Here Comes the Sun (Signs) - Romance, Astrology and You (Part Three)

Written by Heidi Richards, Chief Goddess

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Aquarius - (January 21 – February 21) Aquarius is ruled by Uranus. An Air sign, Aquarius is very social, and is symbolized byrepparttar water bearer. An inventor at heart, you can be seen by others as a little “quirky,” often gravitating towardrepparttar 136340 future and progress of humankind. You are considered a visionary and open-minded looking for less conventional ways of being and doing thanrepparttar 136341 other signs. You don’t generally break down under peer pressure; you prefer to be different from others. You are highly liked and surrounded by friends because you know how to be one. A humanitarian, you long for social reform and prefer those who share your thoughts on life over those who easily conform to societal pressures. You tend to be more attracted torepparttar 136342 outrageous than one who looks and act like everyone else. You are sometimes thought of as a “rebel with a cause” and will be attracted to a partner who you shares your desire to changerepparttar 136343 world. You are a free spirit who needs his or her own space, but don’t mind sharing that space withrepparttar 136344 object of your affection, as long as you don’t get pushed into a corner. You enjoy sharing your vision ofrepparttar 136345 future withrepparttar 136346 one you desire and consider it your way of flirting. Sometimes you appear aloof or unemotional, which can be a turn-off for some. Not to worry,repparttar 136347 right person will find it attractive and be curious to know what lies beneath that detached exterior. It seems an odd way to "flirt", but it can be attractive to those who are curious and have a similar demeanor. It isrepparttar 136348 game of “intrigue” that can often turn someone on and make them want to know more. The Aquarius is a creative and imaginative in lover and will often seducerepparttar 136349 object of their desire in unusual ways (and places).

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Heidi Richards is an Author, Professional Speaker, and Business Mentor. She is the owner of Eden Florist & Gift Baskets – and the Founder & CEO of the Women’s ECommerce Association, International – an Internet organization that “Helps Women Do Business on the WEB.” BASIC Membership is Free. She can be reached at

Volunteers - Tips to Motivate Them

Written by Heidi Richards, MS

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In order to help your volunteers truly be a success, good leaders must help them to feel a sense of security, adventure and belonging. Volunteers must feel "safe" to make mistakes without feeling embarrassed or being harmed. We must make every effort not to put volunteers in situations that make them feel insecure, ill at ease or unprepared. The proper training programs will give volunteersrepparttar sense of security necessary to carry out their roles.

Many volunteers need new experiences and challenges in order to hold their interest. They like to be onrepparttar 136339 "cutting edge" of innovation and experiences. If we ask our volunteers to dorepparttar 136340 same old thing inrepparttar 136341 same way we've always done them, we may lose them. Some volunteers are natural joiners. The need to belong is so strong that sometimes we "bite off more than we can chew."However, most volunteers have a deep sense of satisfaction when they belong to organizations they can identify with. Leaders who continually remind volunteers that their involvement is worthwhile and valued will keep volunteers involved. Volunteers must feel that they are doing something important and that they are accepted. This produces motivated, committed volunteers.

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Heidi Richards is the author of The PMS Principles, Powerful Marketing Strategies to Grow Your Business and 7 other books. She is also the Founder & CEO of the Women’s ECommerce Association, International (pronounced wee-kī) – an Internet organization that “Helps Women Do Business on the WEB.” Basic Membership is FREE. Ms. Richards can be reached at or

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