Geng Metal is best visualized as raw metal or as a sharp, forceful sword or axe. Geng Metal is strong; it is generated deep inside the earth and is the most difficult material to handle. As it is a raw material, it must be formed and tempered by extensive knowledge and experience – much as a sword is forged and tempered through a lengthy manufacturing process of heating, drawing, and tempering to become a much-wanted masterpiece with its own individuality.
These individuals are tough and capable of withstanding a great deal of pressure. However, like with anything else in life, they can evolve in one of two directions: via rigorous training, pressure, and work, they can develop into an extremely effective instrument; alternatively, if they had an easy childhood, they might develop into extremely pampered and lazy individuals with low self-esteem.
Geng Metal individuals are one of the few elements that genuinely like pressure and obstacles, as this is how they develop themselves and get stronger and better.
When a Geng Metal person is refined, he or she achieves their goals in the same way that a sharp axe cuts through the wood: they choose a focal point and attack it with all their might. Once they’ve decided on a target, it’s pretty hard to ignore them, unless you want to be injured. They do not hesitate… they do not think… once they have made up their minds, they act swiftly and never think back.
On the other side, a less developed Geng Metal has goals and motivation and may waste time waiting for things to happen, but they never do, until they willingly submit to pressure in order to refine themselves and obtain that necessary sharp blade.
Geng Metal’s primary virtues are clarity, focus, and strategy. Without these, they become like a wild timber guy, swinging his axe around aimlessly, causing damage and injuring people.
Geng Metal refiners are brilliant thinkers and can make outstanding politicians, such as Margaret Thatcher (also known as The Iron Lady).
Geng Metal people are fiercely competitive; they thrive on challenges, they thrive on victory, and they despise defeat, but they rarely demonstrate this and will attempt to maintain their composure. Their self-confidence is inextricably linked to their success or failure.
Pride also plays a significant role in their decision-making; they want to ensure that their image remains high and undamaged, and hence dislike making mistakes. As a result, they enjoy self-control far more than they should, and as a result, they frequently appear stiff and reserved. This vanity can be their greatest weakness and impediment to development.
Metal in its ‘default’ state is cold, and while chilly, it is capable of tact and sensible behavior
Geng Metal leaders like to create their own management style, whether it works or not. Sometimes they do take advice but they do not like to be seen hand-holding, they have to keep the impression to others that they are independent. They like to feel and be exceptional in the way they manage things.
They like to run a business on their own, first because they like to be in control and second, the other people find it quite hard to work with Geng Metal. When they have some idea and decide to do it, they don’t like it to be challenged by others. Like an axe that is in position to cut, there is no going back, they will push the axe to the end until the wood is chopped in two.
. When they engage in combat and begin to heat up, their passions surface and frequently rage, which can sometimes cause them to lose their focus in the heat of battle, and if the fire becomes too intense, the metal will simply melt, losing its strength, and they will be eliminated from the game. It is critical for them to maintain their composure while acting, to maintain their strategy and focus, and to avoid allowing perceived ‘enemies’ to create heated situations.
Wealth & Work
Geng Metal individuals do not give close attention to details; they want to charge forward, and as a result, they frequently become careless. It’s beneficial for them to collaborate with those capable of handling the details of a work.
They can be stubborn at work and frequently tell others directly what is wrong with their job or project, but this is just because they want things to get done; yet, it irritates certain others and can result in confrontation.
Geng Metal is the most productive of all the metals — not in terms of output, but rather in terms of time spent working, doing, and being active. Geng Metal is similar to a knife or an axe in that its sole purpose is to cut; it serves no other purpose and is therefore useless unless it is utilized for cutting. Geng Metal must be led in order to be most effective and capable of prioritizing.
Concerning their employment, they can work in any field – as long as they are under constant pressure, they will be prepared to work effectively and feel good. Without tremendous pressure, they lack a sense of purpose; with intense pressure, they excel at developing any type of business or vocation.
Thus, education plays a critical role in their lives; school keeps them on track and strengthens them.
Geng Metal bosses enjoy developing their own managerial style, regardless of whether it works. They occasionally accept counsel, but they dislike being viewed as a dependent; they must maintain the appearance of independence to others. They enjoy the sensation of being outstanding in their management style.
They like to manage their businesses independently for two reasons: first, they enjoy being in control, and second, other people find it rather difficult to work with Geng Metal. When they have a concept and decide to act on it, they dislike being confronted by others. As with an axe in position to cut, they will press the axe to the end until the wood is chopped in half.
Geng Metal’s relationship with money is similar to their relationship with everything else; they have a tendency to do things in the opposite direction of what everyone else is doing. This is a double-edged sword for them, as, without the necessary abilities and ideas, this attitude can easily backfire on them.
It truly depends on whether they are refined metal, honed through years of knowledge and training, or raw, inexperienced metal that enjoys risky games.
The primary hindrance to Geng Metal finding success in life is the lack of a definite objective. This is critical information for them. Thus, it is critical for Geng Metal to have substantial pressure from a young age, a wealth of education, a wealth of problems, and a wealth of experience. This type of pressure will help them define their goals early in life and will make them more focused and direct.
For them, the key is to enter business with the appropriate mindset and the ability to regulate any fire, which, if overwhelming, can be extremely destructive. It is critical for Geng Metal individuals to examine their chart and determine how much fire they have and whether they can control it – or whether it controls them and eventually destroys them.
Thus, a Geng Metal that is not under intense strain during its formative years is extremely likely to grow slothful, disoriented, and thus unhappy. The issue is that as they age, it becomes considerably more difficult for them to change the way things are; it takes significantly more intense heat to reconstruct the old, rusty metal. As a result, their formative years are critical to their future success.
One of Geng Metal’s most defining traits is their dedication to friends; they are simply always there for them, especially if the friendship dates all the way back to their infancy. They exhibit little emotion, yet are constantly prepared to leap into action to defend or assist without hesitation.
Due to their high level of loyalty, people naturally demand the same from their friends and lovers. If you injure Geng Metal, the wound is severe and they are not easily forgotten.
People are frequently shocked by how readily Geng Metal creates enemies, given their welcoming attitude. This is especially evident at work when Geng Metal may view others as competitors and may readily engage in harsh battles with them in order to claim the spoils of any business struggle. After all, business is filthy, and Geng Metal enjoys nothing more than cutting away at the dirt and cleaning it up – and believes that this is the finest way to do it for any task.
Additionally, because metal is associated with law, Geng Metal signifies justice, and they despise injustice and will battle to the death to assist friends in distress or the poor, weak underdogs in general. Thus, they resemble those old-fashioned Robin Hood types – or the three musketeers – with their all-for-one-and-one-for-all ethos, always ready to take a stand and safeguard villages from bad men. If they witness injustice and do nothing, they frequently feel awful afterward. On the other side, if they react too fast and harshly, they risk escalating confrontation, and their shoot first, ask questions later approach may result in their misjudging the scenario and shooting the good man!