Try to keep your focus today — as hard as that may be! There are plenty of distractions, some of them even welcome, but if you’re steadfast you can find ways to get your work done.
Heels were invented in the Middle East to help lift the foot from the burning sand.
Your boss is in a bad mood — and you aren’t sure that you understand why. If your job situation is such that you don’t really have a boss, you may have to worry about a different kind of authority figure.
The first indoor bowling lanes were built in New York City in 1840.
Let other people deal with their own drama — you’ve got better things to do! See if you can just indulge your colleagues and friends without actively involving yourself in their craziness.
Always think abut your second shot before you hit the first one. Shape your play around using your best clubs the most.
Seahorses can move one eye at a time.
Your emotional side is making a play for control today, so see if you can shake things up and show the world what’s really what. You can tell that this is the right way for you to go.
Eighteen holes should only take your about four hours to play. If you find yourself taking longer, cut down on the practice swings. They probably aren’t making a difference anyway.
The winner of the 1958 World Series was the New York Yankees in a seven game series over the Milwaukee Braves.
Your poetic sensibilities are shining through today — so make the most of this great energy and show someone how you really feel! It doesn’t have to be romance. Make a stand at work or with friends!
Today, June 7th, it is 72 and Sunny in Hamburg, Germany.
Your creative powers are peaking — so see if you can push yourself in a new direction! You should find that your colleagues or friends are more willing to indulge your fantastic speculation!
Better putters have learned to lower their heart rate just before the stroke. This helps ensure they have a calm, smooth delivery through the zone.
I wanted to remind all our readers about the Crash Proof Retirement™ Newsletter published bi-weekly by First Senior Financial Group. The Newsletter contains a section on Retirement Concerns, Financial News, and also a Crash Proof™ Principle that can help you develop your retirement strategy. For anyone approaching retirement, this Newsletter can be an invaluable resource. If you’ve ever attended a Crash Proof Retirement™ Educational Event, then you already know about the newsletter, but many of the people who read the Buzz, or have visited the Read More +
Go easy on whoever is irking you today — there’s just no need for you to rile them up and raise your own blood pressure even higher. Live and let live, and see how much better things can be!
Your low-key energy is perfect for domestic pursuits — and maybe for the right kind of romance! You’re not at your best at a singles bar, but if you can get a date over to your place, things should go well!
This news is somewhat dated, but I noticed that we never shared with the office the link to Profile Magazine, which featured our very own Phil Cannella and Joann Small in a story about their success in founding and running First Senior Financial Group, as well as Retirement Media Inc. Click the link below to check out the story that was published…. It’s a good read! Profile Magazine: A Sound Investment featuring Phil Cannella and Joann Small
Long irons have the least amount of loft.
You may be disappointed to learn that something you had believed turns out to be illusory — but it’s actually a big win for you! Now that you know what’s what, you can more easily move forward.
Something that’s hidden from you is just about to reveal itself — or get uncovered in the course of some entirely unrelated task. It’s a really good time for you to get ready for a surprise.
Splurge on that toy or gadget or expensive meal — you know you deserve it! Just don’t make a habit of it unless you’ve got a trust fund or some other means of replenishing your bank account.
Early morning greens are still damp and break less than later in the day when the greens are dry.
You are shaken up by some new plan or idea that doesn’t want to let go of your mind — even though you’ve got other things to do. Try to subdue it if you must, but it’s going to get you eventually!
Who needs a break? You do! Even if things are getting hectic at home or at work, you still need to carve out some down time so you can recharge your batteries for the next big surge.
Long irons and all woods need to be played forward in your stance.
Welcome to my new series in the Crash Proof™ Buzz. Your horoscope, if you are a Pisces!!!!! Yay!!!!!! Your colleagues need some new direction quickly — can you reach out to them in a way that they can appreciate? It’s a good time for you to reel them in and ensure that they all know what to expect.
Here at Crash Proof Retirement™, Phil Cannella and Joann Small are constantly getting feedback from consumers who are happy to be Crash Proof™. Here’s yet another example of one of these letters: From the letter: Joann & Phil, We enjoyed seeing you and Phil last week when we had our annual review. We appreciate being invited to Phil’s Crash Proof Retirement Show. Lou and I learned a lot from his presentation. I wanted to let you know that I am so glad that I made Read More +
It’s not my fault so much as it is the continued generosity among my coworkers. When you guys continue to bring in delicous treats, like the cheesecake seen below brought by Matt, I can’t help but leave a few droppings of deliciousness around my desk from time to time…. What can I say? I’m not the most graceful eater. In any case, thanks to all of you for keeping my hunger pains in check on a regular basis.
When you are chipping, to play a 100 yard pitch shot, play the ball in the middle of your stance and make a 3/4 swing.