George W. Bush
drive and ambition
He is a perfectionist and has high standards for his own work. George W. Bush often feels that if he wants something done right he must do it himself, for others do not do as thorough a job as he does. Doing a task well is very important to him, and he may labor over minute details that others would not bother with. George W. Bush strives for accuracy, efficiency, and precision, and he becomes very irritable when things are not done "right".
On the other hand, George W. Bush can become so much of a perfectionist and so self-critical that he will not even attempt many activities and projects, feeling that his efforts will simply not be good enough. He is usually modest and realistic in assessing what he can accomplish and, if anything, George W. Bush underestimates himself. Of course, practice makes perfect, and if Bush does apply himself diligently in some area, he gradually gains self-confidence as he master skills and develop expertise.
George W. Bush conserves his energy and paces himself so that he does not waste or diffuse his efforts. An unwillingness to take risks or venture from the beaten track can sometimes limit his opportunities. In short, Bush may not aim high enough and settle for too little in life.
George W. Bush often buys things on impulse and he can be reckless with his material resources and money. George has certain possessions that he is extremely attached to and possessive of.
His imagination is great and Bush tends to think with a purpose in mind. He is able to function despite a degree of uncertainty that colors his actions, and he is likely to have an alternate plan when matters do not progress the way George wants them to.
His energy may be a bit low and Bush does not seem to have enough stamina to resist external powers. George W. Bush could easily be used as a medium, or someone else may set him up as a tool to further their interests without George knowing what is really going on.
George W. Bush perseveres through numerous obstacles, frustrations, delays, and setbacks in order to attain his ambitions in life. Sometimes it may feel as if he is pushing a boulder uphill. George W. Bush should try to avoid bitterness or comparing his lot to others', as these could weaken his resolve.
In many ways George'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.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Virgo
Mars in 2nd house
Mars Conjunct Mercury/Neptune
Mars Conjunct Neptune/Pluto
Saturn Square MC
Venus Trine MC