Some of the most astute employees are the ones keenest to detail. Noticing patterns and making predictions based on observations is a great way to get ahead. While horoscopes may not perfectly predict the future, understanding the cycle can give you an edge in the work place.
By learning how different personality types function innately it’s easier to lead and succeed. Knowing the common characteristics of the zodiac’s sun signs will increase your chances of getting the best responses from co workers and employers.
The fifth sign in the horoscope calendar is Leo. This house includes people born between July 23rd and August 22nd. A fire sign represented by the lion, Leo’s strive to be at the head of the pack or rather the pride. They are natural leaders and strive for supervisor positions and, because of the way they carry themselves, others agree.
Good, bad or otherwise, Leos are: enthusiastic, energetic, optimistic, happy, lucky, fixed, stable, confident, ambitious, generous, loyal, encouraging, vain, pretentious, domineering, melodramatic, and stubborn.
Leo’s do well when they are allowed to be the boss and delegate their instructions to others but tight friendships can be tough. The Leo’s ego often edges out others who try to relate to them. They can be seen as attention hogs and drama kings and queens.
It’s important to relate to Leos in a way that brings out their best. Credit is important to Leos who like to shine. Even if they aren’t the star on the project make sure their efforts are recognized. Don’t be offended if a Leo overstates their involvement in the process. They work best when someone is watching in awe so set them up to have an appreciative audience when necessary.
Careers where Leos have found success include: acting, advertising agent, announcer, architect, artist, athlete, business owner, carpentry, comedian, dancer, director, DJ, equipment repair, event coordinator, farmer, financial planner, fireman/woman, graphic designer, gunsmith, hairstylist, HAVAC, hospitality, hotel management, illustrator, insurance adjustor, investigative reporter, judge, landscaper, lawyer, librarian, lifeguard, marketing, musician, park ranger, personal trainer, police officer, public relations, real estate, sales, security, stockbroker, tax preparer, veterinarian, woodworking, welder, writer, or zookeeper.
When it comes to sharing a work space it’s best to know who works well together. Leos thrive when paired with people born under Gemini, Capricorn, Aries, or Libra. They struggle with people of Scorpio, Cancer, Sagittarius, or Aquarius signs. For Virgo, Taurus, Leo, or Pisces it could go either way working with Leos.