Decisions: How do you decide?
One of the biggest challenges in today’s society is to make a decision about something, based on the amount of information we have, or don’t have available to us. With the way in which psychology is used in marketing, tripping up our emotional state, and creating a need to do something that we don’t really need – it often ends up overshadowing our intuitive abilities, dulling our senses to the point of information overload, and the unnecessary spending of our time, effort and money on things that do not really matter to us.
If you think back to one of your most recent purchases, did you stop and consider your intuition before you bought it? Did your subconscious mind scream at you not to buy something, but you did? Or did you buy something because you instinctively knew you would have need for it?
How do we treat our intuition?
Many times I have heard people say: “I knew I should have …” as the aftermath of a bad decision catches up to them. Is this a sign that we are losing our ability to use intuition? Does this mean that we are becoming more prone to blocking out that little voice in our head that tells us to do something, or not to do it?
There is a solution:
In today’s hustle and bustle, the constantly changing world we live in, we are constantly blasted with an enormous amount of information. Information that warps our decisions and makes us do the things we don’t need to do, or don’t really want to do. And we underestimate the power of our intuition, sometimes blocking out our intuition totally so that rational and conscious thought prevails.
What if I told you that there is a system that was developed in the last 40 to 50 years, that helps us to reconnect to our intuition. A system that teaches us how to listen without allowing our conscious minds to interfere so that we get valuable insights into the things yet to happen in the future.
Well-known entrepreneurs and business people, like George Soros, Conrad Hilton, Thomas Alva Edison and Akio Morita, the co-founder of Sony, have attributed their business success to this ability.