Wilmslow Express - - YOUR STARS -

IT gives you great plea­sure shar­ing your knowl­edge with any­body who will stay still long enough.

Even peo­ple who are re­luc­tant to learn will re­spond to your en­ergy and en­thu­si­asm. Don’t be sur­prised if your best friend or ro­man­tic part­ner seems re­sent­ful of this new job. Se­cretly, they’re afraid of com­ing sec­ond in your af­fec­tions. Do your best to as­sure them of your de­vo­tion. You’re a nat­u­ral leader, so it makes sense that you take such great plea­sure from your work.


recog­nised. It’s no won­der every­body wants to be on your team. In­stead of hav­ing great rev­er­ence for ti­tles, you pre­fer to fo­cus on peo­ple’s strengths.

This makes for a more hu­mane, pro­duc­tive work en­vi­ron­ment. Don’t worry if your meth­ods are no­ticed and copied by oth­ers.


WORK­ING with a part­ner will be re­ward­ing. You can fo­cus on the cre­ative as­pects of the job, while your friend should con­cen­trate on the prac­ti­cal el­e­ments.

To­gether, you’ll pro­duce some­thing that’s im­pres­sive and prof­itable.

This isn’t a good time to take fi­nan­cial risks. A cau­tious rel­a­tive may seem ridicu­lous to you, but their con­cerns are valid. It’s bet­ter to keep your money in an in­ter­est-bear­ing ac­count than gam­ble it away. When it comes to your hard earned cash, you should play it safe.


(Aug24/Sep23) WORK will be pro­duc­tive and re­ward­ing. You’re brim­ming with fan­tas­tic ideas. For­tu­nately, your em­ployer is re­cep­tive to th­ese sug­ges­tions.

Take this op­por­tu­nity to de­velop a prod­uct or ser­vice that is priced to­ward an of­ten ne­glected part of the com­mu­nity.

This con­cept will gen­er­ate lots of ex­cite­ment. Your fam­ily may not be es­pe­cially sup­port­ive. That’s be­cause they re­sent all the time you spend at the of­fice. It stands to rea­son you want to stay where you are ad­mired and ap­pre­ci­ated.


EN­TER­ING into a part­ner­ship will be a won­der­ful learn­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

Although their meth­ods are un­usual, you are ef­fec­tive. Once you get over your ini­tial scep­ti­cism, you’ll adopt th­ese ways and see an im­me­di­ate im­prove­ment in your out­put. Don’t be dis­cour­aged by those who think your ideas are im­prac­ti­cal. You have a spe­cial tal­ent for spin­ning straw into gold. Pur­sue an ex­cit­ing idea. When things go wrong, treat them as learn­ing ex­pe­ri­ences and keep mov­ing for­ward.

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