Characteristics of the Fire Goat: 1967
This Goat usually knows what they want in life and often use their charm and persuasive personality to get what they want. They can let their imagination run wild at times and have a tendency to ignore matters that are of no interest to them.
They love to spend their money and would benefit from saving a little each month for a rainy day. They have a lively personality with many friends and are always at parties and social gatherings.
The Goat is an imaginative and creative person with a love for the finer things in life. They are easy going and prefer to live in a relaxed and calm environment. They do not like to stick to a routine or timetable. They like to take their time doing things and do not like to rush as they are perfectionists and will give 110 percent on anything they do. The goat usually prefers to work with large groups rather than on their own. They like to have the support of colleagues as they can get a bit nervous if they are left to do something by themselves. They will try to leave major decisions to others whenever possible although they will put their point across if they feel strongly about something.
The Goat has a very persuasive nature and often uses their charm to get what they want out of life. They can hide their feelings quite a bit and would benefit from letting them out from time to time. The Goat has quite a reserved nature but when they around a company that they are comfortable with and trust they become a lot more talkative and confident.
The Goat is probably the most artistic of all the twelve animals with a big passion for theatre, literature, music or art. They are natural creators and are rarely happier than when they are occupied in an artistic pursuit. As well as having a passion for art they can also be quite religious people and often have a deep interest in nature, animals and the countryside.
The Goat will hardly ever have financial problems as long as they do not spend all their money on needless gadgets and gizmos. Goats usually leave home when they are young but will always have a strong relationship with their parents. They don’t have the tidiest house but they know where everything is and it will always be free of dust and dirt.
Affairs of the heart are particularly important to the Goat and they will often have many romances before they finally settle down. Goats prefer to live in a secure and stable environment. They get along best with Tigers, Horses, Monkeys, Pigs, and Rabbits. They can also have a good relationship with Dragons, Snakes, Roosters and other Goats, but may find the Dog a bit too serious for their liking and will not care for the Rats thrifty ways.
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