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Cancer for July 

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Cancer (June 21-July 22)

This month and for the next few months, diligently apply yourself to enhancing your income. The key to doing so will be understanding the value of your work, your time and your intelligence, and connecting that with opportunities that seem to be waiting for you. What may surprise you, however, is how direct you need to be to materialize things. By direct, I mean having clear intentions, which you put into clear ideas, and then speak to others directly. This may seem confrontational to you, and in a way any clear transaction is—even if it's also amicable. I suggest you err on the side of being forward and stating your terms quickly. But this will only work if you're absolutely self-assured of what you're doing and its actual worth to others. This you must estimate carefully; and know your facts. Do not guess. Work out your reasoning carefully and be ready to answer questions. You may never need to reveal any background data, though it will boost your confidence to know exactly where you're coming from. In order to really succeed, your efforts need to be scalable. Part of what you'll be learning is how to get results that are, at first, in proportion to your efforts, then which exceed your efforts. You may have qualms about the concept of profit; if so, I suggest you let go of them promptly.

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