Sometimes you just have to trust your instincts; it may be all you have to trust.
An ordinary teacher teaches how to accumulate information. A good teacher teaches how to assimilate information. A great teacher teaches how to stand up and turn every challenge into opportunities. An extraordinary teacher teaches how to be larger than life by following your own dreams, own goals and own instincts.
I can honestly say that I have never gone into any business purely to make money. If that is the sole motive then I believe you are better off not doing it. A business has to be involving, it has to be fun, and it has to exercise your creative instincts.
In any situation, listen and follow the first instinct, the sacred inner voice.
You don’t hear what I hear.
It’s hard to learn to listen to your instincts. It’s easier for some who have a natural ability to follow that little voice inside, but for others it takes practice.
I’ve been fortunate to work with hundreds of best selling authors and speakers which led me to a stark reality: Very few people advise you what NOT to do. Call it unconventional wisdom. I spent a long time making this books short–so you’ll finish it! If you know of a book that delivers more useful information in fewer pages, I want to know about it! In the meantime, please tell your friends to download or buy it. And stay tuned for the online test, coming soon to
Satisfying a savage instinct is incomparably more pleasurable than satisfying a civilized one.
Feelings could override facts, as facts could alter feelings. Choose the truth first, rather than following after feelings.
It was like he was a caveman grunting, “You woman. Me man. Let’s make babies together.