Top 5 Habits of Highly Effective Owls

1. Be vocal, make yourself heard!

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Here’s what I think about that!

Communicating your ideas is crucial to protecting your territory and finding your mate.

2. Have fun…a smile goes a long way!

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Smile and the world smiles with you!

Whether hunting or mating, find ways to enjoy what you’re doing and you’ll be successful regardless of the outcome.

3. Spread your wings once in a while!

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Let’s Dance!

No owl ever got anywhere without leaving the perch.

4. Don’t be afraid of the dark…

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and don’t fear the reaper!

Nights are your friend, you can find everything you need under cover of darkness. When the sleepy world awakes show them what you’ve found!

5. Look ahead…that’s where you’re going!

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Eyes wide open and ready to take on the world!

To be a highly effective owl you must always be at least two moves ahead. And yet remember the call of that wise old owl from the Rubaiyat ’tis all a checker board of nights and days, which destiny with owls as pawns plays, and here and there moves, mates and slays, and one by one back in the tree hollow lays’. Time is on the wing, make your move now, GO! GO! GO!

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