Intuition

When I was a kid, my family and I were on vacation in the Poconos, and for an entire day, I was so sad I cried all day. Nothing could cheer me up.

When we got home, we found out that one of our relatives in Germany, who I had never met, had passed away. (Remember life before cell phones?)

I’m sure you’ve heard all of the stories about people who decided to work from home, or who called out of work on 09-11.

What do all of these things have in common?

Intuition.

Once upon a time, I trusted my intuition.

Then, I started making decisions based on pleasing people.

A boyfriend.

A pastor.

People I thought were my friends.

Out of fear.

Out of self-doubt.

One day I woke up. I had a job and a life I hated. I was hopeless and hapless.

The dreams of my childhood were cast aside like dirty laundry in a teenager’s bedroom.

Something inside of me kept telling me that there was more to life than punching a time clock, hoping that my life world change…but I was so covered in the muck and mire of people’s expectations that I was paralyzed, an automaton mindlessly traversing life.

What did you dream your life would look like? Do you see a glimmer of it? Do you WANT to realize those dreams?

In a could weeks, I’m going to unveil something that will help you do just that.

Overcome fear and self-doubt.

Put that *thing* into action.

Trust your intuition once again. Or start trusting it if you have never tried.

Make sure you subscribe if you can relate to any of what I said…you have something inside of you, waiting to be uncovered and nurtured.

Seriously…why haven’t you hit subscribe yet?

Drop me a comment if you can relate!

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