Thursday, January 26, 2012

::Happy Chinese New Year::

Wishing you  
good health,  

According to the Chinese Lunar calendar, 
2012 is a Black Dragon or Water Dragon year.
 This is because the Stem-Branch Calendar is connected to the Five Element theory. Chinese calendars used the Stem-Branch system to count the days, months and years. There are 10 Stems and 12 Branches in this system. Stems are named by the Yin-Yang and Five Elements (Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth).
Dragon year symbolize of
 good fortune 
and intense
Dragon's Characteristics:

It's the Year of the Dragon, considered the luckiest year in the Chinese zodiac,
and it should be a great year for entrepreneurs and small business owners, according to what's predicted to affect you and your small business in the coming year.

If that's what this year brings, it should be a terrific time for business owners or to start a new business.

People born in the year of the dragon are likely to be leaders, who are active and powerful, take initiative and are creative — good traits for entrepreneurs.

The dragon is considered the most powerful symbol. It's the only symbol that is not a real animal and has mystical qualities. 

In China, many people want children who embody Dragon traits, and births in China rise by about 5% in Dragon years.

Likewise, it is a good year to give birth to a new business.

So what is the astrological forecast for this year, and what does that mean for you and your business?

It should be a good year for making money, and with luck this means an increasingly strong overall economy.
So don't be afraid to aggressively pursue financial goals this year. You're more likely to succeed. But as the cash rolls in, be sure to put some aside for a rainy day.

Have you been afraid to live your dreams, follow your passion?
Now's the time to go for it.

A good year for trying new approaches, introducing new products or services, and reinvigorating your company with creative ideas.

As you grow your business this year, remember your social responsibility to others: your employees, society, environment.

Find ways to communicate better with your employees and customers and create an amiable workplace.

Big changes. 
Dragon years can be tumultuous, so be prepared for the unexpected.

But this year can be a time to shake yourself up, too, so it can be a terrific year to try new things, take big chances, make significant change.

As you grow your company this year, remember to harness the strength and power of a dragon and try to attract the good luck dragons bring.

Dragon years are associated with people who take initiatives, so don't wait for good fortune to come to you. Go out and make your own fortune.

Be bold, be brave. Make your mark. 

After all, a fire-breathing, tail-wagging dragon would likely carve quite a path wherever it goes.

Nidza Ahmed and family ..

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