The way you schedule a meeting depends entirely on what you wish to accomplish. Follow these rules:
i If you hope the meeting will help you inaugurate a program, introduce a new set of goals, involve a staff member who hasn't previously participated in this area, or make a case for organizational change, schedule the meeting when the Moon is New or, at minimum, waxing.
i If you want the meeting to reach a final decision about an issue that's been on the table many times before, schedule it for a time when the Moon is close to full. Full Moons can be times of high emotion. They're very illuminating — they reveal that which has been hidden and they bring things to a head. If that's what you have in mind, go ahead.
i Make sure the Moon isn't void-of-course and that Mercury isn't retrograde.
On the other hand, if you're scheduling a meeting to discuss a proposal you thoroughly oppose, here's what to do:
1 Schedule the meeting during a waning Moon, preferably during the last few days of the lunar cycle.
i Make certain that the Moon is void-of-course. Many ideas may be floated at the meeting. Much discussion may occur. But guess what? Nothing will come of any of it.
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