Investor: Thrilling, Productive, Fifth Chakra, Creative
Investors like to enjoy their lives, relationships, money, and time. They understand that putting their time, money, and resources into something, (in other words, investing them), often yields favorable results. They know, in their bones, the relationship between risk and reward. Investors are often creative, inventive, productive, innovative, and even charming. They are often entrepreneurs because of all the natures, Investors are unfazed by the possibility of their venture failing; that is part of the risk-and-reward relationship. Investors are often able to create what they need to be successful.
When unaware of their nature, Investors can get so stuck in seeking the return on their investments that they make a mess of their lives. Investors can ruin relationships by approaching them as investments, expecting other people to behave a certain way because they, the Investor, have “put in” their time, money, or energy in some way. Some Investors get addicted to the thrill of the win when their investments pay off well, but they can sometimes risk too much and lose everything. For example, putting all their money into a business that fails or a too-good-to-be-true opportunity that really isn’t true at all.
Because Investors can become dysfunctional speculators without knowing they’re headed that way, it’s important to know their nature and prevent disaster. Instead of investing more time, energy, or money into businesses, relationships, financial strategies that don’t yield results or worse, are bottomless pits, an Investor may be better served employing different skills. An Investor will want and expect to be productive and creative all the time, but often they may need to rest, gather information, prepare, get educated in some way before it’s possible to get back into creative and productive mode. Sometimes Investors need to reach out and collaborate with others in order to reach a higher level of productivity they couldn’t reach alone.