At times, you may face situations where you don’t know how to act, or react to a specific scenario, and even more awkward, you take a decision while you really don’t know why you just picked that specific one, or how to explain its reasons… All you know is that it’s simply the “right” decision and the “right” thing to do at that particular time / situation… You just have a Feeling!
Over many years of psychology and studies on how the brain works and how we behave the way we do, several and several theories have been formed, but mostly all of them were in favor of this one “Our Brain is Fascinating!” , now although I would love to talk and talk about my researches on that topic, This week’s post is only a Tip 🙂
When you speak with experienced managers about their judgments on some specific business scenarios, they will often tell you that they have built a TRUST foundation with their intuition! when in doubt, they trust their intuition, because it somehow has the answers. And the same goes if you speak with an engineer, a computer programmer, a mother or virtually anyone who is aware of his or her intuition.
“I don’t know how to explain it to you… I just Know that it’s how we should response to this situation! Trust me on this…” is a sentence that comes from a very well experienced leader… You see your brain holds all of your memories, your experience and possibly everything that you’ve learned in your personal and professional life… And when you face a specific situation… Your Sub-conscience tries to communicate with you to tell you how to act… 🙂
So this week’s tip, is simple… Trust your Intuition… it’s the Inner YOU talking to back at you… a Big Cocktail of information, facts, emotions, books, articles, movies, songs, discussions, images, sounds… and many more all Blend together at the speed of 2,000,000 (yes 2 Million) thought per second, to help you out.
So when in Doubt… Improvise and trust the inner you!
Have a great week!
Samer Chidiac is a Sr. Strategist, Author & an International Innovation Expert.
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