Your Future Is In The Cards January brings out a lot of different things. Typically they revolve around ways to help you keep those New Year’s Resolutions you made. For some of us, our job or career gets connected to a desire to make a…
Your Future Is In The Cards
January brings out a lot of different things. Typically they revolve around ways to help you keep those New Year’s Resolutions you made. For some of us, our job or career gets connected to a desire to make a change because January is the time of year to talk about such things.
Publisher Laurence King’s has just what you need to blow off those 9-5-why-am-I-still-at-this-dead-end-job blues. It’s a set of cards. There’s 50 in total so you can honestly say it is a couple of cards short of a deck and be both funny and correct.
What makes these cards worth dealing is the insightful tips and words of wisdom they contain. Author and principal lecturer at the University of Brighton, Gem Barton, gets the credit for the wordage.
The cards cover such topics as using your imagination to your advantage by seeing problems for what they are rather than dwelling on them as negative issues. As if you’d do that! That card, if you are looking for it, is titled, “Be A Warrior, Not A Worrier.” Another explores failure as a temporary setback rather than a habit. That card happens to be “Fail (More) Often.”
There is no Joker, no Ace up the sleeve. You don’t Call, Fold or Bet.
But if you’ve needed 50 reasons to kick start that plan of yours that never seems to see the light of day, these cards may help. Or you can keep shuffling them until one truly inspires you.
Available 03/02/2020 from Laurence King.
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