Gong Xi Fa Cai, Happy Chinese New Year It’s The Year Of The Tiger!
People born in the Year of the Tiger are born leaders who walk and talk assertively and inspire. They’re courageous and energetic, love a challenge or competition and are prepared to take risks. According to the zodiac definition, Tigers are hungry for excitement and crave attention. A new year always provides an opportunity, and this year’s focus allows us to fine-tune our leadership skills wherever we are on the trajectory. The Tiger is permitting us to step into being authentic and bring about positive change for ourselves and others.
In 2020 the Year of the Rat was about survival, the Ox in 2021 was about anchoring ourselves in a new reality. So true. In 2022 we need to be brave, courageous, take calculated risks, and be adventurous to honour its characteristics. As enthusiasm and optimism emerge, professionally, personally, and for the world, everyone’s feeling more fired up, generosity is at an all-time high, and social progress feels possible again.
Another fun fact is the Tiger is associated with Yang, which is masculine, active energy, and no, you don’t have to be male for it to exist. Use this for good as it’s a driving force for making things happen. One last thing, this is no ordinary Tiger it’s the Water-Tiger, and as its name suggests, it’s emotional, bringing out more than any of the other elements, which nicely correlates with being authentic at work and in life. They’re also family and community-oriented and have excellent interpersonal relationships, which sit beautifully with social progress. Sounds like the perfect combination for a bright year ahead.
We’re welcoming the year of the Tiger and all it brings, saying good riddance to the Rat and the Ox—wishing you health, happiness, success, prosperity and bravery.