|Scorpio, the scorpion
Your 2008 keyword is scalability
Scorpio, your astrological position at work this year is that of high-priced consultant. Your single-minded passion for a particular aspect of technology provides you with the ability to demand big bucks. The challenge will be to reach out to the right audience.
Last year you may have been so involved in the details of the business at hand that you failed to see the big picture change around you. You will need to make some changes and extend yourself a bit if you want to dramatically increase your earning power. The potential is there.
You will learn the most from people outside your immediate profession. It is to your advantage to join groups or attend events where you can learn more about how your job relates to the industry as a whole. In 2007 you demonstrated the ability to see things from other people’s point of view in your personal life. Now is the time to maximize use of that talent in your professional life.
Your success in 2008 depends upon understanding what others need. This may be difficult, because you secretly wish everyone would just go away and let you get on with your work. If you want monetary compensation, however, you’ll need to demonstrate work habits that shout competence. If you decide not to play by the world’s rules, expect little in the way of financial compensation.
Even if you are simply content to do your job and have no desire to go after the almighty dollar, you will feel the need to enrich your soul this year. Look for places where you can speak. Volunteer to lead a conference session or become an organizer for an online forum. You need to feel appreciated and you have many gifts to offer others. Make the effort to pay it forward. You’ll be glad you did.
Your keyword for 2008 is scalability. Yes, you can continue your narrow focus and maintain the status quo, but you also have the chance to scale things out and reap incredible rewards, both monetary and personal. No other sign has the ability to make such a dramatic change in their professional life. The decision to remain in the small pond or move on up to the big one is totally up to you.