John F. Kennedy
drive and ambition
Once John F. Kennedy sets his mind on a goal, his dedication, determination, and commitment to it are extraordinary. Kennedy pursues his ambitions tenaciously and will stubbornly refuse to give up, let go, or be influenced in any way. Like Aesop's tortoise, John 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. The nitty-gritty work often falls to him. 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, is easy for John F. Kennedy to follow it through to its completion. Getting started is more difficult. John F. Kennedy has a lazy, comfort-loving side and there is often a good deal of inertia for him to overcome before Kennedy 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 achievement. John F. Kennedy 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. His stamina and persistence is John's great strength but it can also work against him; he can get caught in a rut and refuse to seize new opportunities. John F. Kennedy also tends to play it safe, and to limit himself in that way.
John F. Kennedy meets numerous challenges and possibly defeats in pursuit of his goals and desires, and his setbacks often occur because John has been too rash or intent on working his own will regardless of the impact on others. John F. Kennedy is intense and passionate, and simply does not know when to stop sometimes! Recklessness with others can be a problem for Kennedy.
John F. Kennedy has a positive, "can-do" attitude and he tackles life's challenges with relish. He is self-confident and has a strong will to succeed, to see how much he can do and how far he can go. No matter what Kennedy accomplishes, he does not rest on your laurels. John wants to keep on going, to do even bigger things. He is forward-looking, enterprising, and enthusiastic about new projects. He is not happy in situations that do not offer him challenges and the potential for growth and expansion in the future - no matter how secure or satisfactory they may be in other respects. He enjoys competition, but John F. Kennedy competes mostly with himself, to see how much of his vision and potential he can really achieve. He makes a good leader, inspiring courage and confidence in others. John F. Kennedy usually enjoys good health and high vitality.
His role in life is apt to be one of great responsibility and John F. Kennedy takes his tasks very seriously. Certain heaviness weighs on him because of this. He may have been unusually ambitious or mature at a tender age. John F. Kennedy advances and attains his aspirations through dedication and perseverance, rather than fortune.
John's profession is apt to involve communications, language, carrying messages, sales, speaking, or teaching - put simply, getting ideas across. A great deal of social involvement, networking, and personnel skills also play a significant part in his professional role.
The road to success, professional advancement, and fulfillment of his long-range goals is apt to be easier and smoother for John F. Kennedy than for many. Partly this is due to getting a great deal of support - financial, emotional, or both. Probably someone early in his life really believed in John and had high expectations for him. John F. Kennedy contributes to his own success by having large goals, and by including, helping and enlisting the aid of friends and others in reaching those goals. A lack of selfishness or pettiness is a great boon to him. Whatever John F. Kennedy does is apt to be expansive and eventually quite prosperous.
Kennedy's profession may be unusual, very innovative and progressive, or outside the "mainstream", providing alternative services or products. A certain uneven, erratic quality characterizes John's career and rise in the professional arena. Sudden changes of fortune, unexpected upsets, and twists of fate are likely.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Taurus
Mars in 8th house
Mars Conjunct Jupiter
MC Conjunct Saturn
Mercury Sextile MC
Jupiter Sextile MC
Uranus Quincunx MC