You've got the ability, but don't slack off on the job during the first part of the week. Even if you can accomplish your usual workload with half the effort, use that extra time to get ahead or you'll come off as overconfident or lazy to the people in charge. If you don't respect yourself, how can you expect anyone else to give you the treatment you deserve on Thursday and Friday? Strike while the iron is hot over the weekend: Any second thoughts or hesitation will just hamper you. Collect on what someone owes you when you get the chance.
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