Carlos Ghosn has two things going for him, a 9 March birthday and the belief that "God is a Brazilian."
In 1985, when Ghosn was 30 years old, he was appointed chief operating officer (COO) of Michelin's South American operations. He returned to Rio de Janeiro, reporting directly to François Michelin, who tasked Ghosn with turning around the operation, which was unprofitable and struggling under Brazil's hyperinflation. Ghosn formed cross-functional management teams to determine best practices among the French, Brazilian, and other nationalities working in the South American division. The multicultural experience in Brazil formed the basis of his cross-cultural management style and emphasis on diversity as a core business asset. "You learn from diversity ... but you're comforted by commonality", Ghosn has said. The division returned to profitability in two years.
Anatomy of the March 9th Persona
Forbes:"the hardest-working man in the brutally competitive global car business"
The March 9th Card of AMBITION
The Need for Inspiration Karma Emotional Interference
"Embodied in your card, which traditionally has been identified as a symbol of death, is also the key to the mystery of life. Unfortunately, for the majority of those who are identified with this card, the mystical meaning of this symbol is lost. If you belong to this category, this card becomes a symbol of labor, and all too often you try to solve all your problems by the sweat of your brow or through questionable schemes. But, as you read these lines, realize that your card is also a symbol of spiritual wisdom, and as the life pattern portrayed in your card is not a particularly easy one, keep this in mind. It may help you cope with and transcend the many challenges which appear to be part of your destiny.
The Card of AMBITION: 'Self'' - Who We Truly Are
The March 9th 'March to their own drummer' crowd.
Yuri Gagarin (Soviet cosmonaut, first man in space),
Amerigo Vespucci (Italian navigator, Amazon discoverer, America namesake,
Leland Stanford (railroad builder, California governor, senator, founder of Stanford University),
Bobby Fischer (only US world champion chess grand-master),
Matteo Salvini: Leader of the Italian populist revolution.
Carlos Ghosn: a force to be reckoned with in the automobile industry on four continents got thrown in Japanese jail by promoting the merger of Renault & Nissan.