William Randolph Hearst
drive and ambition
William Randolph Hearst avoids direct confrontation as much as possible and is uncomfortable with aggressiveness, competition and personal power. His ego drive is not very dominant and Hearst is not especially ambitious or eager to push his way to the top. He may feel inadequate in situations that call for strong, forceful action. The only instance in which William Randolph Hearst will really fight is when he senses that his loved ones - or something dear to him- are being jeopardized, in which case he is a fierce defender. William Randolph Hearst has a very strong protective side. He acts on impulse and instinct and may lash out at anyone he perceives as threatening to William's home or family. However, William Randolph Hearst will rarely initiate a confrontation. His goals also tend to be very personal and centered on family closeness and inner satisfaction rather than worldly achievement.
He is sensitive to stress and does not handle a high-pressured, competitive atmosphere very well. William Randolph Hearst is very touchy, irritable and difficult to live with when there are many demands or stressful situations at work. His energy level varies and is very dependent on the emotional harmony (or lack thereof) in his home. A supportive partner is very instrumental in helping Hearst to achieve his goals and desires.
William Randolph Hearst often buys things on impulse and he can be reckless with his material resources and money. William has certain possessions that he is extremely attached to and possessive of.
William Randolph Hearst works hard and patiently to achieve his objectives and perseveres in spite of difficulties and discouragement. When concentrating on a single, clearly defined goal, William is able to accomplish a great deal, but he often feels that the path is long and arduous, and that he must struggle on alone and shoulder the burden single-handedly.
He is capable of great self-control and self-denial and can be a hard taskmaster, expecting far too much of himself. He also tends to hold himself back and doubt his own power and ability. William Randolph Hearst feels that he meets with great resistance whenever he tries to assert himself or take initiative. Anger and frustration can be big problems for William Randolph Hearst, especially when he tries to work with other people or depend too much on others for support. William works best in solitude.
Ordinary life often seems drab and uninteresting to William and he must have something that stirs his imagination - a vision or ideal or dream to motivate him. William Randolph Hearst has a strong urge to act out his fantasies or to live his dream, and William Randolph Hearst will act where others merely talk or dream. Artistic creation, drama or other areas in which Hearst can express himself imaginatively are excellent for him.
Work that only serves his own narrow personal interests does not satisfy William Randolph Hearst. He may lack the competitive edge, the fighting spirit, the "me first" attitude that is often required for material advancement and success. He also tends to either overestimate or underestimate his own power and abilities.
Because of his somewhat negative attitude, William could feel listless a great deal of time and is likely to become physically inactive. William Randolph Hearst tends to become easily overwhelmed; his objectives tend to be unclear, and Hearst questions his ability to attain them.
William Randolph Hearst really wants to leave his mark on the world in some way, to achieve stature and recognition for his contributions, and he is not willing to take a back seat - at least not for very long. In order to achieve his aims, though, William Randolph Hearst will have to compromise and "give" more than he may be willing to. Thus, conflicts with others, particularly important men in his life, may arise. To accomplish his goals, William may have to set aside some of his self-centeredness, and learn from these men! However, William Randolph Hearst may also be required at some point to make a break in order to hold his own and fulfill his own destiny.
Discipline, concentration, a realistic sense of what is attainable and steady dedication to achieving his ambitions are the keys to William's progress. William Randolph Hearst is apt to move slowly but surely in the direction of his goals, and solid achievement is the outcome of this conservative approach.
There are two different career paths that appeal to William Randolph Hearst, and they may merge at some point. The first has to do with the arts, entertainment, film, or the music industry. The second involves the ministry, social betterment, charity or volunteer work. William Randolph Hearst has a high degree of sensitivity and this compassion is likely to be a key factor in his professional decisions and overall goals in life.
William Randolph Hearst has a lot of energy and is determined and ambitious in the pursuit of his goals. But he has a tendency to change his aims or objectives frequently, is quite restless, and always ready and excited to start something new.
He is optimistic, has a lot of ideas, and is very fond of talking. Always ready to expand his mind, William Randolph Hearst has a zeal for learning new subjects. He may be interested in scientific fields and is likely to be very successful in his vocation.
He is very reserved and may try to avoid contact with others as much as possible. William Randolph Hearst tends to suppress or hide his feelings and could see himself as unappreciated or worthless. He is likely to go his own way and appreciate solitude.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Cancer
Mars in 2nd house
Mars Square Saturn
Mars Square Neptune
Mars Conjunct Saturn/Neptune
Sun Square MC
Saturn Trine MC
Neptune Sextile MC
MC Opposition Moon/Uranus
MC Opposition Mercury/Jupiter
MC Opposition Venus/Saturn