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The higher the stakes, the faster you must pedal. In your rush to get ahead you could ac­ci­den­tally of­fend some­one. Your fast think­ing, how­ever, is very use­ful when you deal with tech­nol­ogy, com­put­ers and the in­ter­net.

Re­main con­fi­dent in your com­pe­tence. Show oth­ers that you know how to do your job and can act in a re­spon­si­ble man­ner. If you take time to pri­or­i­tize and or­ga­nize your work in ad­vance, a task will be eas­ier to com­plete.

Don’t turn a dilemma into a duel. If things are go­ing smoothly there is no rea­son to rock the boat. You must fight off the urge to ar­gue with the boss, to make un­needed pur­chases or add to un­nec­es­sary fi­nan­cial obli­ga­tions.

When you are stuck at the traf­fic sig­nal you al­ways re­main alert for the green light. Take ad­van­tage of new ideas, tech­nolo­gies and in­sights that can help you be­come more ef­fi­cient, hap­pier and more pros­per­ous.

Tell it like it is. Pow­er­ful friends or al­lies may of­fer sup­port when you dis­cuss your hopes and dreams. Speak your mind and per­suade oth­ers to join you as you can put your point across in group set­tings.

Self-dis­ci­pline is not the same as self-de­nial. You may be over­whelmed by se­ri­ous thoughts, but some­one will lighten your mood. Don’t lash out at some­one who is abra­sive or in­dulges in mind­less chat­ter.

You may be en­gaged in an in­tense quest for self-im­prove­ment. Rear­rang­ing the fur­ni­ture or re­dec­o­rat­ing is fine as long as you re­al­ize that your tastes may change in the fu­ture. Avoid mak­ing dras­tic changes in the home. Ex­pe­ri­ence is of­ten the best teacher. You may have a wealth of prac­ti­cal knowl­edge about han­dling money and avoid­ing scams. Don’t dis­count your know-how if some­one tries to talk you into an in­vest­ment.

Some­one may show they care by be­ing friendly. True friend­ship can be gen­derneu­tral. You may meet some­one of ei­ther sex who has your best in­ter­ests at heart or shares your in­ter­est in new-age ideas.

When the go­ing gets tough, you can be re­lied upon to be the tough one and get things go­ing. You may be con­sid­ered to be some­one who isn’t com­pla­cent or smug. You might per­form your best un­der pres­sure.

Some peo­ple are never more right­eous than when they are in the wrong. In an ef­fort to teach some­one a lesson or give a jus­ti­fied come­up­pance you might in­ad­ver­tently cause an ar­gu­ment that has no easy way out.

Shove your doubts to one side. If you’ve learned your lesson well enough you will now know that an ab­sence of ev­i­dence is not ev­i­dence of ab­sence. Real love and af­fec­tion don’t need to spell it out in ev­ery way. You have plenty of en­ergy and en­thu­si­asm dur­ing the next four to five weeks. You may make many false starts, how­ever, if you move for­ward too quickly. You will be bet­ter equipped to con­cen­trate on ca­reer or busi­ness as­pi­ra­tions by the end of the year. Once you choose a path, be pre­pared to burn the can­dle at both ends, es­pe­cially in Jan­uary and Fe­bru­ary, when you have your great­est op­por­tu­ni­ties and great­est de­ter­mi­na­tion to at­tain ma­te­rial suc­cess. This might be an ex­cel­lent time to launch a new busi­ness or ma­jor in­vest­ment ac­tiv­i­ties. March might bring an op­por­tu­nity, but your busi­ness skills are at a low point. Ask for ad­vice from pro­fes­sion­als before mak­ing cru­cial changes.

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