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love

Being such a big character, Leopards tend to work best in a relationship with a more understated partner but someone who still shares their passion for adventure. Having an alpha role in the relationship is a must if it is to work long term. Although the Leopard enjoys the spotlight, they need their partner to be popular and assertive to maintain balance.

health

Such strong personalities can both lift and drag down the spirits of those around them depending on the mood of the Leopard. They have a tendency towards the eccentric and thrive on complementary medicine. Leopards tend to be different and as such often fall foul of hard to diagnose disorders such as ME and chronic fatigue syndrome. Their other downfall is taking on too much resulting in accidents.

Leopard personalities can use their natural talents to produce amazing outcomes. They are natural politicians and entrepreneurs. Leopards gravitate towards roles where they can make a difference and have their opinions heard. It is important that they learn to delegate giving positive affirmations to their team and relinquish the need to do everything themselves.

identity career

About the Leopard

You can recognise someone who has a Leopard personality because they will always be hard to ignore. They tend to be eccentric, larger than life characters who are naturally assertive yet balanced with a gentle compassionate side. Leopards are good at accepting responsiblity which is very useful in terms of parenting or leadership but can be detrimental if they do not learn to share such responsibility. Their intrinsic driver is their intuition which helps provide ideas and inspiration for a seemingly constant source of projects.

People who tend to identify with these Earth animals are likely to be of an Inspirational temperament as defined by Sloanology. The most likely star sign drawn towards Leopard is Aquarius but not all Aquarians are Leopards. In terms of MBTI, the inspirational INFJ personality type is associated with the Leopard. Examples include Matt Dillon and Ayn Rand.

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