We all have a little bit of the Fool within is. The person who wants to bring excitement and laughter to those around us. But there’s a difference between playing the fool and being made a fool. Double check your work today. Make sure you’ve been given the right information before you share your results. Whither by mistake or on purpose, something isn’t right with what you’ve been given. Do your best to pass on the right information, by checking the information you’ve been given.
Be watchful of the underlying motives of others. There’s something going on behind the scenes that you can’t see. It maybe that your source of information is distracted by their own life dramas and they made an innocent mistake. But it also could be there are ulterior motives going on and you need to be aware of the ruse.
You have the opportunity to wow the crowd with your presentation. A few laughs and astonishing feats of magik can benefit you in the long run. But not if the stage has been created on shaky ground. So take a little extra time to ensure the numbers are correct, the facts are accurate and you truly understand what you’re presenting to the crowd.
Either you’ll discover someone isn’t what they claim to be and is out to get ahead at your expense. Or you’ll find that someone needs a little help and a compassionate voice in their corner. Which ever one you find, you’ll be able to acquire the right information to put into your presentation and save your own reputation in the process. Continue reading