You need to set your sights higher. When I say need, I mean it's actually a matter of necessity: Commit to something more challenging, demanding more of your personal resources, experience, and talent. I see you involved in something visible that makes a difference in the world. Yet doing something challenging means encountering challenges. They may seem like they're worldly in nature—involving your circumstances. In truth, all the territory you're covering is personal. You're being called to some new and potentially unexpected form of leadership, one that you've known for a while you were aspiring to in theory. This month, you go from theory to action. Action means taking charge, staying grounded, and bringing both a dynamic, even dramatic quality to what you're doing at the same time you call forth your deepest maturity. As you know, maturity is useless unless it's put to good use, and this is the order of the moment. As you see the rewards of this way of doing things, I suggest you reinvest them rather than take them as profits. What you need more than anything is momentum toward a tangible goal. Part of that quality is bringing yourself fully into what you're doing, creating, and expressing—and every inner challenge you overcome will get you one step closer to that spot.