You possess strong pioneering instincts and are generally enterprising
and industrious. In crunch situations, you are forceful and courageous
and refuse to give up until you have achieved your targets or at
least put in your best. Like a true sportsperson, you like to play
for the challenge and enjoyment and at one level, winning or losing
is not so important. What matters more to you is giving a good account
of yourself. Curiously, you often prefer to prove yourself to yourself
instead of to others. In your speech and approach, you are direct
and forthright and abhor dissembling in any form. However, calling
a spade a spade doesn't always make you popular and even though
you're fully aware of this, you couldn't really care less. You don't
like pressures being on you and value an easy going, free style
of functioning. You're generally easy to get along with but you
can be very self-assertive indeed when the situation so demands.
It may sound paradoxical but your best mood is not the one when
you're feeling good or on top of the world. You then tend to become
complacent and let up on the momentum through which you had registered
whatever achievement it was that was making you feel good. Your
best moods in terms of productivity seem to be those when you feel
you're missing out on something or when you feel you're being sidelined.
Similarly -when you feel you have something to contribute which
is better than what somebody you know is producing when you feel
somebody thinks you're dependent on him or her or when you're spurred
on because you realize it's a financial must to produce.
Avoid taking decisions when:
You feel like pushing someone down the stairs.
Traits to be corrected
You tend to be too impulsive and later regret your
actions or inaction. You're often also too outspoken and undiplomatic.
Besides, you don't hesitate to get into an argument or pick up a
quarrel over petty things -- an attitude you often justify by saying:
"I just had to. Why keep it bottled up inside me". True.
But the fact remains that you end up alienating others.