Feb 26, 1936
92 W 6, 46 N 46
92 W 6
46 N 46
Look for a career where Don Macdonald can use Don Macdonald's abilities to carry out projects in minute detail. These projects must be perfect, and Don Macdonald will not be under pressure to limit the time it takes to complete them. For instance, if Don Macdonald go into interior design, Don Macdonald should have clients who have enough money to spend so that Don Macdonald can do an elegant job.
Don Macdonald have, above all, a facility for putting thoughts into eloquent words. Thus, Don Macdonald would do admirably as a journalist, a lecturer or even as a traveller salesman. Never would Don Macdonald be at a loss for something to say. This quality would fit Don Macdonald for a teacher also. But, when Don Macdonald's impatient moods overtake Don Macdonald, Don Macdonald would fare badly. In almost any occupation requiring quick thinking, Don Macdonald will succeed very well. But, it must not be monotonous work or Don Macdonald will prove an utter failure. Don Macdonald like change and variety, so that any job which takes Don Macdonald up and down the country or to some far-flung outpost, will be suitable for Don Macdonald. Don Macdonald will fare better as Don Macdonald's own master than when working for somebody else. Don Macdonald want to come and go when Don Macdonald like and, to be able to do this, Don Macdonald must be Don Macdonald's own master.
Financial conditions will be very contradictory for Don Macdonald. Don Macdonald will have runs of luck to be followed by equal periods of reverses when nothing will appear to go right. Don Macdonald should avoid speculation and gambles of all kinds and hold Don Macdonald's inclination for extravagance well in check. Don Macdonald also come under peculiar and other uncertain conditions in the matter of finance. Don Macdonald may gain money in fits and starts, but Don Macdonald will not be likely to keep it. Don Macdonald's ideas are liable to be too advanced for the generation, Don Macdonald will live in. Don Macdonald will have a desire for indulging in speculation, but as a rule, Don Macdonald will be disposed to back the underdog. Don Macdonald's best chances in relation to the new ideas are, such as electric inventions, wireless, radio, T.V., cinemas and unusual building or construction work, also in literature or highly imaginable creations.