The September 20th Personality - The Day of The Manager
Those born on September 20 are convinced of their ability to manage almost any situation. They are greatly concerned with the interests of their group, and will go to any degree possible to insure the harmonious running of the projects in which they are involved. Both women and men born on this day know that running a tight ship financially can guarantee many benefits, and consequently they tend to be adept not only at earning money but at making good buys and shrewd.
When things go wrong, September 20 people have great faith in their capacity to repair or heal. Healing for them may mean anything from patching up quarrels to actually helping a loved one get well using means ranging from prayer to traditional arts and massage.
September 20 people usually display sound judgment but must also avoid being overconfident or blind concerning their ability to recognize the truth of any given situation. The crucial point is whether they are capable of acknowledging that they have made mistakes. Those September 20 people who can learn from their errors and begin anew will grow enormously in stature. Those who can’t are destined to encounter repeated difficulties, most of their own making.
September 20 people often allow their emotions to run away with them, particularly when it comes to matters of love. Seized with a passion for another person, they can throw caution to the winds and ultimately cause great grief to all involved. If, however, they are able to exercise both patience and restraint, they are much more likely to be rewarded.
The best mates for them can tend to be those who share similar interests, perhaps even the same field of endeavor. It is not at all uncommon for those born on this day to become working partners with their mates and to achieve success with them in business ventures, research projects or artistic endeavors.
STRENGTHS: Organized, Shrewd, Observant
WEAKNESSES: Overconfident, Overemotional, Inflated
Some Notable September 20th Birthdays: Sophia Loren. Debbi Morgan, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Gary Cole, Kristen Johnston, Deborah Roberts, Upton Sinclair, Jelly Roll Morton, Moon Bloodgood, Anne Meara, Clarice Taylor, Red Auerbach, Van Jones, Gunnar & Matthew Nelson, Victoria Dillard, Frances Heflin.
Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays by Gary Goldschneider