Self-Confidence Is The Key To Personal And Professional Success

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Self-Confidence Is The Key To Personal And Professional Success

By: Michael Port

In my audio program Book Yourself Solid, The 7 Keys To Getting More Clients Than You Can Handle Even If You Hate Marketing And Selling, I focus on the nitty gritty of what to do to get loads of clients but the real key and what I try to deep into is what you need to do for yourself to take action.

I think there are only two reasons for most any business problem:

  1. You dont know what to do
  2. You know what to do but youre not doing it

And, I also think that 90% of all business problems stem from number two. When I say business problems I mean why we dont achieve what we say we want to achieve or why we dont do what we say we want to do.

So, of course, the next question you might ask is why dont we do what we know how to do? And the answer is. we havent built up the self-confidence needed for the goal at hand.

Look learning is easy accumulating knowledge is easy. There are lots of people who know what you need to know and are willing to share the information with you. So, again why arent you doing what you say you want to do? Again, I say not enough self-confidence.

Were born with high levels of confidence in certain areas and not in others. And its different for all of us. But well need different levels of confidence depending on what we want to do with our lives. It takes one level of confidence to give a speech in front of 5 people and another level of confidence to give a speech in front of 500 and again, another level of confidence to speak in front of 5000. So, if youre not working on developing your confidence and thinking bigger about who you are and what you offer the world, you very well may not put yourself in situations where youd have an opportunity to present in front of 5000 people.

There are two very simple things I recommend to solve this profoundly important problem:

  1. Learn in action
  2. Develop a self-confidence plan

First, learn in action. Learning in action is the key to success when venturing into uncharted territory. You cant wait to have all the answers. You certainly dont want to go out in the world half-baked but you dont need a Doctorate in marketing to create awareness for the solutions that you provide or a Masters in public speaking to give a speech.

This is a big problem for many people waiting until they are sure that they have all the info they could possibly have about how to do something before theyll try it. Its just not effective and stems from a lack of self-confidence.

I feel that if you do nothing else as a personal and business building strategy, work on building up your self confidence so youll be able to do everything that you say you want to do.

And second, develop a self-confidence plan. I do affirmations every day. In the morning when I wake up and at night before I go to sleep. Well, actually, I only do them Monday through Friday but that should cover you.

Read Napoleon Hills inspirational classic Think and Grow Rich for a plethora of affirmations that will help you build your self-confidence.

And in closing dont forget to have a mad passionate love affair with yourself. Love, embrace and believe in yourself. I know how realistic it is to become wildly successful. You can totally create an abundant, joyful and prosperous business life if youre willing to do the work.

About The Author

Copyright 2004


(article can be used freely in publications provided article is left in tact and full bio is used. Send courtesy copy to michael@michaelport.com)

Michael Port is on a crusade for the success of solo-professionals and is especially well known for his passion, personality, point of view (and unrelenting sense of humor). Under the banner of Michael Port & Associates, LLC, he provides seminars, keynotes, training programs, coaching and a popular e-zine to solo-professionals, helping them build thriving businesses. His expertise lies in the areas of personal brand identity development, motivation, leadership, performance, teamwork and communication. Michaels mantra: be brave be bold be yourself for profit and fun! http://www.MichaelPort.com


Michael@MichaelPort.com

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rpadhmavathi 23.04.2006. 11:54

What are the issues related to inclusion of children with special needs? Array

rpadhmavathi

Admin 23.04.2006. 11:54

Monkeybiz is absolutely right about how properly designed inclusion programs cause minimal impact on the regular ed kids. I am also glad to hear how well her son is doing. Congrats!

Here are the issues that must be addressed to create an effective inclusion program:

