drive and ambition
Orson Welles has a warrior's attitude - decisive, courageous, and bold. Orson tends to always crave action, even when waiting for an opportune moment or not doing anything at all would actually be effective in the long-term. He absolutely cannot tolerate being passive or even patient about getting what he wants. Orson Welles feels that it is up to him to take the initiative and he pursues his goal or desire very aggressively.
He is also self-reliant, in that he does not depend on others to do things for him or help him along, and Orson Welles is often irritated when other people offer advice or direction. Cooperation rarely comes easily to him. He is willful and can be quite oblivious to others' desires or feelings when he is pursuing something he wants. He is highly competitive, enjoys a challenge or a good fight, and may be downright pugnacious at times. Abounding in energy and enthusiasm at the start of a new venture, Orson Welles needs a very positive response and encouragement in order to sustain his interest throughout. If a project is not successful from the start, he is liable to drop it and move on to something else rather than rework or refine it. He has a strong desire to blaze new trails and put his own twist to things. Welles can discover, invent and initiate new things, but he is impatient and may lack the stamina and perseverance needed see a long-term project through.
He is a team player and works well in collaboration with others who share his goals, ideals, and intentions. Orson Welles can coordinate group efforts and inspire people to work toward a shared goal.
Team sports are also a lot of fun for Orson, and he could be a leader, coach, or director of any group endeavor.
He enjoys risky, exciting activities and cannot tolerate too much routine, tedium, or inactivity. Unless other factors in his chart suggest staying power and the ability to follow through, Orson Welles may be the person who initiates a new venture but cannot happily participate in the ongoing, sustained effort it requires. "Independent" is Welles' middle name! Orson Welles needs to be a totally free agent, to run his own show. Orson likes to introduce new concepts to people, and then move on.
Discipline, concentration, a realistic sense of what is attainable, and steady dedication to achieving his ambitions are the keys to Orson's progress. Orson Welles is apt to move slowly but constantly in the direction of his goals, and solid achievement is the outcome of this conservative approach.
Orson Welles 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. Orson 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 Orson's personal ambitions.
His professional goals and long-range ambitions may be vague and difficult for Orson Welles to define for quite a long time. This is partly due to the fact that they are not very conventional, concrete, or worldly. Orson is apt to have more of a spiritual vocation or calling. Healing, counseling, the ministry, music, art - or some combination thereof - may well be part of his role in life. On the other hand, Orson Welles may simply be confused and seemingly not ambitious at all in the professional realm.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Aries
Mars in 11th house
Mars Sextile Uranus
Saturn Trine MC
Pluto Trine MC
Neptune Quincunx MC