear and practical as well. His wide-ranging ideas and interests are grounded by a sense of realism and order. At times Frank Sinatra may seesaw between his optimism and sense of larger possibilities, and his skepticism and need for facts and tangible proof.
Frank Sinatra has a deep, serious turn of mind, and when out of balance, he tends toward pessimism, cynicism, and overly rigid or judgmental thinking. These are tendencies Sinatra may have to work to counteract, by choosing to focus on the humor in a situation, associating with cheerful, positive-minded people, and so on. Being around children can sometimes alter and lighten up his mental outlook considerably. Duty, obligation, "should", and "ought to" may color Frank's thinking too much.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Sagittarius
Mercury in 2nd house
Mercury Square Find Jupiter
Mercury aspects Jupiter and Saturn
Mercury Quincunx Saturn