Magazine article Success

Ignite Intuition: Analyze Your Motives to Discover Greater Meaning

Magazine article Success

Ignite Intuition: Analyze Your Motives to Discover Greater Meaning

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When they told me this issue of SUCCESS was aimed especially at empowering women, I couldn't help but think of one of the great natural strengths of so many of my friends of the fairer sex: intuition.

Experience tells us that women are more intuitive when reading others' feelings and emotions. That's interesting because I know that one of the main drivers of understanding your individual purpose in life is having a clear sense of one's own feelings and emotions. Intuition is knowing or sensing without the use of rational processes. Call it a hunch, or your sixth sense--it's when you simply know you were meant to walk a certain path or make a specific decision. You don't know why you know, you just do.

It's meant a lot to me in my own life. When I let my intuition guide me while speaking before a crowd, I fall into a state of uncomplicated joy, knowing that I am making a difference in these people's lives. I forget to look at the clock because I am in an effortless flow, doing what I love. Adding value to the world costs you nothing, but will earn you everything.

Listening to and following your instincts is key to becoming purpose-driven. When you live with purpose, you become more intentional about what you do and how you do it. While many people depend on hard data, schooling and experience to make decisions, I invite you to remain open to what your intuition might be telling you, especially if it's different from what logic indicates. There will also be times when you simply don't have enough information to make a good decision--what do you do then? …

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