Lately, we’ve had multiple clients approach us with the same exact question (which is how we know it’s time to talk about it on the podcast!). It goes a little something like this:
“So, my intuition was convinced that this thing (job/relationship/what-have-you) was right for me. I felt a strong sense of knowing. But then … that thing didn’t work out. What gives?? Was my intuition wrong? How do I know I can trust it if I feel strongly about something, then act on that guidance, only to be disappointed?”
The idea of trusting your intuition? Easy. The reality? Messy. So, in this month’s brand-new Side Chat, we’re delving into what happens when your intuition leads you astray. We talked about…
- The difference between your intuition being “wrong” and your interpretation of it being incorrect.
- How we get tripped up by focusing too much on the end result, instead of paying attention to what’s happening right now.
- Why it’s possible for your intuition to be right about something in the past, and for that thing to not work out later on.
- Stories from us and a few of our clients and friends about when our intuition seemed wrong … but why it was ultimately right.
Leave a comment after you’ve listened to share a time when you thought your intuition was wrong! We’d love to hear.