The 4 Life Path
Natural Skill Set: Excellent management skills, common sense thinking, scientific approach, concentrated effort to achieve goals, determined, overcoming obstacles, careful planner, attention to detail, steadfast. With excessive 4 energy or negative application of 4 energy: Stubborn very fixed opinions, argumentative, slow to change when change is needed, caught up in detail, slow decision-making.
The 4 Presidents: John Tyler, Andrew Johnson, and Grover Cleveland
The 4 hasn't fared too well in providing great leaders, scoring only three Presidents. The latest and only notable, Grover Cleveland, serving in the late 19th century. .
Grover Cleveland - As a lawyer in Buffalo, Cleveland became notable for his single-minded concentration upon whatever task faced him.
Cleveland was the only President to serve two, nonconsecutive terms. After his first term, he was narrowly defeated by Benjamin Harrison , grandson of William Henry Harrison. Cleveland, in turn, defeated Harrison four years later.
As President, his dogged determination and abrupt manner, typical Life Path 4 traits, became obvious. Cleveland vigorously pursued a policy barring special favors to any economic group. He signed into law the Interstate Commerce Act, the first law attempting Federal regulation of the railroads. Regulation and control, more 4 tendencies, highlighted his term. Grover Cleveland was not one of the great presidents, but for courage, honesty, and patriotism he has never been surpassed.
Grover Cleveland's blunt and stubborn ways curtailed his popularity and probably explains why the "strictly business" Life Path 4 fails to deliver more good Presidents.