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…

Leave a comment after you’ve listened to share a time when you thought your intuition was wrong! We’d love to hear.


Bonus Book Club! Outrageous Openness by Tosha Silver (November 2018)

Side Chat: Honing your intuition (& knowing when it’s really fear) (June 2019)

Bonus Book Club! E-Squared by Pam Grout (January 2020)

Side Chat: A mind-blowing, time-bending analogy (May 2020)

Side Chat: The dread of good things (June 2020)


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  1. So needed to listen to this and so glad to hear I’m not alone in this experience with doubting intuition. Thank you so much!

    1. You’re so welcome, Jen! You’re definitely NOT alone in struggling with doubting your intuition. Glad this was exactly what you needed to hear!

  2. This was incredible. The same conclusion I was coming to but hearing it externally gave me another witness and has restored my confidence. Thank you so much.

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