What if you could live the life you want rather than chase the story of what you want to be?

Probabilities appear when you open up to infinite possibilities and own a Vision for your life.

Do you have moments when an intuitive flash comes to your mind, but you do not act upon it because of the rules
you or society set for the situation? You simply lack the confidence to believe that your ideas carry great weight and you don’t want to be rude or offend anyone.

From a very young age, we are conditioned to be polite. But who defines polite? If a quick interruption propels you toward your future, wouldn’t you want someone to tap you on the shoulder and make a suggestion? It is time to discover opportunities for you; how simple actions change peoples’ lives.

If you’ve had an intuitive moment that you didn’t act on, you now have permission to go for it, be it with a partner, team member, family member or a friend.

What have you got to lose? Nothing except a life you’ll love because you simply allowed yourself to act on a hunch!

When you encounter a new decision point in your daily routine, you instantly evaluate it. Your instincts immediately trigger a response to your past experiences, education or other lessons. This moment, if captured without your mind censoring it, becomes your next right step.

This instant blip, what many labels as a hunch or feeling, instead reveals what’s real. Recognize this feeling as the reality of the situation. Your ability to move through a situation as it occurs leads you to your next
right step, and ultimately, to achieve the task at hand.

This is the secret to your success.

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Joanne Victoria

Joanne Victoria, host of the San • IT Project podcast, author of 7 books including Lighting Your Path - How To Create the Life You Want, partners with Entrepreneurs who want better want better Life-Work Harmony and more clarity, more confidence, more fun and more success.
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