drive and ambition
Once Jean Piaget sets his mind on a goal, his dedication, determination, and commitment are extraordinary. Piaget pursues his ambitions tenaciously and will stubbornly refuse to give up, let go, or be influenced in any way. Like Aesop's tortoise, Jean 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 Jean Piaget to kept to that path. Getting started is more difficult. Jean Piaget has a lazy, comfort-loving side and there is often a good deal of inertia for him to overcome before Piaget 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. Jean Piaget 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. Jean'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. Jean Piaget also tends to play it safe, and to limit himself as a result.
Asserting himself and being direct and forceful about what he wants is very often difficult for Jean. Though he may have a great deal of energy and drive, Jean Piaget lacks confidence or simply the desire to put himself and his interests first. Positively, Piaget can be very unselfish, working more on behalf of others rather than for himself.
However, Jean Piaget denies his own desires and needs too much, and he is likely to secretly become very angry, which will sabotage his finest efforts.
An intense team-worker, Jean Piaget is likely to realize plans that he makes in common with others. He may prefer to work with partners rather than alone and could form relationships with others for the purpose of working together.
He is quite passionate, loves children, and is inclined to wish for a large family. In fact, Jean Piaget is likely to become completely bound up in his marriage and family life.
His ambitions and long-range goals in life are apt to be personal, subjective, and related to inner development or inner satisfaction. Others' recognition or accomplishing something great in material or public terms is quite secondary to Jean.
A great deal of Piaget's energy, attention, and fulfillment may be related to home, family, or fulfilling his heritage in some manner.
Maybe the most important factor in Jean's choice of career and his success or lack of it is having a strong home base. Family support is crucial to Jean Piaget, and he would not sacrifice his family for any sort of advantage or achievement in the outside world. If Jean Piaget has a solid foundation and healthy relationships with his parents, he is likely to fulfill any aspirations he has for accomplishment.
Piaget may not feel like he has to work very hard or strive to achieve, either because he comes from a very comfortable background, or because inner contentment and satisfaction are more important to him than outward accomplishment. Jean Piaget could be quite successful in real estate, agriculture, or anything involving land.
His drives and ambitions in life may seem crazy or eccentric to the more conservative people Jean knows. There may well be no security or safety net (no retirement pension, no insurance benefits) in the work Jean Piaget does. He is suited for freelancing, or professions that involve lots of change, innovation, variety, irregular schedules, and the like. Jean Piaget should expect the unexpected and numerous ups and downs in the course of his life. He may change course often, and try many different things.
Jean Piaget has a spiritual gift or vocation which colors his personal ambitions and drive for achievement. Helping people or serving the Whole is part of his role in life. Music, the arts, entertainment, and/or using imagery, visualization, or imagination can be aspects of Jean's work in the world.
His public image is important to Jean Piaget and he comes across in a confident way. He is very ambitious, strives for material gains and aims toward wealth and possessions. Piaget will achieve much popularity because of his harmonious and happy demeanor.
His mind and feeling work together harmoniously and his ability to convince and lead others comes out of his deepest inner self. An independent thinker, Jean Piaget forms his own judgments and opinions. In relationships Piaget seeks out people with whom he can feel a soul-link.
His heart is filled with love and Jean Piaget feels emotionally fulfilled. Professionally, he may choose a career that enables him to portray a parental figure. Jean likes to be the center of attraction and wants to be somebody. He likes people and gets along well with them.
His persevering and enduring nature gives Jean Piaget the power to overcome a lot of difficulties in life. He is able to carry his lot with dignity and without complaint, but may literally work himself to death; Jean wants to work until he takes his last breath!
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Taurus
Mars in 12th house
Mars Opposition Mercury/N. Node
Mars Opposition Venus/N. Node
Sun Opposition MC
Moon Opposition MC
Jupiter Opposition MC
Uranus Square MC
Neptune Trine MC
MC Opposition Sun/Jupiter
MC Opposition Moon/Mercury
MC Opposition Moon/Venus
MC Opposition Mars/Saturn