This is a great time for making decisions. When faced with an important decision today, take your time before reaching a conclusion. Rely on your logic and reason. Making good decisions is one of the hardest but most important things we do as human beings. Start by making a list of the pros and cons. Prioritize which considerations are very important to you, and which are less so.
Sometimes when you match the pros against the cons you may find them dramatically lopsided. Look over your list, and don’t forget that you are the only person who can make the final decision. You can ask for advice on how others might approach the situation, but ultimately, the decision must be yours. Insight comes when you least expect it. Similar to suddenly remembering the name of an actor that you think you’d just plumb forgotten. The same happens when you’re trying to make a decision. By simply turning your mind off for a while or even switching to a different dilemma, you’ll give your brain the opportunity to scan its data bank for information that is already stored and waiting to be retrieved. When making your final decision, do not underestimate the power of your intuition, or your gut feeling. After all the facts are weighed and evaluated, it can be the final determinant. When making decisions, the important thing to remember: Don’t sweat the small stuff!
If you were born on September 17th, you have a strange sense of humor that sets you apart from others. You do the most ordinary things in an eccentric way. Most things intrigue you, but the less skeptical you are, the quicker you will learn. Learning to keep a creative balance between the old and new will help you avoid becoming dull. Although financial security is important to you, money will never completely satisfy you. The ability you have to communicate your creative thoughts, attracts you to artistic people. Friendly and generous, you know how to relax and enjoy yourself. Learn to share and allow others into your private world. Always follow your heart. You are excitement personified.
Daily thought for September 17th: The difference between success and failure is often the ability to get up just one more time than you fall down.