Too much of a good thing is simply too much. Even your favorite people have a tendency to encourage your reckless abandon. Restrain your penchant for adventure and avoid making extravagant promises.
Anything worth having is worth waiting for. Wait a few days to commit to a new project or to answer a proposal. You might go along with an idea or offer just to maintain the peace and to be viewed as agreeable.
Eggs that haven’t hatched can’t be counted. You may anticipate achieving a goal that has little likelihood of attainment. Your best bet is to remain businesslike and keep yourself firmly anchored to facts.
Tread water even if the choice is to sink or swim. It is hard to rest when immersed in the social swim. Since you can be pulled so many ways by demands on your time and patience, it is best to hold off on major decisions.
You can’t move forward when you are spinning your wheels. There is a tendency to become involved in things that take time and effort but have little chance of success. Put business decisions on the back burner.
Sit on your hands or keep them busy doing something worthwhile. Ignore an urge to make a crucial purchase, initiate a major change or to start something new. Wait out a brief period of discontent and restlessness.
It is best to hold still when you are between a rock and a hard place. That rock might pin you more tightly if you force the issue. Likewise, remain calm and avoid fighting a personal situation that has you pinned down.
Soul-searching and time will show whether you are on a wild-goose chase or on the right track. Get ahead by enjoying fellowship with like-minded individuals. Avoid making drastic changes or decisions.
Think before you act. The person who scores a basket every time on the court most likely practiced the necessary moves mentally before attempting them physically. Keep your pennies in the piggy bank.
Fight off an urge to dominate a conversation. Avoid becoming captivated by the sense that you must be in charge of financial resources. You may become obsessed by things that aren’t in your best interest.
There may be people willing to follow your valuable idea through to completion, but this isn’t a good time to initiate a project. Deal with existing commitments. Make no irrevocable business or financial decisions.
Take it one step at a time. You have met someone with the potential to become a best friend, but you need more time to thoroughly test the waters. Put decision-making and commitments on the back burner. For the next seven to eight weeks, and especially in early November, life will seem more rewarding and you may feel a sense of contentment. Your judgment is enhanced, so this is an excellent time to put plans into motion or to make crucial changes and decisions. December and early January is an ideal time to gather inspirational material for a creative project or to simply relax on a vacation. During the second half of January you can show off shrewdness when you deal with finances and business affairs.