Chinese horoscope: The Tiger
The Tiger (Those born in 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010)
The biggest problem we see with the Chinese 2013 horoscope for Tiger is their inability to use their powers for good. They are intense, passionate, and confident creatures and these are all positive attributes. The problem comes when Tigers let others convince them that these are actually negatives.
Remember that not everyone will like your personality. It is true that some will find you overbearing and believe that you are too intense.
The mistake you could make is to take this criticism too much to heart. The bottom line is this: if they do not like your personality, then they do not like it. It is not your problem, it is theirs. Do not change who you are to please someone else, because not only will they actually be in love with someone you are not, but eventually the truth will come out and you will lose them anyway.
The key to love according to the Chinese 2013 horoscope for Tiger is to be willing to go after only those who are a good match. You must be able to critically assess not just who you want but whether or not they are a good match for you. If they truly are, then use all your passion to show them what you have to offer. If they are not, or if they want you to relax and be someone else entirely, then move on to someone who is worth your time.
Of course the same advice does not hold well for work, because this year of the black Snake, you do have to work with a variety of personalities. It is not OK for you to constantly be insisting on your ideas being used exclusively, though that is what you will want to do.
The Chinese 2013 horoscope for Tiger shows us that there are some very real struggles coming your way in the workplace. There are two ways you can handle it.
Do not be afraid to walk away if it is not the right job for you. You know that you are powerful, strong, and capable and you will be able to find something else. That does not mean you should not be willing to compromise on certain things, but if you find that you are constantly demoralised because your brilliant ideas are not being put into practice, then do not be afraid to walk.
The other option is to win people over. The truth is that you are a very likeable person and people naturally flock to you – when you make it that way. Too often you simply come on aggressively, which can work in many situations, but does not always when it comes to work. In 2013, you will need to be willing to take a step back and let someone else call the shots on occasion.
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