drive and ambition
He is aspiring, enterprising, and forever following some bright and distant star, planning some new venture or investigating new potentials. He is definitely "upwardly mobile" in either a material or spiritual sense. Mark Twain aims high and is not content simply with a quiet, secure existence. Mark likes to stretch his limits, to see how far he can go, and to take risks. He is a positive thinker, expects success for himself, and is philosophical about failures. Twain is flexible and he bounces back from disappointment rather quickly, usually with another hopeful new idea he wants to try. His enthusiasm and confidence are contagious and enable Mark Twain to enlist the aid and support he needs for his projects. However, Mark Twain sometimes promises more than he can actually achieve, because he is overly optimistic or pays insufficient attention to the practicalities involved.
He also tends to get distracted and to have too many things going at once. Although it is very difficult for him, there are times when Mark Twain simply must develop commitment, perseverance, and persistence in order to make his dreams and goals a concrete reality. Too often Mark Twain falls short of what he could attain because he is unwilling to persist through the difficult or less exciting times.
He also enjoys competition and usually does not take it too seriously. Sports and entrepreneurial endeavors are good ways to channel Mark's energy.
Mark Twain often buys things on impulse and he can be reckless with his material resources and money. Mark has certain possessions that he is extremely attached to and possessive of.
While Mark Twain enjoys challenging himself to extend his abilities or try new activities, he is apt to bite off more than he can chew. Failures or accidents due to overestimating his prowess or capacities and being overly eager and poorly prepared, may result. Fortunately these disappointments or blunders do not dampen Mark's spirits or his ambitions permanently; he has a lot of resilience and optimism. Most likely Mark Twain will need to develop his physical coordination and sense of timing in order to do some of the activities he dreams of doing.
Mark Twain has a strong sense of mission and he instinctively knows that to achieve anything great, one must eliminate superfluous activities, and give oneself wholly to the goal one wishes to accomplish. His zeal, enthusiasm, and clarity of purpose enable Mark Twain to succeed and to achieve whatever he aims for. Mark Twain has a strong will, but he is usually quiet and understated about it.
Mark Twain has a talent for putting fresh ideas and inspiration into practice. He is ready and willing to apply new ideas and methods, and he has a knack for gaining acceptance for a new idea and implementing it.
To achieve his long-range goals and ambitions, the process must be interesting and mentally stimulating, as Twain gets bored with work that is not challenging intellectually. Mark Twain needs variety and social stimulation as well. One problem he may have is saying the wrong thing at the wrong time, or to the wrong person. Mark needs to watch his words. His tongue or even his sense of humor can get Mark Twain in trouble with superiors at times.
His career is apt to involve protecting, caring, and nurturing in some aspect. Home, family relationships, cherishing the past, continuing a tradition are also featured. Mark Twain is apt to be quite popular through his profession or business.
In many ways Mark'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.
Mark has an abundance of energy, drive, and spirit to accomplish just about anything he desires. Much can be accomplished thanks to Mark's single-mindedness and zeal to get things done. Sometimes Mark Twain pushes himself too hard without even realizing it, but sometimes even he needs to relax and stop doing. Mark Twain has the reputation for being a go-getter and a good worker.
Mark Twain possesses great zeal and passion for achieving his aspirations in life, and can be something of a fanatic when he sets his sights on a goal. Mark could do research work, psychological investigation, even detective work - anything that involves delving beneath the surface for hidden elements. A great love of mystery and exploring the unknown fuels many of Mark's personal ambitions.
His heart is filled with love and Mark Twain feels emotionally fulfilled. Professionally, he may choose a career that enables him to portray a parental figure. Mark likes to be the center of attraction and wants to be somebody. He likes people and gets along well with them.
He is inclined to deem himself irresistible and could give the impression of being a bit snobbish. Mark Twain tends to concentrate mostly on himself and expects others to adapt to his wishes. Very creative, Mark also strives to be the best artistically.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Sagittarius
Mars in 2nd house
Mars Quincunx Jupiter
Mars Trine Pluto
Saturn Trine Uranus
Mercury Square MC
Moon Trine MC
Venus Trine MC
Mars Trine MC
Pluto Trine MC
MC Opposition Moon/Venus
MC Opposition Venus/Pluto