drive and ambition
He is a perfectionist and has high standards for his own work. Jacques Chirac 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. Jacques Chirac strives for accuracy, efficiency, and precision, and he becomes very irritable when things are not done "right".
On the other hand, Jacques Chirac 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, Jacques Chirac underestimates himself. Of course, practice makes perfect, and if Chirac does apply himself diligently in some area, he gradually gains self-confidence as he master skills and develop expertise.
Jacques Chirac 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, Chirac may not aim high enough and settle for too little in life.
Chirac is attracted to feisty, dynamic, strong-willed people, and he seems to need a lot of fireworks in his personal relationships. Jacques Chirac can be very combative, or get involved with people who are. Ideally Jacques will join with people who are energetic and ambitious, but not too domineering or aggressive.
Jacques Chirac has a very active and fertile imagination and his ambitions are never strictly mundane, practical, and concrete. Jacques Chirac has a strong desire to act out his fantasies, dreams, visions, and ideals. Artistic creation, drama, or other areas in which Chirac can express himself imaginatively are excellent for him. Ordinary life seems drab and uninteresting to Jacques, and he needs to have some big dream or something larger than his own narrow personal interests to live for. Sometimes he may be confused about exactly how and where to direct his energy and he often drifts along rather than making clear decisions about what he wants. Jacques Chirac has a passive side and at times lacks the will power, physical energy, strength, and the fighting spirit to achieve his aims.
Positions of honor, affluence, influence, and stature in his community can be his. Jacques Chirac feels he has a destiny which involves leadership or distinguishing himself in some line of endeavor. Jacques possesses an innate sense of greatness or importance, and a strong drive to achieve recognition for his talent. Jacques Chirac should avoid excessive egotism and arrogant pride, for these could limit his opportunities.
Language, words, communication, networking, clarity of speech or writing, being a messenger or go-between - these are key features in his career, as well as how Jacques Chirac goes about achieving his goals and ambitions. "Work smarter, not harder" is Chirac's motto.
Chirac is intensely competitive, and may engage in furious battles of will, numerous conflicts, and possible public controversy, on his way to gaining his objectives. Jacques Chirac could be drawn to activities that are dangerous, in the line of fire, so to speak. He puts himself on the line. Anger or recklessness could be his downfall.
Indecision and confusion over his ambitions or direction in life may hold Jacques back from achieving anything solid, especially in his early life. He is very much a dreamer and his interests and inclinations may not translate very readily into concrete goals. Personal glory or accomplishment can never be Chirac's sole motivation or drive in life. Ministering to others in some way may be his calling, however. Or Jacques Chirac could use his dreamy, imaginative energies in creative ways - the arts, music or entertainment field.
Jacques has confidence in himself and a healthy self-assured attitude. He makes up his own mind and has a clear idea of where he is headed. Jacques Chirac does not feel the need for recognition from others, but is likely to receive recognition anyway.
Jacques Chirac strives to be at one with others, but somehow is not able to synchronize his feelings or viewpoints with them. Feeling disappointed, Jacques may prefer a life in seclusion and away from other people.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Virgo
Mars in 7th house
Mars Conjunct Neptune
MC Conjunct Sun
MC Conjunct Mercury
Mars Square MC
Neptune Square MC
MC Conjunct Sun/Mercury
MC Opposition Neptune/N. Node