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8 Personality Traits That Set Capricorns Apart From The Other Signs

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According to many astrologists, a person's zodiac sign can reveal a lot about their personality and physical traits. Whether you believe it or not, it's fun to always read about the traits attached to individuals born under a specific sign.

Since we're currently in Capricorn season (it runs between December 22- January 19), it only makes sense to look into what sets people born under this Earth sign apart from the rest.

Represented by the mountain goat, Capricorns embody some fantastic traits which makes them some of the most respected and successful individuals. Famous Capricorns include Kate Middleton, Denzel Washington, Ellen DeGeneres, Kate Moss, Michelle Obama, and Betty White.

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Here are 8 traits that will help you understand Capricorns better:

1. They're really strong and stubborn

I'm talking about mental and emotional strength rather than physical. Capricorns persist through personal hardships and will not give up until the task at hand is completed to the best of their abilities.

2. They're extremely cautious

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People born under this sign proceed through life with extreme caution. They often take great care in maintaining a proper public image, and rarely make a fool of themselves. They're good judge of character, but this also means it takes time for a Capricorn to trust others. However, when they do, they're the most loyal. The downside to their overly cautious nature is that sometimes it can lead them to prevaricate and  go round in circles, especially when it come to making big life decisions.

3. They are steady and hardworking

Capricorns are overachievers and this is largely because of their highly ambitious nature. They're some of the most dependable people because a) failure is not an option, and b) leaving an unfinished task behind is seen as weakness for Caps. These individuals live for the thrill of a challenge, both personal and professional.

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