Every living creature on the planet has its own biological rhythm — a sequence of phases of activity and inactivity defined evolutionally, physiologically and often situationally. When you say that today is not your day and ascribe your failures to such abstract concepts as luck, fortune and fate, you make a somewhat erroneous assumption. Feeling cheerful and looking confident is much more important than holding your fingers crossed in the pocket. And since your behavior is largely determined by your daily, weekly and yearly biorhythm, it’s important to know at which point of your power graph you are before undertaking anything serious.
Biorhythms Calculator 2010 is an easy to use tool based on a complex algorithmic apparatus that calculates the most and least favorable periods of your day, week, month and year based on a number of your personal parameters. You can view the results of these calculations in several fully customizable and interactive formats, including graphs, tables, a calendar, reports and a timeline, and also export them to Outlook to schedule your most important meetings and negotiations on the best and most active days! The program lets you generate detailed biorhythm reports with charts and tips and send them to your printer with a single click of your mouse. The list of features offered by Biorhythms Calculator 2010 is impressive, so you should definitely try this unusual and potentially life-changing software in action. Don’t let pure luck guide you through your life — plan ahead wisely, be aware of your bad days and use your best ones to the max!
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