January 1st Self-improvement Is Birthday Personality Analysis

Last updated onJanuary 01, 2024

☆Your greatest challenge is to stop beating yourself up about making mistakes

☆The way forward is to learn from your mistakes, turning regret into positive resolve. Let the powerful energy of positivity sweep into your life and raise your game.

The Birthday Of Self-improvement, The Day Of The Emotional Organizer

January 1st Self-improvement Is Birthday Personality Analysis

Element of January 1st Birthdays

Sun sign: Capricorn

Ruling planet: Saturn, the teacher

Symbol: The Horned Goat

Birth date ruler: Sun; the individual

Tarot card: The Devil (instinct)

Favorable numbers: 1, 2

Lucky days: Saturday and Sunday, especially when these days fall on 1 and 2 of the month

Lucky colors: Dark blue, orange and baked clay brown

Birthstone: Garnet

Full of energy and enthusiasm, those born on January 1 like to show others the way forward. Once they settle on a goal, their drive, integrity and originality attract good fortune and assure success. However, the very qualities that draw success to them can also hold them back.

It is extremely important for people born on January 1 to realize that "mistakes" are going to happen in life. If they go through life expecting that things will always turn out the way they wanted and that people will always do what they said they would do, they will feel perpetually frustrated when life does not go according to plan. They need to deviate from the familiar, learn from mistakes and accept the unexpected. And when they are finally able to turn rejection into resolve they will discover an emotional resilience that will drive them forward and break through their fear.

Above all, January 1 people value dedication, discipline and anything to do with education, psychology and study. They truly are born to lead and inspire, both at home and at work. There is always a voice inside them urging them to work harder, faster and longer. This quality can make them charismatic achievers who set an example to others. They are the bosses who burn the midnight oil, the teachers who give up their spare time to help struggling pupils or the politicians who take a pay cut. The only disadvantage is that they can get so caught up in the process of self-improvement that they forget their goal, their sense of humor and the bigger picture.

January 1 people, especially those under the age of thirty, do run the risk of becoming too focused on work and responsibility, and pushing themselves and others hard in the process. But once they figure out that optimism, resilience and listening to the opinions of others are just as important ingredients for success and happiness as hard work and dedication they possess tremendous potential for creativity, insight and inspired leadership.

☆ On the dark side:Oversensitive, impatient, manipulative

☆ At your best:Drive, dedication, honesty

January 1 people are authoritarian, like organization and structure, and must give the orders both at home and work. They are often studious and value education greatly. Moreover, they stick to their convictions.

When it comes to realizing their ambitions, however, the principles of January 1 people sometimes get in their way. Although they wish to scale the heights they are perhaps too honest, too loyal and too honorable to do so. In valuing structure so highly they often are hemmed in by their own orthodoxy when going by the book. Moreover, their frustration threshold is low and it is here that their underlying, highly charged emotional nature is most fully revealed.

Many elements of the January7 1 personality are not only complex but seem contradictory.

For example, those born on this day are highly responsible—yet often take on more responsibilities than they can handle. They are emotional—yet can get so bottled up with their emotions that they are unable to express them. They may be liberal in their outlook—yet will come across as conservative, even reactionary. Above all they undergo tremendous inner struggles in which they can be beset by forces seemingly beyond their control.

It is extremely important careerwise for January' 1 people to sit down at some point in their lives and seriously ask themselves just how high they plan on rising in their chosen field. Then after making a complete accounting of their strengths and weaknesses they should come to a realistic appraisal of their chances for success and set goals accordingly. Long-term and shortterm goals should be clearly delineated, timetables set and kept to, if possible. Should January 1 people decide to go for the top, they must be absolutely sure that they have enough stress resistance, patience and emotional control to get there.

A disadvantage for most January 1 people is their extreme sensitivity, which can make them impatient and difficult when working as a subordinate. When interacting with friends or directing others, particularly as a teacher, those born on this day can be charming, well-liked and effective. However, if their career plans involve climbing the corporate ladder or operating in a highly competitive and unsympathetic arena, they must truly toughen their skin and in that process grow a whole new set of buttons which few can push. If they do so, their efforts will not be so readily undermined by their emotional reactions.

Above all. it is important for January7 1 people not to drive themselves and those around them too hard or too fast. They must be particularly careful that their high expectations do not inevitably end in deep disappointments. Although they consider themselves practical and pragmatic, they must come to accept that they too have romantic dreams and an accompanying need to satisfy them. Thus a realistic self-image consonant with their emotional depth and complexity will be key to their happiness and success.

Power Thought:When one door closes, another always opens for me,It takes two to tango, but it is best to dance together as one

Numbers and Planets

Those born on the 1st day of the month are ruled by the number 1 and by the Sun. Those born on the 1 st usually like to be first, are of a definite viewpoint and eager to rise to the top. As already discussed, however. January 1 people do not always have the toughness and self-confidence to match their talents and potential. Coupled with Saturn (ruler of Capricorn), Sun influences can make January 1 people highly responsible, but can lead them to take on more than they can handle emotionally.