1. The child with special needs must be non-disruptive in his/her behaviors with the regular ed students; one of the major supports I provide is bringing up self-esteem and confidence through clear and observable academic growth (self-esteem must be earned through success to have any lasting, long-term effect)...low self-esteem being the major cause of misbehavior in SLD students.
2. The child with special needs must be motivated to learn.
3. The child with special needs should have language arts skills within one year of expectation for regular ed students for language arts independent inclusion, and within three years of language arts expectation for regular ed students for other subjects. For example, I have 4th graders who see me for Language Arts remediation, who are now able to read at the late 2nd grade to early 3rd grade level, who do quite well in math, science, and social studies with the modification of written work length, peer and teacher support for reading assignments, and multi-sensory instruction in the regular ed classroom. Those who are below that in Language Arts also have me for Math, and we provide supervised inclusion through an educational assistant in science/social studies for those whose reading is early 1st grade/Primer.
4. The student with special needs must have study and personal advocacy skills (e.g. using the dictionary, confidence in asking for help from the teacher and peers, using environmental resources such as assignment postings, posters, etc.).
5. The student with special needs should have his/her time in regular ed and in special ed pull-out carefully balanced to best support his/her learning needs.
6. The regular ed teacher must be open and flexible, get along well with the special ed teacher on a professional level (personal doesn't hurt either), and have the skills needed to modify curriculum and adjust instruction to meet the needs of ALL the students in class (rather than seeing the inclusion students as "belonging" to the special ed teacher).
7. The special ed teacher must be versed both in the regular ed curriculum programs, AND in research-based curriculum and instruction appropriate for a variety of learning disabilities, speeds, and sensory issues. The special ed teacher must be able to work with almost everyone on the regular ed teaching staff with some effectiveness, even with the untrained and unmotivated ones (in other words, be open and cooperative with many people, and have a thick skin and tenacity for those who would rather not "deal with those kinds of kids").
8. The special ed teacher should have a small enough case load that he/she can spend adequate and effective time with the student on his/her continued areas of need (state cutoffs for caseloads are much higher than reality for teacher effectiveness). With appropriate time in individualized instruction for remediation skills, study skills, and coping skills, the child has an excellent chance of success.
9. The parents must have a strong sense of education as the key to the future of their child, and convey their value for education to their child.

If ANY of these components are missing, or even somewhat reduced, the student is at a high risk for failure. However, with adequate numbers of dedicated staff, it can work wonders!

"Full inclusion," all-day inclusion, only works if the regular and special ed teachers are co-teaching the class as all-day partners who have similar instructional styles and get along together personally, there is an educational assistant providing additional support, the administration is flexible for both curriculum and instruction of regular ed students, and both teachers have training in both regular and special education approaches to learning. In other words, it only works in controlled research settings.

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idea_ked 07.05.2006. 13:23

What about "Full Inclusion" for special education (or/and Early Intervention) ? Full inclusion for children (4year old) in environmental risk (stess by natural diaster). How to set the program,and what is real meaning of full inclusion?

idea_ked

Admin 07.05.2006. 13:23

"Full inclusion," all-day inclusion, only works if the regular and special ed teachers are co-teaching the class as all-day partners who have similar instructional styles and get along together personally, there is an educational assistant providing additional support, the administration is flexible for both curriculum and instruction of regular ed students, and both teachers have training in both regular and special education approaches to learning. In other words, it only works in controlled research settings.
I am adamantly opposed to "Full Inclusion" for all children...it is NOT the best access to programming and skill development instruction for all kids.

Here are the issues that must be addressed to create an effective inclusion program:

1. The child with special needs must be non-disruptive in his/her behaviors with the regular ed students; one of the major supports I provide is bringing up self-esteem and confidence through clear and observable academic growth (self-esteem must be earned through success to have any lasting, long-term effect)...low self-esteem being the major cause of misbehavior in students with special needs.
2. The child with special needs must be motivated to learn.
3. The child with special needs should have language arts skills within one year of expectation for regular ed students for language arts independent inclusion, and within three years of language arts expectation for regular ed students for other subjects. For example, I have 4th graders who see me for Language Arts remediation, who are now able to read at the late 2nd grade to early 3rd grade level, who do quite well in math, science, and social studies with the modification of written work length, peer and teacher support for reading assignments, and multi-sensory instruction in the regular ed classroom. Those who are below that in Language Arts also have me for Math, and we provide supervised inclusion through an educational assistant in science/social studies for those whose reading is early 1st grade/Primer.
4. The student with special needs must have study and personal advocacy skills (e.g. using the dictionary, confidence in asking for help from the teacher and peers, using environmental resources such as assignment postings, posters, etc.).
5. The student with special needs should have his/her time in regular ed and in special ed pull-out carefully balanced to best support his/her learning needs.
6. The regular ed teacher must be open and flexible, get along well with the special ed teacher on a professional level (personal doesn't hurt either), and have the skills needed to modify curriculum and adjust instruction to meet the needs of ALL the students in class (rather than seeing the inclusion students as "belonging" to the special ed teacher).
7. The special ed teacher must be versed both in the regular ed curriculum programs, AND in research-based curriculum and instruction appropriate for a variety of learning disabilities, speeds, and sensory issues. The special ed teacher must be able to work with almost everyone on the regular ed teaching staff with some effectiveness, even with the untrained and unmotivated ones (in other words, be open and cooperative with many people, and have a thick skin and tenacity for those who would rather not "deal with those kinds of kids").
8. The special ed teacher should have a small enough case load that he/she can spend adequate and effective time with the student on his/her continued areas of need (state cutoffs for caseloads are much higher than reality for teacher effectiveness). With appropriate time in individualized instruction for remediation skills, study skills, and coping skills, the child has an excellent chance of success.
9. The parents must have a strong sense of education as the key to the future of their child, and convey their value for education to their child.

