“I am alert
Ready to take action
The first on the scene
The last to leave
I take chances
But I am precise
I know where things belong
I am orderly and fastidious
Nothing escapes me
I am always prepared
I never give up or in
I AM THE ROOSTER”
The Chinese New Year of the Red Fire Rooster starts on 28th January and is not going to be a year to sit on your hands and do nothing. Instead this is going to be a year for making changes in your life. So don’t be all squawk and no action!
The rooster is crowing and glowing to wake everyone up. The rooster rises with the sun to get an early start to the day. So get yourself some morning rituals with good habits and healthy routines. The rooster song heralds a new dawn and an awakening which will be marked by success.
In a Rooster Year, everyone can reap great rewards by tapping into the rooster qualities, such as loyalty, commitment, honour, integrity, good old-fashioned hard work, efficiency, playing fair and family values. It will be a powerful year for progress and moving forward with clear intentions for money, business and personal relationships. 2017 is a good year for people to take action and influence their future, rather than just going with the flow, because this year nothing comes by chance or luck. For the next 12 months you are in the driver’s seat and will be making your own luck to a large extent. Be optimistic and open-minded – if you focus on overcoming all challenges, nothing can stop you from reaching your targets. So roll up your sleeves in order to reach your objectives.
The years of the Rooster are always marked by success for those who have put in the patience and hard work on their projects or investments. This year their businesses will flow and their dedication will be rewarded.
Plan, rather than rushing ahead. The recommendation is to stick to practical and well proven solutions to ensure success, rather than resorting to risky ventures or shady dealings.
We wish you a Happy New Year of the Red Fire Rooster. Gong Xi Fa Cai! Let the crowing begin . . .