Change to obtain quality work.
Being able to help, without making decisions.
Time will need to be spent. Seek assistance and clarify the situation by identifying the problems. The others will be of great help in finding a solution.
Give pointers to the student who asks oneself questions, but delay before answering to the thoughtless questions. That way the student will rely on their judgment.
Something is coming, look forward to it with confidence rather than going and see.
One cannot continue like this because others are not inclined to remain passive. Do not use force to conclude. Entrust a mediator.
To solve their problems, one will need discipline and continuity.
Sharing a common vision. Hesitations can lead to regrets.
Something is not yet visible but will be revealed later.
One is committed with confidence, in the long term and with a simple goal, without looking for outside help.
Organizing, planning one's work.
Problems prevent the progress. The best solution would be to leave.
Making oneself available. Disregarding one's opinions. A general agreement is unlikely.
One ensures that the needs are being satisfied if the resources are available.
One shall not provoke with initiatives.
Youth is able to mobilize. It is a period of indecision that one will leave by getting involved.
When one cheers others up, one is joined by them.
One needs to abandon their affairs and make oneself available to patiently soften one's most embarrassing flaws, so that one can inspire confidence and be engaged by those who can help them.
One calls the younger ones to take responsibility for their choices.
Going to see and be seen.
One would like to meet but must respect the choice of others.
One doesn't let oneself be dazzled by tempting offers.
A decline that can be contained by drawing on one's reserves.
One returns to see the results of one's action.
When one overlooks the future, one will not see what is coming.
See if everything is alright. That way, one will find the invisible problems.
One supplies as needed.
One goes on their own if necessary. Stick to the essential.
When problems are too difficult, one tries to work around them.
Patience leads to success.
When one helps others, they come.
One must be careful before committing oneself, after one must continue.
Before leaving, one must hand over the baton.
One does not let their thoughts derail.
Answers come naturally.
One isolates oneself to correct the situation.
One nurtures their relationships by maintaining contact.
One must revisit a misunderstanding if one wants to dispel it. If needed, one can seek advice. One may abandon the small differences.
Solving a difficulty requires a patient study. If one fails, one will receive help after showing that one has done one's best.
One makes progress by abandoning what limited them.
One loses one's support and abandons. Accepting the constraints will arouse sympathy.
Looking for what can be improved.
The case must be clearly stated, shouting is dangerous. Explain the situation to your entourage. Avoid any brutality, do not turn away.
One must not abuse hospitality.
The responsibility of a group requires foresight, perseverance and availability.
One is guided until one reaches knowledge.
Circumstances or appearances play against one. Justifying oneself is useless, one will be understood later.
One distributes one's action according to a plan.
Renewal is necessary when shortcomings are identified and a replacement plan is in place. One will then have an interest in making the changes. Forget about regrets.
One is called upon to serve others.
Something is coming which enables the identification of a problem.
One recognizes that it is time to stop because one needs to feed oneself.
One invites their kind to overcome constraints by associating.
One defends one's interests by making oneself useful.
One prepares to face the requests. After review, the decisions will be implemented and verified. Unreasonable requests will not be considered.
One restores order to find.
One goes after having been solicited.
Wait before committing oneself. A simple proposal is enough. One wants to know what the other desires before responding.
One endures separation without opposing it by force.
One does not go further.
One must show patience because one is asked to make progress.
One checks before going out.
One can make some improvements so as not to see the decline.
One must show patience and act only in full knowledge of the facts. One is attentive and warns one's relatives.