Last week a female entrepreneur living in London asked me the following question:
“How do I align with my business or rather, what do I need to know and do for my programs?”
The answers that the cards gave her were:
Your core strength will always be with you, and now is as good a time as any to reconnect with this core strength. Look towards the positive aspects to reinvigorate your self-confidence and self-esteem. Your positive and radiant energy will follow you and will bring you happiness and joy. People are drawn to you because you bring such warmth into their lives. You’re bursting with enthusiasm and will be feeling invigorated by these people.
You don’t need to make your programs elaborate or complicated, plain and simple is the best option. Do not be afraid to compete either. Remember that you have something to offer and you can be successful. Believe in yourself and hold your head high.
When it comes to your projects and goals, you have to provide the completion. You tend to get distracted, so you need to stay focused on your goals. You’re starting new things and beginning to see things in new ways and you have a need for something new with deeper meaning, but you may have some resistance to doing what it takes. You may be worried whether you can really get your project up and running, or you need some help with some of the parts of the project.
Try to take an enthusiastic approach to change. The change is coming, whether you like it or not. Things started long ago are beginning to bear fruit. You have a lot to be thankful for, do your best with it and share what you can. You will do well financially and everything will eventually come together in a wonderful way.
Don’t worry too much about money, be happy with what you have, do what you can and let the Universe take care of the rest. The cards suggest that a financial opportunity may fall through, but this can be avoided through careful planning. Don’t rush into things, without doing the planning that needs to sit behind it and make sure not to take unnecessary risks. If you’re offered an opportunity that seems too good to be true then it probably is.
One more thing to remember is not to bury yourself in work, but remembering family and friends. Family, including extended family, is incredibly important.
For some reason, our conversation didn’t record, so I couldn’t send her the audio, but I did send her an email with the reading, plus the reading in a pretty pdf so she can print it and hang it on her wall and get reminded of it.
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