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Learning The Habits Of Those Who Trust Their Intuition

CC BY 2.0 flicker sekesan Habits of People Who TRUST THEIR HTPITIO IS INTUITION THE KEY TO MAKING THE RIGHT DECISIONS? TRUST YOUR GUT 62% 50% of Business executives often rely on gut feelings of Americans trust their gut to tell them what's true LEVELS of Thought Instinct Analytical thinking An innate inclination toward a particular behavior in respomse to a certain stimulus Intentional, organized, conscious thoughts Hardwired in the body from birth (feed from mother, run from danger, etc.) Intuition or “gut feeling" Used to find the best or most accurate solution to a problem A natural, thoughtless process that requires no analysis or deep thinking Unconsciously developed over time from patterns in our experiences and beliefs WE'RE CONDITIONED TO IGNORE OUR INTUITION "Don't be emotional" "Just look at the facts" "Weigh all your options" Intuition can be trained out of children if they are People can be intuition -stunted if they Told that adults are always right Fail to grow emotionally Live in fear of danger or abuse Never given leisure time to explore their own mind or interests Never learn to trust themselves or others Forced to hug adults they don't know or trust "Tve trusted the still, small voice of intuition my entire life. And the only time I've made mistakes is when I didn't listen." Oprah Winfrey August 2011 issue of 0: The Oprah Magazine CC BY 2.0 by aphrodite-in-nyc HOW INTUITION WORKS Possibly more reliable than thẻ thinking mind Faster than the thinking mind Subjects were asked to choose between four decks of cards to gamble with: German and U.S. students were asked which city was larger: Study: Study: & DETROIT Michigan MILWAUKEE two that turned up consistent profits two that were riskier Wisconsin The BODY figured it out: The INTUITIVE MIND figured it out: The CONSCIOUS MIND figured it out: GERMAN STUDENTS JUST PICKED THE ONE THEY'D HEARD ABOUT MOST: U.S. STUDENTS OVERTHOUGHT THEIR ANSWER: After drawing. 10 RISKY CARDS: After drawing. 50 RISKY CARDS: After drawing. 80 RISKY CARDS: 90% CORRECT 60% CORRECT Subjects displayed physical signs of anxiety Subjects chose to switch to safer decks Subjects could explain why they switched WOMEN'S INTUITION: WOMEN MAKE MORE SUCCESSFUL INTUITIVE DECISIONS Female BRAINS Female ANCESTORS Evolved with a stronger ability to organize environmental information and read nonverbal cues in others Needed to ensure not only their own survival, but also their children's HISTORICAL INTUITION MADELEINE L'ENGLE A Wrinkle 44 ВСЕ 1936 in Time 1962 Calpurnia, wife of Julius Caesar, dreams of her husband's assassination and urges him not to go to the senate, where On a hunch, automobile tycoon Charles Howard purchases an underweight colt named Seabiscuit, who goes on to become one of the greatest racehorses in history After being rejected by dozens of publishers, Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle In Time is picked up by John Farrar of Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, which had not published children's books before he goes anyway and is killed It's not magic: It's not magic: It might be magic Calpurnia was unconsciously reacting to the tensions and signs of political dissent brewing in the Roman Empire Howard's business savvy and military cavalry training gave him the experience to recognize a gifted horse and a sound financial bet "Don't try to comprehend with your mind. Your minds are very limited. Use your intuition." -Madeleine L'Engle USE YOUR INTUITION TO YOUR BEST ADVANTAGE How to Listen to Your Intuition How to Balance Intuition and Logic Sort your assumptions and made-up expectations from facts and evidence Notice your body's reactions Understand that your intuition wants whatever you value most prosperity, happiness, Ask yourself if you have prejudices that might be getting in the way changes in heartbeat, breathing, muscle tension and health Your intuition could be signaling that even though a decision seems logical, it won't bring you closer to your core goals Intuition is informed by what you've learned from previous experiences, but history doesn't always repeat itself "Truly successful decision making relies on a balance between deliberate and instinctive thinking" Malcolm Gladwell author of Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking C BY 2.0 by Pop!Tecn Intuition and Business Supplementing your instincts with structure and management FOLLOW YOUR FOLLOW YOUR INTUITION HEAD WHEN WHEN Working in rapidly changing, high-stakes environments Working under public or regulatory scrutiny Performing tasks you have done many times before Doing something you have never done before Brainstorming or discussing business with partners or coworkers Hiring new talent or delegating work to employees "Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehouw already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary" Steve Jobs 2005 Stanford Commencement speech CC BY 2.0 by mattbuGh Your intuition might just be trying to tell you how to make better decisions-are you ready to listen? Sources:'.html presented by: Project Manágement DEVELOPED BY N NOWSOURCING PIS.F.C.CAES VX PARIAHE

Learning The Habits Of Those Who Trust Their Intuition

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People who trust their intuition have a few different habits from those who don't. Learn more about the merits of trusting your intuition!




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