If ANY of these components are missing, or even somewhat reduced, the student is at a high risk for failure. However, with adequate numbers of dedicated staff, it can work wonders!

Admin

Moon 04.03.2010. 09:07

"I want to have confidence".....Can you give me an advice please?!!? I`m a student in college and I want to have more confidence when I answer the questions in the class . . A lot of times I know the Right answer but I become afraid of ruined everything when I talk so I prefer to be silent . . Can you help me Please ?

Moon

Admin 04.03.2010. 09:07

Improving your conversational skills can help you feel more comfortable and confident in any social situation which will lead to larger confidence overall. If you practice maintaining eye contact and being a good listener, you will also give off a more confident aura and you can enjoy the benefits of being treated as a confident person.

2. Set goals

As with anything you want to achieve, building confidence will be easier if you set specific goals. Whether you want to be confident enough to be president of an organization or simply give a presentation at the next department meeting, you can then create an action plan for achieving this goal.

3. Get involved

When you become involved in an organization, project or committee, the new experiences, improved skills and chances for leadership and personal development can help improve confidence. Think about joining a professional organization, signing up for a committee at work or volunteering your time at a worthwhile organization.

4. Use positive imagery and self-talk

The road to self-confidence is primarily a mental exercise. Visualizing yourself as a confident person is one way to create a confident mentality. Positive affirmations are another way of building confidence. Tell yourself that you are a confident person and don't give negative thoughts room to grow.

5. Seek professional help

Motivational speakers make their living from helping people make the most of their lives, which often involves helping their listeners build confidence. If you can't attend a seminar in person, many speakers also offer DVDs and CDs of their motivational performances. Numerous self-help books are also available that can lead you to helpful strategies for building confidence. Life coaches provide one-on-one help to assist customers in reaching their potential. If there are more deep-seated issues getting in the way of feeling confident, you may wish to look into counseling or psychiatric help. Depression and other illnesses can decimate your self-confidence, and simply thinking positive thoughts or attending a motivational talk aren't enough to feel better.

6. Take small steps

Going along with the idea of setting goals, if you're not feeling confident, you will be much more likely to achieve your desired level of confidence by taking small steps. Tell yourself that you will smile and shake hands with everyone you meet today or promise that you will offer your opinion on an issue at the next board meeting. This is much more likely to lead to success and start you on the path to confidence than jumping straight to a more daunting task like giving the keynote speech at a national conference.

7. Practice a confident attitude

You may have heard this sentiment expressed as, "fake it 'til you make it." The truth is that you can gain confidence by acting like a confident person. Nobody needs to know that you're cringing underneath your confident fašade. Eventually you'll no longer need to pretend. The success you experience from acting confident and the confident habits you've developed will lead to true confidence.

8. Look for confident role models

Whether you turn to co-workers, friends, family members or celebrities for inspiration, finding confident role models can help you become more confident yourself. It's best if the person if you have real-life contact with the person you're looking to emulate, but you can still get an idea of a celebrity's personality and confidence-building strategies through interviews and books.

9. Try new things

New experiences can give you confidence by helping you grow as a person. You don't have to take up skydiving or anything drastic like that. Starting a new hobby or taking a class is more likely to help you develop lasting skills anyway.

10. Be happy with yourself

Having an essentially positive attitude toward yourself is key to gaining confidence. You must be happy with the person you are, from your personality to your appearance, before you can truly be confident.

Gaining confidence requires hard work and dedication but it doesn't have to be impossible if you take it one step at a time.

