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The Three of Pentacles is one of the Tarot cards that focuses on the group. (The Three of Cups and the Hierophant are the others.) As the Pentacles are solid and practical, this card represents a task-oriented team: people who work cooperatively to achieve a common goal. There are few jobs that can be achieved on their own. We need the help of others to achieve our goals. Sometimes the Three Pentacles is a sign that you will be more productive if you work with others. You don't have to do everything alone.
This Charter may also show the need for planning and preparation. Now is not the time to rush into something or start a project with just a vague idea of what it's all about. You need to think about everything, review all the possibilities and make sure you figure out the details. Do your homework, and your company will flourish.
Another feature of the Three of Pentacles is competition: the ability to do the job. How weird is this today! This card tells you that you have the skills and knowledge you need. It can attract capable people and create a successful atmosphere. Know that the situation is (or will be) in good hands, but be sure to focus on excellence in your work. Be proud of what you do and how you do it. Then you will fulfill your mission 'impossible'.
The Three of Pentacles represents the learning of new skills. It is on earth that we learn to master matter and to develop talents or gifts for this life.
The Three of Pentacles, like the Three on the other cards, marks the initial stages of implementation that follow the Ace idea phase and the Two planning step. You know what you want to create; he has presented the plans, gathered his resources (money, people and time) and got to work; it is possible that he has already reached his first significant milestone. Of course, you're not yet close to the finish line, but you have the ball running and you're making things happen.