Get a consultation on a decision on Monday, and be sure you actually consider and digest it -- it'll spur your thinking in a new direction. Then, around Tuesday and Wednesday, your gut instinct kicks in, and it's likely right on. A little research lets you back it up with meaningful facts and figures. At the end of the workweek, no challenge is too big and no task is too small -- you're a multitasking whiz and a high achiever. Work it. By the weekend, you may be revising goals or even contemplating a new career direction.
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