Admin

Kelly 19.12.2012. 23:49

What does my signs say about me? What does my signs say about me? My personality? Relationships? Friendships? Compatibility? Family? Future jobs? Any other info?
Sun sign- Taurus
Rising sign- Libra
Moon sign- Leo
Midheaven- Cancer
Descendant- Aries

Also....
Chinese Astrology sign- Pig
Numerology- Birthpath 1

Kelly

Admin 19.12.2012. 23:49

this is NOT your chart this is just a pile of copy/pasted data off the internet, your chart is a PICTURE!

[What does my signs say about me? My personality? Relationships? Friendships? Compatibility? Family? Future jobs? Any other info] have you ANY idea how long it would take to answer all these questions, *for free* why not go pay a professional and ask all the questions you want!!!

Why is Midheaven So important for Career?
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20121021124929AAqlQOg

"Sun in Taurus, Moon in Leo
The combination of your Sun sign and your Moon sign produces a strong determined will, well defined opinions, and a very forthright, honest, and fearless personality. There is much pride tied up in your nature. You respect others, but you listen to yourself and trust your personal abilities first and foremost. Not tending to rely on your intellect alone, you depend more on your hunches, and your key to success should be your high self-esteem. Creativity and pragmatism mark your nature, giving you an excellent sense of how things should be constructed, organized, or planned. You are a good manager or boss, and people respond well to working for you. At your best you are persistent, sure and reliable. Personal confidence and pride can at times cause you to be domineering and inflexible in attitude, and you possess strong likes and dislikes. Because you are usually so steady and consistent, you rarely blow up. You can be critical, but in a fair and constructive way. Wanting things done your way, you don't like to have your action very closely monitored or scrutinized, although you are not above doing this to others. Too your few close friends, you are trustworthy, honest, and devoted. You seem to like or dislike people because of instinctive feelings about them rather than for matters you have reasoned out. This is a very fixed and stable personality, but in the early part of your life you probably had tendencies toward extremes. Throughout your life it will always be important for you to double check decisions and avoid overestimating possibilities because of confidence or pride. Behind the spirited, but pridefully impulsive qualities in your personality is a practical, solid, determined internal nature that serves you much better. "
http://www.astrology-numerology.com/sun-moon2.html#Leo

http://www.cafeastrology.com/zodiaclibra.html
scroll to bottom to read libra asc.

numerology has nothing to do with zodiac section or astrology.

http://i1256.photobucket.com/albums/ii496/SaggiMC/planetarymeanings.jpg
This slide shows the meanings of the planets

http://i1256.photobucket.com/albums/ii496/SaggiMC/chartwheelhouses.jpg
this slide shows the house meanings, natural house rulers and notice the compass points are reversed? this is not a mistake
Why not go to astro and get your free chart, then use their interactive model to get an explanation, then go to cafeastrology and do the same, but do *not* use their charts as they inferior. Then read about my background from my homepage by clicking on my avatar here. It's true a picture does say a thousand words

Posting Natal Chart Data v Natal Chart Pictures?
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20121112051946AAdl95j

You have to accept we are ALL multifaceted human beings and what astrology does is break things down, compartmentalises things into smaller chunks for you to digest. These chunks are called mathematical aspects these 10 planets make to each other. This is the *meat and bones* of astrology. Just remember planets are modified by signs, where they express are houses and how they express are *aspects* Planets to not act alone as if stranded on a desolate island, they interact and express as modified energies. For me astrology is a form of psychology, a way to help you understand you, your motivations and ways of thinking/feeling In future please consider posting a chart rather than just little bits and pieces of it

Whilst the whole chart needs to be taken into consideration, if this is the level you can manage or understand now, that's ok. Just keep asking questions and that way the 'whole' chart will someday make much more sense. Everyone has to start somewhere and I applaud and encourage you for taking those baby steps.

Also be aware of different house systems, I use Equal house one of the oldest and most reliable, instead of simply the default on astro, which is easily changed in Extended chart selection. So if you use the default on astro.com it will be placidus. Also be aware that, if ANY planets are within 5' of a house cusp, it should be interpreted in next house along going anti clockwise

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Daren 16.04.2013. 05:02

Managing a schedule in college.? Hey everyone, I need some help figuring out how to be a better student. I have been out of school for four years. It's no excuse for my situation (which isn't a bad one), but I'm kind of relearning how to be a student.

