Work Horoscope 2021 Leo
We’re guessing that you’ve never felt 100% happy with your jobs in life, Leo. No matter what, even if they’ve seemed like something that would be mildly fun, you’ve never really felt good and settled when it came to employment. 2021 is when it’s finally going to click in your head that: while jobs don’t have to be fun, they should give you a bit more personal satisfaction than they have. And once that’s set in your head, you’re going to pursue things this year with that goal in mind. It’s time for you to do what you love.
January is usually a dead time for jobs and employment. All the seasonal help is let go and businesses are recovering from the holidays. Not you, Leo. This is going to be the time where you hit the ground running. Even if no one is hiring around you and no jobs are posted, you’re going to go on the job hunt. Counterintuitive? Maybe, but think of it this way: there also won’t be so many people out there hunting for work. The field will be wide open for you to go hunt. Sure, it might be a bit sparse, but think of it as a practice session. You’re going to practice putting together a resume, writing cover letters, interviewing, and just looking for work in general. It’s a skill and one that requires some time and attention.
If you think we’re going to suggest you keep the process of looking for a new job going in February, you’re absolutely right, Leo. Time is wasting and you need to get started on that journey. You may not have a clear sense of how to approach it right now, but what’s important is that you DO start it and not let perfect be the enemy of good. Start talking to your friends and associates about what you’re looking for, even if you don’t have a clear sense of it. Whether you realize it or not, you’re going to be doing some honest to God networking. Look for someone you know to be of great assistance around the 3rd of February or so. This might not be someone who is even in the same line of work that you are, but they’ll have guidance and connections that can help you out greatly. Listen to what they say and follow up on any suggestions they have.
By early summer, you should have a few leads open to you, or at least possible leads. It’s okay if none of them are exactly what you have in mind for a career. What matters most is that you’ll have started creating some momentum for yourself. Now that you’ve had a bit of time to see what’s out there and what might be offered to you, this is the moment when you should take stock on what you want. It might seem odd to make that list of wants and dislikes after your search has begun, but think of it this way: you’ve spent the first part of the year doing very valuable research on this. Now it’s time to free associate. You’ve got some grand ideas that will hit you about a future career that will become extra clear to you in mid-June. Listen to those ideas and see what you can do to make them happen now. This is your mission through the rest of the year: six months of setting the groundwork for acquiring your dream job. It might not flower until a couple of years from now, but this foundational work is crucial.