Tarot narrative for 29 June: step away and up
You’re feeling somewhat lost, stranded, forgotten. There’s aspects of being rejected and you being the rejecter as you move on. So it can all feel a bit personal and uncomfortable. It’s time to get some distance, step away, step up from the worry and emotion of it all. Realise it’s all fine at the highest view and it’s okay not to know all of what’s next. Be curious, open, all seeing from that wider vantage point and try not be too hard on yourself. There’s opportunities to soar and connect that herald far brighter horizons. #tarotnarrative#eachdayajourney
Reading notes: Cards: Mother (Queen) of Swords and Five of Pentacles from The Wild Unknown Tarot deck and #3 Between Worlds from the Wisdom of the Oracle.
Book notes: I’m reading ‘Love Warrior’ by Glennon Doyle Melton and these words I just read feel like an answer for today: “And when I need to work anything out, I turn to the blank page. There, no one can steal my pain or try to poison my knowing, and there I always have the final word in my own story.” #quietwriting
Indra Nooyi is the current chairperson and CEO of PepsiCo, the second largest food and drink business in the world, and has been for the past 11 years. She was born and raised in Madras a town in India. She performed excellently in school and received her bachelors degree in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathmatics from Madras Christian College and received her MBA from Indian Institue of Managment Calcutta. She went into the work force after that, getting a job in a management position at Johnson & Johnson and textile firm Mettur Beardsell. But she soon after was admitted to the Yale School of Management and got her masters in Public and Private management. She stayed in the US after recieving her masters and joined PepsiCo in 1994. She was named the CFO in 2001 and the CEO in 2006. She's on a roller coaster that only goes up people. Since she was named the CFO in 2001 the company's annual net profit has risen from $2.7 billion to $6.5 billion, that's a lot more money. She has been on Time's 100 most influential people list twice, was on Wall Street Journal's list of 50 women to watch twice, and Forbes named her the #3 most powerful woman in 2008 and #13 in 2014, Fortune ranked her #1 most powerful woman in business twice in 2009 and 2010, and in 2015 she was ranked 2nd on Fortune's most powerful women list. She lead PepsiCo's global strategy for over a decade, successfully advised their restructuring, and lead them to merge with other food companies like Tropicana and Quaker Oats Company. When she was named CEO in 2006 she became the 5th CEO the company has ever had in their 44 year history, but in our minds she is by far the most successful. #amazing#pepsi#indranooyi#womantalkwednesday#wcw
El día de hoy comparto contigo el Audio#3 de nuestra semana del Emprendimiento.
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