Keep a watchful eye over your playing field today. Don’t take action until you’re sure of what’s going on. Games are being played in different parts of the field and it will help you to stay above the fray and watch the movements before you try to engage those in the game.
Keep your advice to yourself. Apply it to your own play ground and let the others sort out their territory and turf for themselves. If you try to offer suggestions, you may find you’re giving your adversaries advice for taking over your play ground. So be careful you don’t give away what little you have.
Sometimes it’s much better to be a big fish in a little pond, than a little fish in someone else’s big pond. Be patient and take care of your own responsibilities. Your actions are being noticed. So don’t let others trick you into being a “team” player when you’re not even part of their team. They’re trying to manipulate you into the fight and use you as a pawn that can be easily sacrificed.
It might be hard to walk away. But you’re better off simply grabbing some popcorn and walking out of the arena and finding some quiet place to get your work done. If you’re a boss or a leader, you might make sure your team is focused on their work and not getting involved in the neighboring battle. Their actions maybe a reflection of your ability to manage your own playground.
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