John Maynard Keynes
drive and ambition
Once John Maynard Keynes sets his mind on a goal, his dedication, determination, and commitment are extraordinary. Keynes 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. 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 John Maynard Keynes to kept to that path. Getting started is more difficult. John Maynard Keynes has a lazy, comfort-loving side and there is often a good deal of inertia for him to overcome before Keynes 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. John Maynard Keynes 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. John'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. John Maynard Keynes also tends to play it safe, and to limit himself as a result.
He has passionate convictions and will fight for them when challenged. John Maynard Keynes is willing to dedicate a great deal of his energy and force to an important cause, and he will act decisively on his beliefs, rather than simply espousing them.
Sometimes Keynes gets so involved and identified with his ideas that he cannot really be receptive to anyone who opposes him philosophically.
John Maynard Keynes has a rather cocky, confident, we-can-do-it attitude which people in his environment pick up on quite readily. Inspiring, motivating, and encouraging others to go out and do their very best is one of John's innate gifts. John Maynard Keynes has faith in the power of action and boldness, and enjoys imitating new programs and projects.
Keynes gains his objectives and ambitions in life through his personal charm, attractiveness, ability to please others visually and/or emotionally. A career in the arts or entertainment world is possible for John Maynard Keynes. Anything involving sales or promotion, particularly of beautiful or luxurious items, is an area he can succeed in. Vanity or indiscretions in relationships could lead John Maynard Keynes to his downfall.
John Maynard Keynes seems to lack the drive needed to deal with situations and depends a lot on his subconscious insights. Keynes' energy tends to be a bit low and feelings of hopelessness and inferiority may plague John quite often.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Taurus
Mars in 9th house
Mars Sextile Jupiter
MC Conjunct Venus
MC Conjunct Mars/Neptune