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Your head is bursting with new business ideas but how do you know if the timing is right? Here are my top 10 Tarot cards for successfully starting a business:
Ace of Pentacles – There couldn’t be a more perfect card for starting a new business than the Ace of Pentacles. The opportunity for financial success is being presented to you right now – are you ready to take it? Sure, it will be a long journey with its ups and downs, but this Ace speaks of the rewards that are available to you if you commit to your path. The potential is yours for the taking!
Four of Pentacles – The Four of Pentacles is a sign that you’re getting your ducks in a row before setting out on this new business journey. You’re doing the necessary business planning and clarifying your financial commitments to make sure that this is indeed the right path for you. However, don’t let planning get in the way of action – it’s a fine balance between the two. Know that once you’ve got everything in place, you’re ready to go!
Emperor – The Emperor is the ultimate businessman – he is structured, logical, rational, organised and determined. When you see the Emperor in a Tarot reading about business, then you know that you have the business mindset to make this dream a reality. Take a planned and pragmatic approach to business and you’ll pave the way for your success.
Four of Wands – If you want to launch your business from a place of joy, happiness, collaboration and celebration, then the Four of Wands is your card! You’re inspired to create a business that will not only be profitable but will benefit the community and create true joy and abundance for everyone involved. I’m envisioning a creative venture – an Etsy store, a homewares shop, or an online community to bring like-minded people together.
Page of Pentacles – If you’re considering starting a new business and the Page of Pentacles comes up in your Tarot reading, then you know you have it within you to learn the skills required. Sure, you might not know everything right now about how to create a business, but you are ready and willing to find out. Enrol yourself into a business training program and start learning because you’re going to need these skills from Day 1 in your business!
Empress – As a representation of the divine feminine, the Empress ‘births’ her ideas into the physical world. This is a beautiful Tarot card for conceiving your business idea and bringing it into being so that it can truly flourish. She asks you to nurture your business and take care of it as if it were your little baby, and as you do, you will watch it grow and evolve into an abundant force.
Wheel of Fortune – Whenever you ask the Tarot whether the time is right and you receive the Wheel of Fortune, then you’re getting a big “HELL YES!” from the Universe, my friend. And it’s no different with starting a business. So if you see the Wheel of Fortune in your business reading, make the most of this fortuitous time and get started before the tides turn!
Three of Wands – The Three of Wands is a card of enterprise and expansion. So if you need a sign that it’s time to start your business, this is it! More literally, I associate this card with ‘shipping’ and Seth Godin’s famous quote, “Just ship it!” That is, don’t wait around until everything is perfect. Get your product or service out there as soon as possible and start building your empire – you can learn along the way.
Knight of Swords – The Knight of Swords is the ultimate action-taker. He doesn’t wait around for everything to be just right and perfectly timed. He just gets straight into taking action and moving things forward. So if you’re uncertain about whether now is the right time for starting your business and you see the Knight of Swords in a Tarot reading, it’s time to act and just get on with it. No excuses!
King of Pentacles – The King of Pentacles is the king of business! If you see this King in a Tarot reading about starting a business then you know that you already have it within you to make this a successful venture. And if you’re still not 100%, then seek out a ‘King of Pentacles’ mentor or business coach to guide you along the way. Your business idea has the potential to be very sustainable in the long-term, so long as you commit to your path and consistently deliver on the plan that you have set for yourself. Success awaits!
What Tarot cards do you associate with starting a business? Leave your comments below.
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