Trust your intuition

Starting the day today I saw on LinkedIn this picture and I guess like thousands of others, I opened it and checked what I saw. Now one thing you need to know before reading any further is, that at the moment my brain does not really work as usual as I have – due to a little accident – a whiplash. That has the effect that sometimes my brain makes what it wants or more specifically: not want I consciously want. Having said this preliminary note, while opening the pic with all the letters, a little voice in my head said: intelligence.

word firstWait a moment, where is that word? I took another look and said to me: no I see friends, freedom, but not intelligence. But then a few seconds later I saw this word and I even spelled it loud to check if it’s there or just an illusion. But yes it was there: my brain / intuition has seen it way before my conscious intelligence has analysed it!

Taking this as an analogy, I guess I have to thank my brain that sometimes it does not do what I want, practically speaking I shall trust more my intuition. Having at the moment way more off working time then usual due to my recovery, I promise to practice it more!  Enjoy your day Kathrin

 

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“I love to dig deep to let you find answers to some difficult questions that might be holding you back, almost unconsciously. All to allow you moving forward to reach for your dreams.“ We focus on a holistic and sustainable approach to change management for our business clients such as management teams, non-profits organisations and corporations. Specialized in change and transformation support, we analyse holistically the current situation and the organisation itself. We design goal oriented change management plans that include kick-off meetings, trainings, one to one work as well as the use of divers communication means. Our goal is to generate even in hard situations an atmosphere that allows all people involved to gain trust and courage to foster an active participation in manifesting the change.

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