Successful entrepreneurs, business leaders, athletes, and creative professionals alike will admit that gut instinct or intuition has often given them an edge. Everyone has some sense of gut feeling or intuition. For instance, recall a time when you made a decision based on fact only to have a gnawing feeling that something was amiss. Sure enough, when the results unfolded, your intuition ended up being correct and you literally kicked yourself for not listening to your gut.
One of the latest trends in business is to become adept in emotional intelligence which is a subset of a greater power called intuition. The left-brained nomenclature has allowed intuition to become widely recognized and accepted in the corporate world as a viable skill set to harness.
Once research demonstrated that intuition was a highly useful skill in the 1980s, it has become more and more accepted as a management strategy. Intuition is defined as the subconscious ability to integrate information from both sides of our brain. It is simply an extension of sound decision making. Intuition as a skill allows us to quickly recognize situational possibilities and to make quick decisions. It gives us instantaneous clues or cues and has proven to be a very practical tool for decision making.
Why is it important to develop the skill of intuition and how can people develop this skill? First of all, life challenges are becoming much more complex, much more global and much more intercultural. As a result, you may face problems you have never experienced before. Not only that, analysis may not be sufficient to tackle some of these problems. Other techniques, such as the use of intuition, might indeed be helpful.
The first step to developing intuitive skills is to determine your current skill level. This can be accomplished by engaging in a good deal of self reflection and self awareness.
For instance, intuitive leaders are fully aware of how their intuitive information comes to them. They diligently assess clues from their physical, emotional, mental and spiritual information flows. They are also typically very good at looking at problems and generating multiple potential solutions; they are very creative and can assess which solutions are practical. They are also very good at identifying trends.
What most of you really want is a way to develop your intuition so you can use it spontaneously and confidently out in the real world. This workshop series will show to do exactly that as it is highly interactive and personalized while providing you with right brain tools and techniques you will love! If it worked for me, it can work for you!
Rebecca will powerfully teach you a step by step process to: