10 WAYS TO ACE THE INTERVIEW USING FENG SHUI

Looking for a new job? What you do to prepare before you get the gig is just as crucial as how you perform once you get it. Here are my Top 10 Tips of Feng Shui Preparedness that can help give you the edge over your competition:

1) CLEAN SLATE
Be sure to clear out the clutter from home and car before you begin the interview process. Think of it as clearing the way for the new opportunity to easily find you.

2) WATER FEATURE
Water is one of the 5 essential elements of feng shui. So, drink up! Being dehydrated causes memory loss, headaches, confusion.

3) SET YOUR INTENTIONS
State of mind is very important. Just ask Shaq! The Lakers pre-visualize winning plays during meditation sessions before games. See yourself making eye contact, speaking confidently, and convincing the interviewer that you are the best person for the job.

4) KNOW THE FEELING
Next step? Let yourself feel what it feels like to land that position and bring home that paycheck. Revel in your success as if it has already happened.

5) EXTRA MOJO
Get yourself a silver box. Write 3 affirmations and put them into the box:
*The perfect job is mine in good time.
*I receive financial rewards for the excellent work that I do.
*I am an asset to the company that hires me.
Now place the box into the Travel & Helpful People Area of your home (the section immediately to the right as you enter your front door)>

6) ON FIRE
You see yourself winning, you feel like you’ve aced it, now light a candle in honor and gratitude for all of the opportunity and abundance in your life.

7) SLEEP ON IT
Get a good night’s sleep. Health is the foundation of wealth.

8)WELL RED
Remember to wear the powerful color red to activate and enliven your chi energy for the interview. Visible (necktie) or invisible (bra), red rocks your chi!

9) FRESH AIR
Breathe in, breathe out. Breathe in, breathe out. (Yoga breathing is calming).

10) JUST DO IT
You’re ready, you’re set. Now GO!

(Still nervous? Try the Calming Heart Sutra.)

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