Everyone has a personal checklist regarding what they look for in a leader. Most people would agree that an effective leader is someone who gains immediate, essential respect from others and knows how to convey themselves in ways that inspire. Even if you already possess such an ability, the cosmos is supporting your ability to do so. Don't underestimate how powerfully inspiring and motivational your words can be now.
Misery loves company. Negative people love nothing more than knowing others share their pessimistic attitudes or views. They also love knowing they've managed to persuade others to convert to The Dark Side. You probably won't struggle to identify such people in your world now. Whether or not you allow them to persuade you to share their contrary or gloomy views will be entirely up to you. Choose to be a positive influence, and that's what you'll be.
Your desire for control could be strong. Your keenness to manage situations or people could reach a frustrating level if you don't curtail it. It would be helpful to confirm why you feel such a strong need to steer anything or anyone now. If this involves a lack of trust, then that's a separate issue that needs addressing. In what way do you feel you're at risk of being let down? Others will probably do a better job of it if you'd involve yourself less and trust them more.
Ideas in more than one area of your world could arrive thick and fast, so try not to let any get caught up in complex mental filtering processes. Allow ideas to emerge without scrutinizing them too closely. The same applies to keeping some to yourself that you believe will be met with negative responses. You have much to contribute to any group discussions now, and one or two others might be keener than they appear to be to hear your thoughts on certain matters.
As a list of obligations grows in length or complexity, you might resign yourself to having to placate everyone else in your world except you. Although pressure might be increasing to serve others in more than one way, the cosmos appears keen to ensure you're rewarded with the freedom to focus on your own needs shortly. This demanding period will ease soon, so start creating your list of what you want to focus on for yourself.
'If someone offers you an amazing opportunity and you're not sure you can do it, say yes - then learn how to do it later.' You might want to bear in mind those words from Richard Branson at this time. Your confidence, especially with career matters, might be low but you're wise to disguise this. If you act confidently and as if you know precisely what you're doing, then you're likely to attract more respect and responsibilities. 'Faking it' until you 'make it' could work in your favor.
You could be your harshest critic at this time. Where you might believe you're struggling to be seen as competent in a certain way, you could be seen as very able. Where you might believe you're a less than positive influence in others' worlds, you could be the perfect ray of sunshine they need. Just be yourself. Don't go changing to please anyone because you could be seen much more favorably and positively than you believe you are.
True leaders rarely have to shout. They emit an air of quiet confidence that attracts and inspires others. It's the way you tackle something calmly and diligently that brings the best result now. Where others might lose self-control, you're blessed with plenty of it. Even if you fail to impress them with this ability, you'll impress yourself with your ability to control actions and feelings.
Is your way of doing something the 'right' way? If it feels right to you, then you can trust it is. Of course, there will always be one or two people who scratch their heads at your methodology but don't believe you must stop what you're doing to explain or justify this. Do something differently or unusually. Remember that unusual people tend to achieve unusual results.
Some big pieces of certain plans could start to fall in place, now or shortly. Unfortunately, it could become clear that some processes cannot be rushed and trying to push or force certain results only leaves you feeling stressed and frustrated. Focus instead on what you know you can fix and leave, for the time being, what you know you can't. Welcome the deserved feeling of pride that comes from clearing a lengthy To Do List by dividing your time sensibly and realistically.
There could be something powerfully intriguing about what's unknown in an area of your world. Although you might need to ensure excitement doesn't transform into anxiety, a risk could appear tantalizing. However, you might need to ensure you've assessed properly and thoroughly what will be needed from you to take it. It might demand more from you physically, emotionally or financially than you believe it will.
Is it better to say too much than too little? On this occasion, it might be helpful to say a bit more than is necessary if doing so ensures you leave one or two others in no doubt about how you feel. As helpful as it would be to rely on them to trust their instincts about this, there appears to be something you must spell out with crystal clarity. This could be important enough to reiterate certain points, so you and others know precisely where you stand.