Reading numerology life path = 1 , believing in myself

You have a great faith in yourself that often achieves result despite great odds … yet at the same time, has you often accused of having an enormous ego. However, in your defense, it is that enormous ego that gives you the daring and courage to change everybody’s life for the better.

You have probably been born into one of two life paths. Either you have been born into wealth and privilege and coddled by lucky circumstances into becoming “great” in some way or you are thriving despite great challenges such as poverty and war. The number 1 is the number of the hero and this is why you find many disabled as well as super achievers (such as military leaders and business magnates) born under this life path number.

You are also usually blessed with good health, vitality and endless inspiration. Your number is very connected with the divine and you often feel especially connected to God or your subconscious mind. However, as you are such an individualist, this insistence on listening to your hunches often make you appear irrational or even insane to others, that is, until the direction of your gut instincts pays off and all benefit.

Although you are capable of rising to great heights when it comes to career or athletics, you are also capable of great falls. However, as you are also an innovative and resourceful individual you have the uncanny ability to “make lemons out of lemonade” and start again from scratch.

Despite your main personally blessing, you might also feel as if you face more challenges or obstacles in life than others do. Karmically, many number 1’s spend their early years learning not to be dependent on others as fate throws difficult relationships and situations their way. If you feel cursed or that you have a bad luck, that is very characteristic of number ones whose life lessons are usually about “letting go”, “releasing control” and  “overcoming great odds.”

As a number 1 you may also need to watch a tendency towards arrogance or over confidence. Many number ones stumble early in life because they have a habit of biting off more than they can chew.  Often you are perceived as odd, controlling or self-centered by others. However often these are traits are forgiven as others also recognize that your talents outshine those of the ordinary mortal.

Of all the numbers, you are the one that values individuality, privacy and ethics more than anything.  This is why so many of you become business, political and spiritual leaders. You tend to have faith in yourself, more than you do others, and make a better leader than a team player. You are best suited to occupations that allow you to work on your own or be the big boss.

Being a number 1, you are also likely to achieve some measure of fame in your life. This is because you are destined to be “the one that is loved by all” as opposed to  “the one that is loved by one other.” It sometimes takes number ones a lifetime to  realize that being adored by many is not such a bad thing.

Half of the americans wanted to be enterpreneurs, take action now

Despite all the challenges small businesses have faced in the past five years, seven out of 10 entrepreneurs would start their businesses all over again. Not only that, almost half of all Americans are harboring entrepreneurial dreams of their own.

That data comes in spite of the fact that the same new research to reveal those stats has also found that most small business owners say running their business has become more challenging in the past half-decade.

Overall, 59% of business owners said running a business is harder today, mainly because of the economy, new technologies and increased competition. Business owners also said they face new challenges in finding new customers, retaining existing customers and finding the time needed to finish tasks.

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Part of the challenge for business owners is that new technologies have both helped and hurt several aspects of their businesses. According to 30% of business owners, it is now easier to find new customers, mostly because it’s easier to market their businesses and customers are more responsive to marketing efforts. However, 35% of respondents said their ability to find customers has been hurt by competition and customers’ indifference to businesses’ marketing efforts.

Despite those challenges, respondents said they expect revenues this year to outperform those from last year. An increased customer interest in “shopping small” has become a saving grace for small business owners, the researchers found.

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“Supporting local [businesses] is a growing consumer trend,” said Gail Goodman, CEO of Constant Contact, which conducted the research of more than 900 respondents. “The national discussion about the importance of small business to our economic recovery has raised awareness, as have shop-local movements like Small Business Saturday. Local and mobile search is also making it easier for small businesses to reach consumers.”

Not only are customers looking to support local businesses — everyday people are also taking an idealistic view of launching their own businesses. Additional research by UPS found 48% of Americans said they dream about starting a small business, and 71% of small business owners said they would choose to open their business all over again.

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Those people didn’t say that on a whim, either. Of small business owners, 51% said they have been thinking about starting a business for more than two years, while 31% said they’ve been thinking about it for five or more years.

The research of more than 1,700 consumers and small business owners also offers those aspiring small business owners a bit of advice: 36% of small business owners said they must have faith in themselves if they hope to be successful.

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