At this point in your career, you’ve probably realized that the better you are at managing work relationships, the more successful you can be and the more you’ll enjoy the hours you have to spend at the workplace. Here’s your guide to using the energy of the planets this week to help you navigate any office politics that may arise. Have an empowering week!
1. Confidently share wild ideas.
Monday’s Moon-Node link brings positive support for forward thinkers. Seeing the big picture means sharing your vision for the future. Boldness helps create success now, so don’t be shy about taking charge.
2. Disagree diplomatically.
Differences of opinions are likely under Tuesday’s tricky Moon-Venus influence, so if you encounter resistance to your efforts, don’t take it personally. Another’s perspective represents a learning opportunity, but you’ll need to be confident in your own abilities to recognize that. Accepting that teamwork also means compromise is key to smooth sailing this week.
3. Know your own power.
Remember, it’s office politics and means much less than the dramas you might experience in love or with family. Put controlling co-workers into perspective, at least in your own mind. Wednesday’s Moon-Pluto connection reveals that honesty is key when dealing with difficult colleagues. The truth might hurt, but it also sets everyone free. Harnessing your own power helps you shine rather than worrying about what others think.
4. Daydreaming inspires creative ideas.
Some the most successful, creative companies respect the power of daydreaming. A walk outside, physical activity or catching up with a friend allow your creative mind to work unconsciously. If you get disillusioned midweek, the Mercury-Neptune link suggests that relaxation is key to coming up with innovative ideas.
5. Stay authentic.
Saturday’s Sun-Jupiter link encourages the pursuit of inspiring work. If your job doesn’t make your heart sing, it’s time to explore greener pastures. The choice between stability and satisfaction looms large, and only you know which option is right for you. Just be clear about why you’re doing what you’re doing, and how it fits into your long-term plans.