The “Power Of Intuition” – An Underrated Business Skill
Many of us put our faith in what we can see, feel, hear, taste, or smell. “These are the things that exist,” we believe. This is the truth. Sure, our senses bind us to the world in an authentic and meaningful way (after all, being conscious of your body and the physical world around you is part of being present), but that doesn’t mean they’re the only tools we have.
Intuition’s strength lies in its ability to inspire you. You are leading yourself when you listen to your instinct. You’re establishing faith in the one person who will always be there for you. You’re learning to give yourself what you require rather than what you or others desire. Many of us put our faith in what we can see, feel, hear, taste, or smell. “These are the things that exist,” we believe. This is the truth.”
We cannot, and must not, overlook the importance of intuition. Let’s pretend you’re having lunch with a friend. He welcomes you with a smile, tells you about his day, and laughs at the funny stories you say.
Unlike our five senses, which enable us to take in tangible, measurable data from our environment, intuition is a product of our minds. Only you have access to your intuition, and only you can interpret it. Intuition is also subjective. In reality, intuition often contradicts observable evidence. Pay attention to your gut instincts. Take into account what your inner-self is doing. You are more capable than you believe.