We see this beautiful transition from The Hanged Man to The Emperor. Check out that leg positioning. Cute that on the other side of a card about changing perspective is a changed perspective of himself! Today, he sits upon a thrown and instead of his staff holding him upside down, he wields It and he looks back (toward the past) as he synthesizes his wisdom and knowledge to add structure and order to his current incarnation. His hands have gone from bound to holding 2 different forms of power. From being nude and vulnerable, he is now appropriately clothed with just the right amount of his skin exposed. He has sufficient resources, but JUST enough (2 disks). What is interesting about that imagery is that in the Hanged man there is more money 3 disks, but in the Emperor card the money is more effective, more prominent and more balanced. It speaks to learning to allocate resources. That is an important trait of a good leader. What else do you pull from the transition from The Hanged Man of yesterday to The Emperor of today?