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Be fair and even­handed when assert­ing your au­thor­ity. While oth­ers may be push­ing for de­fin­i­tive ac­tion, you may dis­cover that sim­ply wait­ing out a sit­u­a­tion will achieve the de­sired re­sults.

Money isn’t ev­ery­thing, but it does make­life eas­ier. Youmay­wishto­fo­cu­son deeper, spir­i­tual en­deav­ors, but the mat­ters that will re­quire your clos­est at­ten­tion will in­volve the ma­te­rial world.

You will find the go­ing much eas­ier if you shut out dis­trac­tions. Tasks that you must ac­com­plish with oth­ers will run much more smoothly than usual. Fi­nances may come into ques­tion.

Don’t give in to your sen­si­tiv­i­ties or hide from a chal­lenge. Try­ing to outdo your peers may be coun­ter­pro­duc­tive. Team­work and co­op­er­a­tion are needed to get a job done.

Tried-and-true meth­ods work the best. Don’t beat your head against the wall try­ing to come up with an ab­stract so­lu­tion to a prob­lem when a sim­ple ap­proach will do the job. You and a loved one may be on the same wave­length.

Try­ing to buck the sys­tem or make changes may prove dif­fi­cult. You’ll have a far eas­ier time if you just fol­low the nor­mal pro­gram. Avoid the urge to take ac­tion when all that is re­quired is a lit­tle pa­tience.

Keep ex­pec­ta­tions within rea­son. You’re only set­ting your­self up for dis­ap­point­ment if you set the bar too high. Treat any ex­tra ben­e­fits you reap as a bonus. Keep in mind that a re­la­tion­ship is sup­posed to be fun. Com­mit to be non­com­mit­tal. Time and care­ful con­tem­pla­tion are re­quired be­fore reach­ing any im­por­tant de­ci­sions. Un­der no cir­cum­stances should you al­low your­self to be rushed into mak­ing a choice.

You don’t need to know ev­ery­thing. You may feel that some­one is keep­ing some­thing from you. You shouldn’t press the is­sue. Ac­cept oth­ers at face value and don’t try to read be­tween the lines.

There is no “I” in team. Of­fer help rather than crit­i­cism to get some­body mo­ti­vated. A group ef­fort re­quires work to­ward a com­mon goal, but that ef­fort may fail if some­one tries to take con­trol.

Con­nect the dots. You can find the an­swers that you seek by us­ing your pow­ers of de­duc­tion and a bit of sim­ple logic. Don’t al­low some­one to pres­sure you as your track record speaks for it­self.

Cast a vote for “None of the above.” Op­pos­ing fac­tions may be try­ing to pro­mote their causes. If nei­ther side ap­peals to you, there’s lit­tle point in com­mit­ting your­self. Put your per­sonal goals first. The next four to five weeks can be filled with op­por­tu­nity and suc­cess. This is an ex­cel­lent time to make im­por­tant de­ci­sions and changes. You can suc­cess­fully in­ter­view for a new job, change jobs or pur­sue a busi­ness ob­jec­tive if those are in your best in­ter­est. Your best qual­i­ties are at the fore­front, so you might even meet a new love in­ter­est or be will­ing to make a long term com­mit­ment with an ex­ist­ing hookup by mid-Oc­to­ber. Spread your wings and fly high un­til the end of the year. In Jan­uary you could be tempted to fol­low a wild goose on a chase.

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