I remain uncertain if any of us quite appreciate the importance of trust. We retain the unconscious position that trust is black and white with others while an ever expanding gray area in ourselves. Trust webinars, books, and conferences prevail upon us at an increasing rate when the need for trust in those particularly in top roles continues to reign elusive beyond lip service. In the Ben..
We can become cloaked in our fears to the point that we can’t see the possibilities around us. Everyone isn’t out to get us. There are people cheering for us to be victorious. The problem is …. that we are in our own way.
We live in an age where our lives are often punctuated by disasters, through moments when what we were certain we knew of our lives, of our relationships, meets a threatening truth. we're captivated by a state of unnecessary whining, in which absolutely everyone takes
It’s time to listen to our instincts and follow our intuition.
I believe my intuition has spoken to me many times long before my analytical mind had a chance to notice the signs or pick up on the subtle signals that must have been swirling about me.
Have you ever had something like this happen to you?
Maybe it wasn't as dramatic as my thinking it and then it appeared, but I'm sure you've had “gut reactions” or intuitive feelings that have guided your decisions — or should have.
Intuition isn't a skill just within the purview of mystics. We all possess it, and it is a well-researched phenomenon revealing that our brains have an amazing ability to pick up on patterns and respond to them in a nanosecond in the form of intuitive insights.
On today’s episode of Greatness is Within You by Lucy Kovalova-Woods, we talk with author Shannon Wallbran on how to find our calling and follow our intuition.
What if we are instead marching more towards mediocrity than success. Avoiding failure and success. The slow ebb of normalizing mediocrity.
What if we convinced ourselves that we were putting it all out there and giving it everything we had despite knowing that we weren't? We'd still get the pats on the back and could walk away from it lamenting for all to hear "it just wasn't meant to be." Then we could go back to what we knew content with failure until it becomes routine.