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Today's leadership horoscope

If you've got 10 or more business cards on you right now, your sign is the Rolodex.
Count the number of bullet points in that PowerPoint presentation you've scheduled for noon, and subtract from that the actual number of total slides. The remainder is roughly how many people are going to be bored stiff by the time you get halfway through. Time to tighten up!

If you've got 1-9 business cards on you right now, your sign is the Frequent Flyer Mile.
Today is the one day a year the stars will allow you a guilt-free ego surf of the Internet for your name. And if you don't have 25% more Google results than you did last year, take that as a sign to get more aggressive with your career. (Getting on reality TV may seem like an easy fix, but avoid it.)

If you've got no business cards on you right now, your sign is the Gold-plated Pen.
Try taking a walk with someone today to discuss business rather than sitting down with them. Going for a walk represents a rare and impressive commitment of attention that lingers in the memory. The stars remind you that "going for a walk with someone" doesn't mean carrying a bag of golf clubs and traveling exactly 18 holes.

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