George Bell 2013 Horoscope
George Bell's Career horoscope
Because George Bell is sensitive to any happenings in George Bell's career life, George Bell prefer to have jobs which require little hassle and pressure. Aiming George Bell's vocational directions with this in mind will result in a career of performance.
George Bell's Occupation horoscope
George Bell have, above all, a facility for putting thoughts into eloquent words. Thus, George Bell would do admirably as a journalist, a lecturer or even as a traveller salesman. Never would George Bell be at a loss for something to say. This quality would fit George Bell for a teacher also. But, when George Bell's impatient moods overtake George Bell George Bell would fare badly. In almost any occupation requiring quick thinking, George Bell will succeed very well. But, it must not be monotonous work or George Bell will prove an utter failure. George Bell like change and variety, so that any job which takes George Bell up and down the country or to some far-flung outpost, will be suitable for George Bell George Bell will fare better as George Bell's own master than when working for somebody else. George Bell want to come and go when George Bell like and, to be able to do this, George Bell must be George Bell's own master.
George Bell's Finance horoscope
In matters of finance George Bell will be fortunate and will be likely to acquire considerable wealth. George Bell will be careful in speculation, investing George Bell's money in solid concerns and in building up industry and business. As a rule, George Bell will be more lucky in money matters than otherwise, having much given to George Bell and meeting great opportunities. If George Bell had to go into business George Bell would make a success of enterprises connected with the luxurious side of life more than any other, such things as the decorations of homes, millinery, dresses and flower shops, the catering of food, restaurants or hotels. George Bell's class of brain is of a very clever order but so quick and versatile that George Bell would tired easily of any routine or monotonous life.