Sunday, February 14, 2010

Trust Your Gut

Intuition can be described as insight or instinct. There are two thoughts about where intuition comes from. The first is that intuition is a synthesis of prior knowledge — a blend of logic, experience, and subconscious information that is stored in the mind and recalled when needed. It is recognizing patterns or cues that inform us what to do.

The second school of thought is that intuition comes from a higher power, a divine intelligence, which guides, informs, and directs. Analysis and logic guide most people in decision-making. But what happens when these tools do not provide the answer?

Trust Your Gut is a guide for those who need to know how to access and use their intuition. The information overload experienced today can interfere with the ability to categorize, analyze, and decide, so turning to a “sixth sense” or “gut feeling” is, in many instances, the only alternative.

This book is a very good resource for business managers who experience many challenges in their day to day operations. It’s a must have book for all managers and everyone in a leadership position.

Enjoy this book!!!!!!

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