planner. Friday , April 07th , 2017 - 19:58:48 PM
First you need to understand how to use it properly, if you don't know much about the Chinese Lunar Calendar and the differences compared to the Gregorian Calendar used in the west.
Let's talk about "Amy." Amy is a 34-year-old business owner and entrepreneur. She has an agenda to make money and an even earlier agenda to have a child. Both are reasonable and even laudable goals. However, these two wishes, wants or goals, drive her forward sometimes in a positive manner, and at other times to the extreme detriment of having a full and satisfying life. Let's look at both sides of the equation. On some days, Amy may not feel like getting out of bed or making an important phone call. She may prefer watching TV or hanging out with friends to doing a challenging project. The drive to keep going in the face of distractions can be a positive force in her life. Now let's look at the other side. Amy knows that in her heart of hearts she wants to have a child and that she wishes to have enough money to make the raising of her child an easier process. She wants the freedom to hire help, as needed, so she can continue with her business and she also wants to provide for her baby's needs, both immediate and eventual, such as college. She is constantly scanning for a way to make this dream come true. Enter into the picture a person who seems to be the ticket to the realization of these dreams. Enter an employer who wants to possibly buy her business or make her a partner in a venture that may make her a great deal of money if things go the way they both hope. But Amy's desire to fulfill her agenda, to having this be the answer she has been looking for, blinds her to the fact that she doesn't really like this person. She doesn't even like the way this individual does business or treats the staff. She has the suspicion that she will be the next person to be treated badly in this employer's organization but she pushes aside all of these gut reactions and nagging doubts so she can have her dream. The driving agenda closes her off to seeing all the other possible ways of getting what she wants in order to go for what she thinks will produce happiness even at the expense of her self esteem and satisfaction.
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