drive and ambition
Once Ludwig Wittgenstein sets his mind on a goal, his dedication, determination, and commitment are extraordinary. Wittgenstein pursues his ambitions tenaciously and will stubbornly refuse to give up, let go, or be influenced in any way. Like Aesop's tortoise, Ludwig 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 Ludwig Wittgenstein to kept to that path. Getting started is more difficult. Ludwig Wittgenstein has a lazy, comfort-loving side and there is often a good deal of inertia for him to overcome before Wittgenstein 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. Ludwig Wittgenstein 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. Ludwig'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. Ludwig Wittgenstein also tends to play it safe, and to limit himself as a result.
Ludwig Wittgenstein expects to work hard for anything he accomplishes and he has no patience for people who do not pull their own weight. Work is a passion for Ludwig at times, and he pushes himself too hard. Wittgenstein can also be too demanding of the people he works with.
If his energy is not invested in a job or career, Ludwig Wittgenstein can become fanatic about his health, and may exercise or "work out" vigorously and perhaps excessively.
Fits of temper and impatience, and a sudden, erratic sort of recklessness can all work very much against Ludwig Wittgenstein, especially when he needs to be working cooperatively as part of a team or in a partnership. When he is upset or fired up about something, Ludwig often does things that are risky and outrageous. When out of balance, Wittgenstein tends to be accident prone.
His personal ambition is very high and Ludwig Wittgenstein has the desire to perform record achievements. Although his recuperative abilities are strong, Wittgenstein should be careful not to over-exert himself. Ludwig can also be somewhat ruthless in his pursuit of success.
He is an ambitious and vigorous supporter of associations and groups. He is a good team member and works hard for things that he believes in. Ludwig Wittgenstein is also closely connected with his family and enjoys spending time with them.
His imagination is great and Wittgenstein 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 Ludwig wants them to.
Ludwig Wittgenstein seems to be driven to succeed and he works indefatigably toward the realization of his goals. Ludwig has the ability and strength to master the greatest tasks, but tends to over-tax his nerves and physical strength to the point of a break down.
Happiness and fulfillment in Ludwig's career are likely, because he gives his all to it and will not make the sorts of compromises that others feel compelled to make in order to succeed. Self-expression and being his own person are very important to Wittgenstein.
Enormous aid is apt to come to Ludwig Wittgenstein through his father or another important man in his life. His relationships with superiors and those in a position to boost his career are usually excellent.
Fluidity of speech and thought, and using intellectual gifts or communicative skills to achieve his ambitions in life are featured. Convincing, selling, persuading, reasoning, bringing ideas into public awareness are also part of Wittgenstein's professional life.
In many ways Ludwig'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.
Wittgenstein may seem to have a magically easy road to success and public recognition. Doors open for Ludwig Wittgenstein and opportunities abound. He may have more offers than he can follow up on. Mostly this is due to a positive and generous attitude on his part. Ludwig's ambitions in life may have a spiritual component - based on a concern for social betterment or humanitarian ideals.
He is very generous and his style of life is likely to be grandiose. A very gracious host, Ludwig Wittgenstein displays a warm heart and gladness when he meets other people. Ludwig has the ability to radiate his inner happiness and show his affection for others.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Taurus
Mars in 6th house
Mars Quincunx Uranus
Mars Conjunct Sun/Pluto
Mars Conjunct Moon/N. Node
Mars Conjunct Mercury/Neptune
Mars Conjunct Mercury/Pluto
Sun Trine MC
Mercury Trine MC
Venus Trine MC
Jupiter Trine MC
MC Opposition Venus/Jupiter