JOHN McAFEE

Has JOHN McAFEE, founder and innovator of McAfee Security Systems, born on September 18, 1945 [same month and day as LANCE ARMSTRONG], gone crackers. Not likely. There aren’t many “crackers” numbers in his chart and, in fact, moreover they show the possibility that he is cunning, calculating, controlling, manipulative, and likely quite enamored with the caricature of himself that he manifested over the past few years for his own self-serving desires and purposes.  It appears, however, that he “got too smart for his own breeches” [another apropos expression from the olden days 🙂 ].  Ultimately, his future numbers show that if he makes it to age 72 [he’s currently 67] which is iffy, he might actually make a comeback and reign high again until his late 80s. Albeit, at this time he faces the greatest challenges he has ever faced. From a compassionate standpoint, I’d say he could use some...

PRESIDENT & CEO OF YAHOO, MARISSA MAYER

MARISSA MAYER was born on May 30, 1975. She was just hired as President and CEO of Yahoo and she definitely has the “top gun” numbers to handle that prestigious position. In order to make it to that elevated level in her career, she most likely gravitates to the linear side of her numbers which would make her inclined to be a meticulous, precision-oriented [everything in its place and a place for everything] disciplinarian of herself and, judging from the news reports, others as well – – namely, all the employees at Yahoo.   Currently she has the number 28 in her chart in a significant position. I call that the “muddy ground” number because it will give her the feeling that she doesn’t have a firm foothold. That influence stays in until she is 41 (she’s now 37).   I’m wholly impressed with her rise to such a prominent position, however, the numbers show that she is going to have a tumultuous time of it and likely will not hold that position for more than two to three years.   I conjecture the problem will be her inability to think she’s wrong when she makes decisions that affect everyone at Yahoo. Her perspective can come from “what worked for me should work for you” because of her stringently disciplined personality which helped to take her to that top rung. It appears, however, that she will learn that her ways and means may not work in an environment that has been more free-wheeling which seems to be the mode of high tech businesses these days.  My main reason for...