Trusting Our Intuition

Trusting Our Intuition

Welcome to this edition of the Weekly Circle—where we start the week with a few ideas that make us think.

This week, we’re thinking about Intuition. Best selling author and security expert Gavin De Becker puts it best: 

Intuition is always right in at least two important ways: It is always in response to something and it always has your best interest at heart.

"I wished I trusted myself more on decisions." I used to find myself asking myself this constantly about literally everything. But we STILL try to find evidence. Gathering this data helps convince our logical side agree with our "gut feelings". And that's cool, you need that balance. The best advice that has helped my decision-making ability was to trust my gut. 

 

We'd love to hear from you!

When was the last time you trusted your intuition? What do you feel inside that helps you make better decisions?
 



A few things for you to click on:

🎥  How do you learn to trust your gut more? What kind of intuitive person are you? These two videos break down how you can harness the power of trusting your gut.

📖  For most people the work of honing their intuition requires only small, habitual changes. How do we get started? Melody Wilding, a high-performance coach and human behavior professor weighs in.

📰  KPMG reports that 70% of Global CEOs trust their intuition over data-driven insights in the past three years because the insights contradicted their own experience or intuition. How that?
 

That's all for now. I hope you have an amazing week ahead :)

Warmly,
Jesal

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