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Loy­alty is a re­al­ity. You may dis­cover some­thing new and feel an urge to break away from the crowd. Chang­ing your rou­tines or break­ing away from a loved one could be­come a draw­back in the long run.

Words are only as good as the source. Lo­cate men­tors who have an ad­mirable track record or are rec­og­nized in some way with suc­cess. Gain ground by be­ing fo­cused on achiev­ing your ca­reer as­pi­ra­tions.

You are what you think. Your ideas could have great value in the fu­ture, so keep a notepad handy and jot down your thoughts. You could be filled with in­sights that help you un­der­stand the mo­ti­va­tions of oth­ers.

You gain ground when you gain trust. An abil­ity to ap­pear trust­wor­thy and re­li­able at­tracts the kind of peo­ple who are also trust­wor­thy and re­li­able. A mirror re­flects the im­age it sees.

Get on your mark and get ready. Com­plete cru­cial pa­per­work and re­turn phone calls and email mes­sages early in the day. It is pos­si­ble that a so­cial event or a ro­man­tic out­ing will live up to your high ex­pec­ta­tions.

Pan for gold. Sift through the rub­ble un­til all that is left is the very best. Deep think­ing might be a chal­lenge due to a busy sched­ule, but if you dig down far enough you will un­cover some­thing of value.

Im­por­tant re­la­tion­ships re­quire your un­di­vided at­ten­tion, de­spite un­ex­pected in­ter­rup­tions. You may pre­fer to go along with the crowd on im­por­tant de­ci­sions. Get agree­ments in writ­ing to pre­vent mis­un­der­stand­ings. Pon­der the pos­si­bil­i­ties rather than the prob­lems. You can plod along with­out chang­ing or you can look at life as though it was a huge present that you can un­wrap to find a unique sur­prise tucked in­side.

Ap­proval is ac­cru­ing. Like in­ter­est paid on a sav­ings ac­count, every lit­tle vic­tory, no mat­ter how small, adds to your con­fi­dence. A heart-to-heart talk could lead to a higher level of mu­tual un­der­stand­ing.

Take ad­vice with a healthy dose of salt. This isn’t the time to throw cau­tion to the winds. It is wise to be skep­ti­cal of of­fers, op­por­tu­ni­ties and prom­ises if there are good in­ten­tions but an ob­vi­ous in­abil­ity to per­form.

Some busi­ness or fi­nan­cial mat­ters might shift at the last mo­ment and put you in a quandary. Weigh your de­ci­sions in fa­vor of what­ever makes you happy. It is al­ways smart to do what you are hap­pi­est do­ing.

Key de­ci­sions are on the ta­ble. It is the time to make a com­mit­ment. The sooner you act, us­ing wis­dom and sound judg­ment, the bet­ter. Your pop­u­lar­ity is on the up­swing and new con­nec­tions may be worth­while. Dur­ing the next six to eight weeks you must be con­sci­en­tious and avoid crit­i­cism from your su­pe­ri­ors. Ex­tra re­spon­si­bil­i­ties that you are un­able to avoid may be placed on your shoul­ders, but avoid vol­un­tar­ily tak­ing on ad­di­tional debt loads. Your shrewd­ness and busi­ness sense are at their best in Novem­ber, so use this time to tackle fi­nan­cial ar­range­ments and busi­ness de­tails. Get an­nual va­ca­tions out of the way in Novem­ber or early De­cem­ber, while your ca­pac­ity for en­joy­ment is at a high level. Next March you may shine and your pop­u­lar­ity could hit a peak. That is a good time to im­press a new em­ployer or to meet a new ro­man­tic part­ner.

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