Tag: listen to your gut
Unlock your hidden potential and release your creative beast with these 10 simple questions. You can discover your hidden natural talents and evolve in creative genius within a couple of minutes all you have to do is to listen to your intuition, free your creativity and write down your thoughts.
When we want to take a decision we usually rely on our critical and logical thinking completely forgetting about our sixth sense – our intuition. Some call it “gut feeling” or “gut instinct”, I like to call it my the sound of my inner voice. Our intuition is a precognitive knowledge that helps us make decisions, avoid danger and live in a more authentic way. In other words, “gut instinct” is our best life guidance. Of course the best way to make a conscious decision is to combine gut instinct with critical and logical thinking. So be mindful, listen to your gut and use your logical reasoning and you should be fine.
How we can tell if we are compatibible with someone else? Is there any simple and effective way to understand this social phenomenon? Yes, it is and this article will help you to find out if you are compatible with other person. So next time when you meet someone new you will know immediately if this person is compatible with you or not.
Making mistakes it’s essential part of learning process. But to be able to learn your life lesson first you need to admit that you’ve made a mistake and figure out what this situation tells you about the person you are and how you can use this particular mistake into your advantage. This post explain why we shouldn’t see our mistakes as failures and how we can grow from these wrong decisions and evolve into the best version of ourselves.
We live in a busy world full of distractions which makes difficult to focus on particular tasks. Just think about it how often do you check your social media accounts or watch youtube channels during your working hours? I bet, you do it very often, so do I. BUt is distraction always a bad thing? Or maybe we can benefit from being distracted sometimes? This post responds to this tricky question!