Silver Jewelry As a Present For Different Occasions

Holidays and special occasions are fast approaching, It is indeed a perfect idea to start looking for your present for your special someone, friend, relatives and family. Silver jewelry, I can say is one of the most valuable and surprising gift your love one can receive. For any occasion, silver jewelry will never be outdated.

Silver jewelry works for any types of clothing and skin tone, with its huge available supply and affordability from head to toe surely you can get a set of jewelry without compromising its quality. Like silver earrings, rings, bracelets, brooches, watches, necklaces and anklets.

In terms of present or giveaway for wedding occasion, a piece of silver bracelet engraved with “thank you” is a very sentimental piece your visitor or sponsor could received. It is a sign of appreciating their presence, witnessing one of the most important part your life. Your next chapter of building your own family.

Silver jewelry such pendant and chains of bracelet is another appreciative present for parent to receive for their new born child, a”Christening Present”. The parent can let their child grow up with your bracelet, always remembering you as the child’s godparent. Who promises to help raise the child in a Christian manner.

Regardless of the cost, any woman will be delightful to receive a silver jewelry for her birthday. It is the nature of women to put sentimental value to a gift from someone who appreciates her, especially if its something you personalized or “something given with effort”.

There is a wide collection of silver jewelry you can choose from to be a birthday present, but mostly for a friend, they prefer a bracelet engraved with words they can’t personally say how much that person means to them. Silver bracelets ranges from simple to a more decorative styles with crystals, diamonds, semi-precious stones or silver pendant as well.

For a Silver Wedding Anniversary present, a silver ring is a meaningful present you can give to your wife. Spending a quarter of a century or 25 years in love with one person is to be celebrated. Make it a memorable anniversary full of silver by making use of silver decorations.

Christmas and Valentines are fast approaching everyone is busy looking after with their gift to be wrapped for their families, friends and special someone. A stunning silver ring, earring, bracelet, watch, anklet, pendant and necklace are few of the many things you can wrap as a present of love. Make it a habit of giving a present, without expecting something in return, you may never know until when you will be together. So start to appreciate that person today. Even a small piece of pendant stringed on a simple ribbon can be a stunning present. Make everyday Christmas.

Past, Present & Future – Learning to Move Past Regret!

The process of learning to love life is one which involves the detoxification of elements which hinder your personal growth. Many people believe they are happy and fully content with it all, but when you peel back some the layers of the surface, they hare hoarding feelings deeply seeded in past regret.

How do we move past regret? The truth is regret originates from the growth process itself. With time and experience, we gain the knowledge and wisdom, which creates feelings of anxiety over past decisions today. I call that the “what if” syndrome. We often say “what if I had done that, what if I stayed in that relationship, what if I had stayed at that job or what if I could find that person”. The truth is those ‘what ifs’ are taking up precious time in your life.

Learning to let go of the past is difficult, I understand, but it is essential. You must trust your past decisions as they were at that time regardless of how you have reevaluated the situation in the present. The decisions we made in the past help us to grow and understand our mistakes. When you made a decision over a decade ago, you cannot rebirth the outcome. Learn to accept the outcome as a lesson that has enhanced your life in a positive way regardless of how you view its effect.

In the present, stay away from the elements that serve as the source of your regret from the past. For example, if you let your brother borrow $500 from you ten years ago and he never paid you back, if he asks you today to borrow $500 today, would you let him borrow the money? The past experience has shaped the way you think today. Today, you make conscious decisions that will not create the same result as those in the past. Why? Because your past has shaped your thought process for you avoid the same outcome. You can face situations with confidence and create effective plans based upon experience.

But in the future, the reality is you must prepare for change and further growth. Take a moment to evaluate the outcome of today’s decisions and its potential effect on your future. In the scenario provided, if you lend your brother another $500, do you think he will pay you back? Do you think that it will cause conflict in the future if he did not pay back the debt? Do you think that he will wait another ten years to borrow more money? The choice is yours.

Your past is the past and there is nothing that can change past circumstances, however, learning how to overcome past regret is the key to developing a healthy mindset which will allow you to experience growth in every aspect of your life. And remember, now is the time to leap out on faith and dare to live out your dreams…..

Continued Prosperity!

I am a serial entrepreneur who is committed to working with others to dream big and give up the idea of a ‘can’t do’ mentality. By the age of 26, I was operating my first business out of my living room. I learned the art of networking, marketing and life skills by surrounding myself with people who represented success and the principles that I was seeking. I eliminated all of the negative forces that gave up on my vision and created an inner circle of winners. Today, I carry these same principles throughout every aspect of my life and I am committed to coaching others who are ‘pregnant’ with a dream on how to transition in to the birthing process. I live by the principle that it is time to leap out on faith and dream big!

To Succeed When Negotiating Use Questions Strategically To Go From Despondency To Euphoria

When you negotiate, do you use questions strategically, to go from despondency to euphoria? During negotiations, some negotiators become despondent, because they don’t know how to answer questions.

During a negotiation, your emotional perspective and the way you respond to questions determine the flow and outcome of the negotiation. If you wish to become more adept at negotiating, you must use questions to control the flow of the negotiation.

Become better positioned to achieve successful outcomes in your negotiations, by considering the following information.

1. How should you respond to questions and control the flow of the negotiation?

• To control the flow of a negotiation, only answer questions that are pertinent to your position. If a question is posed that could support your position, but you feel it might be the source of potential friction, consider acknowledging it with a gesture and ask that it be put aside until another phase of the negotiation. If the question is not appropriate to advance your position, don’t lend credence to it. Ignore it. You can use a shrug of the head, or some other nonverbal gesture, to dismiss it.

2. Use questions to answer questions, as a way of directing and controlling the flow of a negotiation.

• Another way to alleviate your despondency when confronted with questions is to respond by asking a question (e.g. Question asked of you – What’s the per unit cost? Your response – Is the per unit cost important to you?). If you have control of the negotiation, the other negotiator will be obligated to answer your question, while forgoing a response to his own. While he’s answering your question(s), you’re gathering more information and controlling the flow of the negotiation.

3. Use body language to convey your questions succinctly and with authority.

• In order to have your question(s) perceived with authority, be sure your body language is synchronized with the manner by which you pose questions (e.g. If a question is meant to put the other negotiator in a somber mood, consider presenting your question in a manner that represents such a demeanor. In essence, don’t smile if you’re trying to make the other negotiator experience dread, unless you’re attempting to be sinister.)

If you want to experience the euphoric feeling one has when reaching a successful negotiation outcome, enhance your abilities to use questions as a strategic negotiation tool. Once you acquire the skill to direct the negotiation with questions, you’ll increase the positive outcomes of your negotiations… and everything will be right with the world. Remember, you’re always negotiating.

The Negotiation Tips Are…

• The ranges of emotions experienced in a negotiation are tied directly to how you answer and ask questions. Answer questions with this thought in mind.

• Negotiators experience a wide range of emotions, promoted by the questions posed. In order to become a better negotiator, learn to use questions strategically.

• By posing and responding to questions strategically, you decrease the potential for despondency and improve your chances of reaching a successful outcome.