Although many people discount the value of intuition, the subconscious mind it taps into is often ‘smarter’ than you might think. That’s because it takes notice of things that slip right past your consciousness.
We have amazing abilities to rationalize and justify what we believe we should be doing, while ignoring signs that point us to what we should do.
Trust your intuition, and let it lead you to new opportunities, while steering you away from time wasters and scams.
The next time that little voice in your head tries to get your attention, listen to it. That might mean trying something new (even if it takes you out of your comfort zone) or staying away from a too-good-to-be-true opportunity (that really is too good to be true).
If you aren’t sure that your little voice is giving you good advice, ask yourself a few questions. Why is this particular piece of information pushing its way to the front of your mind? What other bits of data have you picked up recently that relate to this one? Then, do not rush to a decision. Let your mind resolve the question. (And remember that if someone is trying to rush you into doing something, it is probably not a good thing for you to do.)
Chances are, if you spend just a little time analyzing it, you’ll discover why your intuition thinks something is a great idea.