When I was in high school, I did nothing at all. I was a lazy guy, but mostly because like lots of kids I didn't know what I wanted to do. I simply had to be there. All I wanted to do was to be a professional musician.

Things have changed now. I'm 22 which is a bit old for college, but at least I am motivated and I found what I want to do in life. Long story short, last semester I got into the continuing education section of my college to boost my grades and get accepted in Social Service.

So here it is, up 'til now it was a total success. I had a very low number of course and all of them interested me. Last semester I had three course which were quite easy; I got A's for each of them.
This semester was the last before I could apply in Social Service which isn't offered in Winter. Good news are I got accepted and my grades are reasonable: Politics 83, Western Civilization 98, Anthropology 83 and English 101 - 75. They aren't amazing, but I know I can do better.

What I'm looking for here is some tips on how to manage college classes because I'm struggling with four night classes and next semester I'll be a full time day student with 5 to 7 classes. Is there a way to better manage classes? I'm only working for 22 hours as of now.

Please note that I know nothing about day time studying. I'll put in the effort, and if there's anything I need to learn I will. I already started to google "How to be a better student". This semester was rough because I didn't schedule my studying so well.

Anyway, if you guys have any tips for me it'll be greatly appreciated because I want to be a good student and I do care about the job I'll be studying for.

Thanks in advance.

Daren

Admin 16.04.2013. 05:02

Hi there

You probably already know that studying requires organising your work and social commitments around the timetable which is set so it is given as to when you need to attend.

To study and time manage you need to:

1. Determine when do you study best? Morning, afternoon, evening, late evening?
2. Draw up a schedule of when you will be studying.
3. Rotate your subjects so that you are giving equal time to each one. (Do not get bored)
4. When studying focus on the areas of the subject that you do not know or being problematic.
5. Do not waste time focussing on areas of the subject you are coversant.
6. Be consistent and be self-disciplined to keep to your study schedule.
7. Follow the 50/10 rule - 50 minutes study - 10 minute break to make phone calls, internet and then return to your next subject.
8. Have a good filing system in place clearly labelling each subject where you keep your notes, materials in one place. Less stress when you know where everything is.
9. Learn the art of condensing your notes down.
10. Mind maps are really great to break down the complexity of a subject into small factual chunks
11. If you plan to use a laptop for study - make back-ups and print off hardcopies - in case there is an issue with the computer.
12. You will have days where the idea of studying will be a chore - but has to be done - so change the order of your subjects and alternate between a subject you like and then one that is more of a challenge, it is one way of staying motivated.
13. Look at the the previous 2 years of exams (if applicable) so that you familiarise yourself with the types of questions they ask such scenario type questions for example. Also look for key words in the questions such as describe, compare, evaluate, argue, critique they all mean different things and it is a test of your skill to show that you understand the question and can demonstrate it with confidence.

Most importantly with all studies you need to find a work-social life balance.

It is not rocket science but what has been listed are the fundamentals. To do well, you have to be consistent, self-disciplined and managing, and knowing how to study smarter, not harder!

You may find that you will need to reduce your work hours because full-time study is demanding more than most appreciate.

For example, if a student is studying 4 subjects per week they are likely to have 12 - 15 hours contact time to attend lectures and tutorials. This equates to approximately setting aside up to 36 hours per week of personal study time for all subjects to keep up with readings, assignment preparation, tasks and other related duties.

Hope this helps and all the best with your studies.

Cheers
Mr Books

Admin

Kail221991 19.02.2009. 06:01

Help! What is wrong with me? I have such a fear of failure and rejection that it's ruining my life. I get to the point where I can't even start projects because the fear of all have to do and my personal inadequacies overwhelms me
I'm at the point where I just don't want to do anything anymore
I hate myself and I hate my life
and I don't know why I keep holding myself back
I had thought that I had gotten over my procrastination and self confidence issues
but then I fell behind again
and I'm right back in a whole where I started
I feel like I'm suffocating and I deserve pain and misery because I'm not good enough
It's like I'm in a constant state of panic and anxiety and everytime that happens a wall goes up in my head

I can't take this anymore

Kail221991

Admin 19.02.2009. 06:01

Wow. I felt anxious just reading that.

I feel like I have felt the way you describe at certain parts in my life, but I have grown since then.

