Thursday, 14 February 2008

Power Days

Power days are great to have, and most of the time they don't come round often enough! It's impossible for most people to guess when they are coming, let alone try to control and influence when they arrive.

On your power days, you have strength, energy and charisma that burst through the veneer of your personality - often people are impressed when they meet people who not only have these qualities, but have them 100% of the time. The people who exude these qualities have learned to tame and control the force within them that contains the energies that conspire to create power days.

So how do you do it? How do you control something so unpredictable and intangible? You need to learn to stop asking yourself questions about what you're doing.

It's difficult to have the self-confidence to fully believe in what you're doing all of the time, but that's what you need to do. You may not know everything, or be the best at everything, but neither is anyone else!

Just remember that people respect you for who you are and the tenacity of your views and actions.

Respect your intuition for what it is - fundamental to your being, and oftentimes correct. You need to take charge, and then you call the shots - others will follow.

Thursday, 31 January 2008

Limitless imaginations

Our imaginations go a bit haywire sometimes if we're not careful enough. However, we need to remember that, when harnessed, our imaginations are the most powerful tool available to the human race. Every progressive move in human history can be traced down to someone who dared to think differently, to let their imaginations wild on the subject of their choice.

Creativity is a gift that must not be abused or taken forgranted. Don't fall into the trap of just using your imagination to help you in your career, but reserve a bit of energy to plug into several different facets of your life - you'll be surprised at what you can achieve!

Friday, 29 June 2007

Quick tip

If your cat is getting up on window sills, try buying an ivy plant - they're cheap and cat's can't stand the smell or the taste of it!