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You're good with a crowd. You know how to tell jokes, shake hands and remember names. Today you'll very likely be doing all three. Even if it feels harder than it looks, it's good to put yourself out there. Don't overstrain yourself, though. Just go out there and trust your natural abilities. You might be surprised at how much easier it can be when you don't really make an effort. Some things, you know, are like that!
Are you giving a career-changing lecture on the history of medical uses of the pedicure for the International Medical History Institute for Feet and Toes? Or are you circulating in front of the fried foods at a business lunch buffet? Either way, you are making waves. The folks who don't know you yet are going to be as impressed as the folks who already know you, and all that praise spells big things for your future. So put on an extra-nifty shirt and floss your teeth. Get ready to shine!
Follow-through isn't just for golf. But you knew that already, at least when it comes to work. You might find that follow-through makes all the difference in love too. There's certainly not a whole lot of resistance on their part (they might even be downright into you). So make sure to let them know you're still interested, and you could see a whole lot change. You might not even need to say anything -- sometimes you'll find that a single, powerful stroke is the best follow-through out there.
You've been itching to take a trip. You've been dreaming of jungles, daydreaming of waterfalls, fantasizing about beach umbrellas, lingering over thought of tan lines and, in general, mentally preparing yourself for adventure. But first you have to wrap a few things up at the office. As much as the siren call of 'come, come with your surfboard, we are the waves and we are waiting for you...' might distract you, power through. Then call up your travel agent!
Have you just had the best possible idea of all time (perhaps) for how to promote your family-owned and -run veterinary clinic? Does it involve donning a cat suit and talking to executives at children's television programs? Or is it more of a sketch to invite the cameras into the clinic for a kind of real-world animal TV series? Whatever your idea is, it's great. And your instincts about how to get it going are right on. So put on that cat suit, already!
Here are the steps being fulfilled in your work. First, have a great idea. Second, implement it. Of course, there are lots of in-between things: Considering your idea, weighing it against other ideas (yours and other people's), researching whether or not it is really a good idea, gathering more information, telling the people you need to tell, selling it to the folks you need to sell it to. Getting the resources and making sure you have an adequate team could also be important steps, depending on what kind of idea it is.
So what's happening in your love life? Give it a little thought. What do you have? What do you want? While you're posing your most innermost of innermost selves these questions, you might notice something. Maybe it's the spring sun shining through the spring storm clouds. Maybe it's beaming down on the itsy bitsy flowers poking their heads out of the earth. Maybe it's a scent in the air. Whatever tips you off, your hunch is right: It's a time for new beginnings.
If you're invited to a fancy dress ball tonight, dress fancy and go, whether or not you have a partner. (If you don't, chances are you will by the end of the fancy dress ball). Today is a good day for you to get out in public and show yourself. It will remind you, for one thing, just how much stuff you've got. And it will introduce you (and your stuff) to a few new admirers.
You're a problem solver on your least work-oriented days. Right now, you're work-oriented, to put it mildly. You're focused, like a laser beam. You're locked in a tough hold like a member of the wrestling team. You're going to tackle any and all problems, important and trivial, that come your way. There's no problem too intense, no problem too tiny, for your talents. By the end of the day you feel good. And you should! You've really flexed your problem-solving muscles!
You love to get out there and do your thing in full view of an appreciative audience. It's especially nice when it's an audience with expertise -- a group of people who know just how good you are. So, whether you're running a 'How To Be Funny With a Stool as Your Only Prop' workshop for an international gathering of clowns, or you're demonstrating the perfect cravat fold for a group of elite butlers and/or cravat-wearing men of leisure, you're having a good time of it.
This is a good time to get started with a little maintenance work. Think of your life as a swimming pool. Sure, it looks great now, but if you don't keep track of the chlorine levels every single day, you could find yourself with a green, murky lagoon on your hands. And what about cracks in the cement? Remember that adage: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
If you're deep in the woods, it can be hard to tell how far it is to the next clearing. Are those trees blocking your view? On the plus side (and you're someone who sees the positive in nearly everything) the trees are really lovely. You feel like you're a million miles from civilization, and you can think all kinds of new thoughts. Also, sometimes it's nice not to know exactly where you are.