Wouldn't it be great if we all had a crystall ball we could gaze into and know-really know-what was going to happen next? Well, we can't-at least, most of us don't have that ability. But a few people are gifted that way-so gifted, they make a living advising clients about what they see. Now, I understand many people don't believe psychics can possibly know anything, and if you're one of those, fine; you can read this just for fun (or turn the page). But if you're even slightly curious about what a few professional psychics predict for 2002, read on.
I want to thank my friend Elaine S. Peck for sharing her own insights as well as those of her business consultant colleagues Georgia Hunt and Carroll Aieleen. (I talked to Elaine at the beginning of November.)
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