Baltimore Sun - - ENTERTAINMENT - 21-April 19 20-May 20 21-June 20 21-July 22 23-Aug. 22 23-Sept. 22 23-Oct. 22 23-Nov. 21 22-Dec. 21 22-Jan. 19 20-Feb. 18 19-March 20 — Tri­bune Me­dia Ser­vices

Re­main con­sis­tent. Mak­ing al­ter­ations in your tac­tics can cre­ate prob­lems. As­sume that plans are set in gran­ite and that they will be im­per­vi­ous to change. You may be forced to ac­cept things as they are.

You can use knowl­edge with ninja-like busi­ness tac­tics. You can hit the bull’s eye if you fol­low through on ev­ery in­spired op­por­tu­nity. Roll up your shirt sleeves and work dili­gently to achieve a wor­thy goal.

The rigid tree breaks in the wind. Yield to pres­sure from friends or part­ners. You might feel that do­ing so com­pro­mises your prin­ci­ples. How­ever, this is not a good time to start a fight or make a stand.

It isn’t pos­si­ble to please ev­ery­one. Your best ef­forts may bring the scorn of an as­so­ci­ate, but this does not mean that your work is with­out value. Don’t get dis­cour­aged; stick to your orig­i­nal plan.

It’s a dirty job, but some­body has to do it. You could dread a task, but see­ing it through will give you a sense of sat­is­fac­tion de­spite lit­tle ap­pre­ci­a­tion from oth­ers. Be­ing hon­est con­quers doubts, but bend­ing the truth causes sus­pi­cion.

Demon­strate a level head by be­ing on the level. Be sin­cere and put your good man­ners to good use to sidestep po­ten­tially volatile is­sues. Don’t ask for any fa­vors, but don’t hes­i­tate to per­form a few for oth­ers.

Be a stick­ler about eti­quette. Per­form the tra­di­tional cer­e­monies that grease the wheels of so­cial in­ter­ac­tion. No one will crit­i­cize you for spend­ing a few ex­tra min­utes on ex­chang­ing the nec­es­sary niceties. Spend time alone and sort truth from fic­tion. You may be fas­ci­nated by mys­ter- ies or en­thralled by glam­orous fan­tasies. Take notes for later use. Don’t for­get to pay your bills on time and bal­ance the check­book.

Look for­ward, not back­ward. Is­sues from the past might pop up again to waste your time or cause fric­tion with an au­thor­ity fig­ure. Mak­ing changes to your bank ac­count or pay­ment plan can cause prob­lems.

Work hard, but work smart. Try to stream­line nec­es­sary ev­ery­day rou­tines so that you have more time for plea­sures. Re­main alert for emerg­ing rules and reg­u­la­tions that may af­fect your pro­fes­sion or job out­look.

Fo­cus on co­op­er­at­ing with oth­ers. If you work hard to ap­pear sin­cere and hon­est, peo­ple are likely to trust you with sen­si­tive in­for­ma­tion. Fol­low through to the best of your abil­ity de­spite crit­i­cism and neg­a­tiv­ity.

A house di­vided against it­self can­not stand. A loved one might need to honor an obli­ga­tion, but that might leave you feel­ing ne­glected or con­fused. Don’t let ne­ces­si­ties drive a wedge be­tween you and some­one else. You should ex­pe­ri­ence good vi­bra­tions through­out the up­com­ing four to six weeks, even if no beach boys are in sight. You may be more sen­si­tive and com­pas­sion­ate to­ward oth­ers be­tween now and the end of the year. You will find it easy to be kind to loved ones or to share your suc­cess with those who help you along. Life takes a def­i­nite turn up­ward by early Novem­ber. Any ma­jor un­der­tak­ing started then is go­ing to be a sure­fire suc­cess. You should have am­ple op­por­tu­ni­ties to im­prove your sit­u­a­tion and re­ceive recog­ni­tion for your lead­er­ship abil­i­ties. Steer clear of ro­man­tic en­tan­gle­ments in late Novem­ber, how­ever, as you may be pro­ject­ing a fan­tasy onto some­one who is not quite as an­gelic as he or she seems.

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