January 1st Birthday Tarot Card

The 1st card of the Major Arcana is The Magician, who symbolizes intellect, communication, information, as well as magic. Over his head is an infinity symbol, which in some Tarot decks takes the form of a hat, in others a halo. Many interpretations may be drawn, one of which is that The Magician recognizes the cyclical and unending nature of life and is empowered by this understanding. The positive traits suggested by this first card include diplomatic skill and shrewdness but, negatively, lack of scruples and opportunism. Perhaps the Magician symbolizes the dilemma facing many January 1 people—a desire for success and greater utilization of their talents can demand a corresponding "flexibility" in their moral code.

☆Luck maker:(Believe in a better plan)When you plan for things one way and they turn out another, don’t drown in remorse and anxiety; open up your mind with the positive belief that there must be a better plan or a better way.

Love Overpowering and seductive

You’re drawn to people born on July 24 to August 23:You share the same wild energy and drive, and this mutual understanding creates an intense and passionate bond.

The seductive power and drive of those born on January 1 can be so strong that unchallenged it can overpower others. They like variety and constant challenge and if their relationships don’t hold their interest they can get bored quickly and become controlling. However, once they get involved with someone creative who can keep them on their toes, and who can give them a sense of peace and security when things aren’t going to plan, they tend to stay involved.

Health Danger of burnout

Emotional and physical burnout is the biggest health worry for people born on this day; because they can be so self-critical they can suffer from bouts of depression. It is extremely important for them to have people in their lives with whom they can talk about their insecurities. This could be family, friends or counselors. Stress-related illnesses, such as headaches and high blood pressure, as well as comfort eating and digestive problems, are also areas of concern. They need to make sure they avoid alcohol, smoking and reliance on caffeine and sugar, and that they get plenty of fresh air, exercise and relaxation. Three drops of lavender essential oil on a handkerchief to breathe in when life is moving too fast will give them a much-needed pick-me-up.

Those born on January 1 are apt to suffer from hidden fears and anxieties. To keep themselves from feeling alternately nervous and depressed they may find it helpful to seek psychological advice or therapy. Physically, those born on this day must be careful about eliminative problems such as constipation (which can be helped by high-fiber foods), and watch their diets both as to quantity and quality. (They are particularly prone to stress-related disease, particularly cardiovascular, and should eliminate smoking if possible.) Reducing sugar, unbleached white flour and animal fat in their diet is essential for their good health. January 1 people should keep active, and engage in regular, but moderate, physical exercise. Walking and swimming are recommended.

Career Born specialist

These people like to be in charge so they are often attracted to careers that offer them this possibility. In business they like to work as a planner, producer, CEO or account manager and, if these are not possible options, to be self-employed. They can also be attracted to politics, education, engineering, astronomy, geology and medicine but any career that allows them to specialize in and rise to the top of a particular rather than a general field will appeal.

Destiny To be a voice of the people

The life task for people born on January 1 is to recognize that weaknesses in themselves and others are not necessarily insurmountable obstacles and that with a change of perspective weaknesses can become strengths. This insight, along with the realization that everyone has something to offer, will help give them the emotional strength to fulfill their destiny as a voice of the people.

Don't send mixed signals. Be sure of what you want before you express your wishes. Share your emotions—don't get bottled up inside. Lasting security is usually an illusion.

Celebrities Born On January 1st

J.D. Salinger(American writer), E.M. Forster(British writer), Verne Troyer(American actor),

Sir James Frazer (Scottish anthropologist, The Golden Bough), E.M. Forster (British novelist, Passage to India), J. Edgar Hoover (FBI head for fortynine years), Paul Revere (American Revolutionary War patriot silversmith, famous ride to warn of British advance), Betsy Ross (American Revolutionary War patriot seamstress, traditionally credited with designing and sewing American flag), Alfred Stieglrtz (photographer), Milt Jackson (jazz vibraphonist, Modern Jazz Quartet), Barry Goldwater (US senator, Anzona, Republican presidential candidate, writer, Where / Stand), J.D. Salinger (novelist Catcher in the Rye), Ousmane Sembene (Senegalese film director, Black Girl, The Money Order), Xavier Cugat (Spanish-bom Latin bandleader), Maurice Bejart (Belgian choreographer, dance company founder), Ouida (British novelist, Held in Bondage), Bulee "Slim" Gaillard (jazz, blues singer, guitarist, pianist, songwriter), Hank Greenberg (baseball first baseman, 4x AL HR and RBI leader, 2x MVP, Hall of Famer), Doak Walker (football halfback Heisman Trophy winner, 6x All- Pro, led Detroit to two NFL titles). Dana Andrews (film actor). Carole Landis (Busby Berkeley dancer, film actress, comic, four husbands, committed suicide), Wilhelm Canans (German commanding general, conspirator against Hitler, executed), Fredenck Wiseman (documentary filmmaker, Low and Order)

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