You have the strength and the determination to do whatever you want, whenever you want, but this isn’t always pretty for others in your life. You might think you have their best interests at heart (or not), but this may not be the whole picture. In 2014, it might be time to start listening to others around you and to think more about what they are feeling when you interact with them.
This isn’t to say you’re a negative person or that you’re the one that’s to blame for some relationship mishaps, but this is certainly a year when you will want to focus on being more patient with others in your life. Not everyone can meet your high expectations, and this doesn’t mean you should count them out.
Your career is better than ever in 2014, Leo. While nothing might change during this year, you can tell that things are going to be good. You might have a more stable year, a year when you’re not worrying about whether you’ll be next year. Or you might just find out that you’re going to be promoted in the coming years. All you need to know now is that you’re in the right place and everything is happening to help you.
The reason why you’re so good at work is that you’re willing to put in the effort needed to success. While you may not always want to put in the extra hours, and you might be vocal about the extra work, you also know that you’re going to get something in the end. Plus, you have a natural determination to help others, which is ideal in your field. This inner drive allows you to do more because you know it matters. Not everyone can say that about their work, Leo.
One of the troublesome characteristics of the Leo is that they can be a little less than patient with others. This is often because you’re going through something, and you need someone else to support you. But if you don’t tell anyone that anything’s wrong, they may take it as though you’re looking down on them. Speak up and you may repair a relationship snafu from last year.
You don’t always have to be the strong one or the one that has everything together. It’s perfectly okay for you to spend some time reaching out to others, and letting your guard down. When you hide the way you’re really feeling, some can take it as a sign that you don’t trust others to help you. Though this may not be the case (or it might be the truth), it’s not a great foundation for a relationship. Instead, try being a bit more vulnerable.
You’ve been diligent about taking care of your health in the past few years, which is great for your body. This, however, doesn’t mean you can take it easy and assume that everything will stay the way it is right now. One of the things you need to look at is your diet and exercise plan. Though you might be watching both and following both, think about how you might be cutting corners. If you’re stopping your workout early or you’re not eating enough to conserve calories, these ‘cheats’ will sneak up and do more damage than good.
Think about patient with your health as much as you need to be patient with others in your life. You need to be willing to be patient with yourself and with the things your body needs. At times, you might need to do more, more than you want to do. Though this might take time out of your day, it will also ensure that you’re getting more out of your life.
When you choose to breathe and to be patient with others, not only will you begin to understand what’s going on for them, but you will also get the support you need in your own personal struggles. You can have it all, just as you like, but it takes a bit more patience too.