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Think ahead with­out over­think­ing any­thing. You might be­come caught up in an un­nec­es­sary de­bate. Fo­cus on speed­ing up your tech­no­log­i­cal tools and stream­lin­ing your work­place.

Your ami­able ways could be tested by fric­tion. Some­one could be de­ter­mined to win at all costs and turn the ta­bles on you. Wait out a brief pe­riod of con­tro­versy be­fore mak­ing ir­rev­o­ca­ble de­ci­sions.

Keep your nose in your own business. Fo­cus on your own work­load, not on the af­fairs of others. Get­ting emo­tional over a sit­u­a­tion could skew your judg­ment or cause im­pul­sive­ness.

Adapt and over­come. Don’t let a sur­prise knock you for a loop. Un­ex­pected events could throw off your plans. If you can suc­cess­fully roll with the punches there will be lit­tle harm done.

It is bet­ter to be safe than sorry. Don’t lis­ten to the nag­ging voices that urge you to tell a lit­tle lie or fight with a loved one. This isn’t a good day to make key changes or sig­nif­i­cant credit pur­chases.

De­fen­sive­ness can turn into hos­til­ity. Rather than view­ing op­po­si­tion as an af­front, con­sider it a chal­lenge to be han­dled with care. Avoid mak­ing prom­ises or sign­ing cru­cial con­tracts.

You make a good me­di­a­tor when trou­ble erupts. It is wise to avoid sit­u­a­tions that re­quire you to take sides, as there could be some fall­out from feuds. Don’t put your cash on the line. Some peo­ple might think you are more tal­ented or fi­nan­cially sta­ble than you re­ally are. Don’t let a lit­tle flat­tery go to your head. Keep your wal­let in your pocket and plans on hold.

Be se­ri­ous about unim­por­tant mat­ters and light­hearted about the se­ri­ous things. Since this is a poor time to make life-al­ter­ing de­ci­sions, you might as well have a good time.

Wis­dom might mean know­ing how to make a point with­out mak­ing an en­emy. A cool head will pre­vail no mat­ter how tem­per­a­men­tal some­one may seem. Tem­pers could flare.

Fol­low the leader. Have faith that those in charge know what they are do­ing. Do what is ex­pected of you. This is not the time to rock the boat; stick to the orig­i­nal plan for op­ti­mum re­sults.

Be aware of the er­ror of your ways. You might re­sent hav­ing a mis­take pointed out. Main­tain your dig­nity and don’t let any­thing or any­one get un­der your skin. Side­step mis­un­der­stand­ings. The six to eight weeks ahead of­fer you am­ple op­por­tu­nity to im­prove your over­all well-be­ing through phys­i­cal ac­tiv­i­ties and a more en­thu­si­as­tic ap­proach to life. Some­one may of­fer their sup­port or their ad­vice in Oc­to­ber, so grab any op­por­tu­nity for ad­vance­ment that is of­fered. Lie low in De­cem­ber, when you may not feel up to han­dling re­spon­si­bil­i­ties or may be crit­i­cized for the small­est in­frac­tion of the rules. Don’t be too full of your­self in Jan­uary and Fe­bru­ary, when you could set off on a wild-goose chase or de­velop un­re­al­is­tic plans. The spring is a fine time to go af­ter a new job or ob­tain a prom­ise from an im­por­tant per­son.

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