Leos (Symbol ♌) have an innate charm. They are accommodating, emotional, and wise. Even the outer appearance or clothing, the way they wear it and move, show that the person is a Leo. If all humans are worms, then Leos are fireflies, so they stand out from the crowd.
They do not come; they appear. Leos like to show themselves and are therefore born actors. Leos are generous, open, and polite; they radiate warmth and security. But beware: The cuddly cat should not fool you; it prefers to remain aloof.
Male Leos are demonstrative leaders who are significantly different from the other two fire signs. The zodiac Leo is an elected leader. The Sagittarius is appointed to lead, and usually only at a later age. And the Aries first develops the leadership and then seizes power.
Leos reveal their system of operation and do everything with care and thoroughness. Leos like to do a lot of work by themselves since they believe that someone else could not do it as well as they do. If they have something in mind, they realize it through broad information and constant reflection.
In many cases, however, they are accused of absolutism, since they believe they are the only ones to possess knowledge. Moreover, what they want must necessarily be done. So they can be extremely stubborn and do rarely adhere to current views. Their opinion is firm and do not accept to change ideas since they are very proud.
Therefore, you should help them to abandon their opinion without losing their face.
Leos do their work either very well or not at all. The way they work can cause them not to finish on time, which is why this zodiac sign is sometimes considered lazy. Leos are more entertainers in life than champions. Nevertheless, they are very courageous and eager to work. And when they lead, they do it steering, so that everyone knows where the journey is going.
Strengths of Leo
Leos are self-confident, creative, independent, optimistic, heroic, kindhearted, generous, loyal, honest, distinguished, characterful, dignified
Weaknesses of Leo
The tend to be boastful, vain, presumptuous, overbearing, autocratic, pleasure-seeking, wasteful, insecure.
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