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Instinct and Decision Making: When "Going with Your Gut" Spells Trouble
Founder, Leadership for a Responsible Society
How My Gut Instincts Gave Me a Second Chance at a Good Life
My friends back in New York often make remarks about how different I am now. I am different now, I needed to change. They mention how much happier I seem since I made my move, built a family, and began finding success in my dream career. I am happier, I deserve to be.
GPS FOR THE SOUL
How to Unlock the Magic of Synchronicity
Author, "The Healers Trilogy"
Here are three ways you can open the floodgates of synchronicity and allow your life to naturally flow in the best direction for you:
Sometimes I Hate My Guts
I make things for people who make things.
Maybe trusting gut instincts aren't just for hippies or self-actualized, spiritual realists. Maybe those feelings happen because we're smarter than we think we are. We all come wired to make better decisions if we will just shut up and listen to our guts.
Artist, writer, musician, student of the world
As I've started to explore more outside of urban radio and hip hop blogs for inspiring and interesting music, I've been pulled in what feels like a thousand different directions. Dozens of musical genres float in and out of my musical landscape on a daily basis.
40 Ways to Practice Self-Kindness
Because Kindness Changes Everything...
As we all know modern life can be
stressful. With so many demands on our time, through juggling family, work and friends, it can be a little difficult to give ourselves the attention that we really need and deserve.
How to Become a Star
Hollywood Acting Teacher, CEO Trainer & Author.
Some people come into Show Business for all the wrong reasons. Their goal is just to become famous. This will not work. They're not really interested in any training or the acting process. They are trying to use the idea of acting to compensate for an invisible and disconnected life.
What It Takes To Be The Boss
How to Say 'No' in Business and Your Personal Life
Founder and CEO of Women Empowered
Being able to assert yourself and knowing "when to say when" is a trait that many wish to possess. Those who do possess this admirable quality can attest to the ongoing benefits of saying "no," not only in their business lives but in their personal lives as well.
Your Brain Will Thank You For Reading This Article
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Trust Your Instinct, It Means You No Harm
Expedition Leader, Walk the Congo Expedition
Judith E. Glaser
CEO, Benchmark Communications, Inc.; chairman, The Creating WE...
We instinctively want to do well, to contribute, and to be included on the winning team. Yet many organizations often become harvesters of politics, power, control, arrogance, and egos that fill them with invisible signs saying, "don't go there," "you can't do this" and "you don't know that."
Professor, Tufts University; Author
We may gravitate toward a world view based on stable personality type -- one populated by unambiguously good and bad apples -- but we don't know people as well as we think we do.
What Hurricane Sandy Can Teach Us About the Principle of Thought
Founder of Inner Sports, Author
In the wake of Sandy, I've been reflecting on the relatively upbeat and supportive mood around here and what it can teach us: Specifically, these questions: How come we can't pull together like this all the time?
Impatience as Digital Virtue
Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, RIT
In environments where Google creates new kinds of searchers, Amazon creates new kinds of readers and Apple create new kinds of digital companionship, just what kinds of human capital do these innovations create?
That Voice in Your Head
I'm happy to say I've been able to develop a friendly, respectful, even grateful relationship with that voice which I depend upon as a wise editor. In fact, I've given my editor a name: Andy. I just told Andy to pipe the hell down because I feel I have a very good answer to your question.
Choking on Thought
Founder, The Skinny On book series and Street Smarts
Does President Obama Use the Genius of His Instincts?
Dr. Hendrie Weisinger
Psychologist, consultant, speaker, author of Performing Under ...
I don't know about you but I'd bet that when all is said and done, President Obama will be evaluated as a great President. My confidence is based on the fact that he is using the genius of his instincts, and that will enhance all of our lives!
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