Please, find a trusted professional to help you figure out what you need to be happy.

My therapist and I always talk about how each individual can control their thoughts. The key to success is recognizing your thoughts, stepping away from yourself and fixing your own problems.

Admin

only1kcm 30.05.2007. 14:36

Today is my birthday! Any astrological aspects to note for the next year? Thank you in advance!? Born in Athens, Greece at 2.30 a.m.

only1kcm

Admin 30.05.2007. 14:36

The Year Ahead
Forecast for May 2007 to May 2008


Self-confidence and action are highlighted in the year ahead, with Sun sextile Mars in your Solar Return. You tend to instinctively know the right course of action to take in most situations. Your desire nature is strong, and increased physical activity, including sexual, is likely. Independent work is favored. Competitive activities may also thrive this year.

The Sun in creative aspect to Saturn helps you stay on track and meet your responsibilities. Your concern for your future this year is stronger than usual, and you may find that projects you start, or investments you make, this year will benefit you for years to come. The key to success this year is adopting a realistic, practical, disciplined, and orderly approach to your life.

Mercury in opposition to Pluto in your Solar Return chart, however, introduces some intensity into your thought patterns and interactions with others. Try to avoid coming on too strong with your opinions. You are hungry for deeper meaning, but a suspicious attitude, or making mountains out of molehills, won?t serve you well. Some secretiveness is possible. At times, you may have a troubled mind and some mental anxiety. On the other hand, it can suggest the ability to engage in deep, penetrating communication this year. Mercury governs speech, and you will need to watch what and how you communicate. Something you write or say could lead to opposition from others. Your need to investigate and read between the lines is strong this year. It?s best used for research and increased awareness of psychological motivations, both of others and yourself.

A harmonious trine between Venus and electric Uranus brings spontaneity into your personal relationships. This is a favorable influence for social meetings and events, and for situations that call for treating others with equality and respect. You may lose your fear of taking risks this year on a social level, and happily embrace all that is new, unusual, and out-of-the-ordinary with regards to romantic involvements as well as financial undertakings. You are ready to experiment, and not necessarily ready to commit. This could be a good year for financial undertakings involving electronics, technology, the internet, metaphysics, and the arts, as well as group activities. You have a taste for the offbeat this year, and this energy can bring sudden or unexpected romance into your life, perhaps a scenario that feels like love at first sight. Childbirth is sometimes associated with this aspect. Venus is also in creative aspect to Jupiter, suggesting a freer attitude towards expressing your affection. Your open heart is likely to attract easygoing friendships or love opportunities into your life. Nevertheless, Venus in awkward angle to Neptune suggests some adjustments in your life are necessary due to overblown expectations. Do what you can to keep your feet on the ground and avoid expecting perfection from your relationships.

Mars trine Jupiter in your Solar Return chart infuses the year with enterprising spirit. This is a strong aspect for professional as well as personal opportunities. Your faith in your ability to produce and to win takes you places you perhaps never imagined. You are able to see the "big picture", which helps you to plan effectively. The energies of this influence favor negotiations, deals, legal matters, reasonable speculation, and travel. This aspect also favors positive outcomes in competitive activities, including sports and business, for example.

Your faith in yourself, as well as a better ability to see the "big picture", will take you places this year. It's a good year for socializing and attracting natural and easy friendships. Your desire nature is powerful this year, but also quite easy to satisfy! Adopting an organized approach to meeting your goals is the key to success. Taking a few reasonable risks, however, is also favored.


2007 is a Number Eight year for you. Ruled by Saturn. This is a year of power and accomplishment. Actively seeking to expand, taking educated risks, and moving forward are highlighted. This is a year of opportunity, particularly in the material and business world, and opportunities need to be seized. It's generally not a year to find a new love partner, simply because the focus is on the material world and your place in the world. This is a problem-solving year in which you can expect real, tangible results. Advice - take action, plan ahead, seize opportunities.

2008 will be a Number Nine year for you. Ruled by Mars. This is a year of completion and transition. It is a time when we need to let go of things that no longer serve their purpose, and hold on to things that have a future. It is a time of cleaning out dead wood, not necessarily for new beginnings. It can be a time when a burden has been taken off your shoulders, and it can be a year of giving of yourself. Advice - let go of things that are holding you back, give of yourself and express your sympathetic, compassionate side.

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