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Here's the one thing every world leader did to come up with great ideas, and you can do too

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Intuition is our deeper intelligence that is able to read the room or the marketplace, make decisions from a wiser resource, and extract data faster than the conscious mind can analyse. When you allow time to slow down in order for your intuition to find you, you arrive at a decision more quickly.

Here's the one thing every world leader did to come up with great ideas, and you can do too
Great minds almost think alike. Be it Albert Einstein, Oprah Winfrey or Steve Jobs, while they excelled at their own respective fields, they all had one thing in common: Intuition. A trait that almost all humans have been ignoring and denying it for the longest of time.
"Intuition is our deeper intelligence that is able to read the room or the marketplace, make decisions from a wiser resource, and extract data faster than the conscious mind can analyse. When you allow time to slow down in order for your intuition to find you, you arrive at a decision more quickly." Rick Snyder, author of Decisive Intuition: Use Your Gut Instincts to Make Smart Business Decisions explains in Inc.com.
Our culture has heavily emphasised on rationality over intuition, something that is very natural to the human being. Nobody knows how to access intuition or meditate before they work; or how to slow down, breathe, and relax their body and mind before coming up with an idea for their business.
Albert Einstein puts the thought really simply by saying:
"The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honours the servant and has forgotten the gift."
Awareness of oneself is the first part of understanding your inner voice. The answer is already waiting for you if you relax your mind and tap into your deeper consciousness. You don't have to push or strain or strive to reach it. You don't have to research a bunch of different options. The answer to your problem already exists in your deeper wisdom. The trick is slowing down, getting quiet, and allowing it to come forth, Snyder added.
The creator of the revolutionary Apple iPhone, Steve Jobs, was no stranger to intuition. And how did he put it to use? Walking barefoot. Often Jobs was found walking barefoot before taking brainstorming meetings.
If listening to a beautiful piece of music that relaxes your mind and body; taking a long shower; a long walk in the park and enjoying every minute of it; meditating; painting, helps your intuition work phenomenally, then do it. Create a space for yourself to push yourself higher in your business.
Television talk show host Oprah Winfrey says,
“Learning to trust your instincts, using your intuitive sense of what's best for you, is paramount for any lasting success. I've trusted the still, small voice of intuition my entire life. And the only time I've made mistakes is when I didn't listen."
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