Emperor Ru Yi ScepterThis scepter, usually held by deities or emperors is a strong symbol of power and blessings. Useful for those in the managerial position or those who wish to ascend in status and credibility. It's said that the owner of this will have the leadership and charisma of a successful emperor/deity (for Managers/Leaders), or for those who are working under a superior: an increase in display of capability to manage and handle things. You'll be surprised by how many people here in asia secretly keep this. Optimally placed on your work table.
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