This is the sign that you need to step up and become a leader in all areas of your life.
The tarot card of the day is the reversed Six of Wands.
Some people are destined for greatness. Today, the reversed Six of Wands is calling you to claim yours.
You may be happy and content with how you live your life. So, the idea of taking a leadership role may sound absurd. Trading your comfortable seat at the table for something that requires enormous responsibility and energy? Why?
There is only one explanation: the universe is still writing your story when you thought you were a closed book.
Perhaps you've spent the last ten years at the same trading firm. Maybe you and your partner have been waiting to have a baby. Or perhaps you've been asking yourself when it's finally your turn to get the big promotion.
Are you ready? Let's explore what the Six of Wands reversed means.
Everything Has Two Sides – Embrace Both with Grace
Every coin has two sides. Like the Six of Wands, there is always an up and a down to everything in life.
A wise leader attracts admiration from others but also is regarded with unrealistic expectations. Being a leader is a great responsibility, but being "on" all of the time can be exhausting for anyone.
The idea of being in the spotlight might scare you. That is natural. Hey, nobody says being a leader is a walk in the park. But great rewards are waiting for you. If you can handle the pressure, The Six of Wands tarot card reversed will bring many opportunities your way.
Today, The Six of Wands reversed encourages you to embrace this new role. This is an excellent time for you to begin taking charge and showing the world what you're made of. But remember, there must be a reason why others want to follow your lead.
What Do You Bring to the Table?
This is the ultimate question to ask all potential leaders. What can you do to help the greater good? It's not just about what you get out of it. As a leader, your actions will have an impact on others.
The reversed Six of Wands is a call for you to find your voice. Do not hesitate to do things outside the box and break away from conventional thought. The world is ready for change, and they need a fresh voice to guide them.
It's okay if you're feeling lost. Relax and take some time to meditate. What's your specialty? How are you unique?
To be in a position of power, you don't have to know all the answers to a problem. It all comes down to having faith in yourself and what you can do. When you show others that you're secure in who you are, they will be more likely to follow your lead.
Owning Your Vision and Leading the Way
Bringing a fresh vision as a leader is one thing, but owning it is another. The reversed Six of Wands reminds you that you need to be confident in your ideas and have the courage to stand up for what you believe in.
Your ideas might be met with criticism at first, but don't give up. The people who matter will eventually see the value in what you're trying to achieve. As long as your intentions are good and you believe in your actions, there is no reason to doubt yourself.
As a new successor to the throne, your leadership style might differ from what others are used to. No doubt there will be some bumps and protests along the way. Show others that you're open to hearing their concerns, but be firm in your decision-making.
Sit down and start trading opinions with other potential leaders. You can talk to a newly elected official or even a father who leads his home. The goal here is to get to know people with different experiences as a leader. Use this as an opportunity to learn about what it means to be a good leader.