An inner knowing I could mean more for people with the knowledge I had. I could direct more. Prevent issues more.
It felt like things were not heading the direction I had intended them to unfold.
However, I was not aware of this intuition. And I was certainly not aware that I could make use of it to improve myself professionally as well as the organizations I served. Because I focussed using my brain; everything to complete the project 'puzzles' I received.
While true, lasting impact comes from the heart. Also in my work!
And even now, especially in knowledge intensive organizations, in professions where you work with numbers, figures, documents, files, and databases I experience it's still uncommon to make use of your inner guidance. Whereas, if you can access your intuition, it is telling or showing, and sometimes even shouting(!) to you already what is heading the wrong direction. Let me share 3 tips to set your heart to work.
3 tips to set your intuition to work:
TIP #1: Be aware of - and check in with your stronger, often recurring feelings about a certain task, assignment, process, meeting. Feelings show up for a reason. Ask yourself why they show up? What could you have missed? What could you have done differently? What doesn't match? Just tune in, focus for a minute. However, there's no need to tune in any longer than one minute! A focussed, one minute space is enough to 'hear' your inner answer upon a clear, directive question you seek clarity for.
TIP #2: Transfer your summary, final datasets, accompanying files, in fact; anything you send, like you give a present or experience to a dear friend. Deliver it with your heart.
TIP #3: Release perfection. Accept; as human beings, we won't be perfect, ever. Instead, do strive to show your heart in your work. Use your intuition; and your message, reports, listings, datasets, graphs, conversations and presentations will find solid ground for people to progress upon.
Step up for the reason you've took your professional responsibilities. Which you can; by adding a little more of you in your work.
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