Do You Trust Your Intuition?   


Sharon Moist

Greetings from Chicago! It feels so good to be back in the Windy City.

After traveling on business for 5 of the last 14 weeks, I had actually cancelled this trip because I just didnít have the desire, or the energy, to pack another suitcase and get on another airplane.

However, for the last two weeks, I havenít been able to shake the feeling that I needed to come home, so I was able to get a fabulous price on a last minute plane ticket and here I am in Chicago. The best part of this trip is that it provided me with the opportunity to help my parents celebrate their Wedding Anniversary, and it enabled me to be with my father on Fatherís Day, which doesnít happen too often


Sharon Moist

19th June, Chicago.


As I mentioned in my opening note above, even after making the decision to cancel my trip to Chicago two weeks before 19th June, I couldnít shake the feeling that I needed to come home. So, I trusted my intuition; booked a ticket and hopped on plane.

Why did I need to make this trip? I have no idea. I just knew that I needed to be here, so here I am.

One of the biggest challenges we often face is the idea of trusting our intuition on something; especially when the ďfactsĒ tell us something different. However, as Bill Gates (Founder and Chairman of Microsoft) said, ďOften you have to rely on your own intuition.Ē

So what is your intuition telling you today? I know itís telling you something!

Maybe itís to submit to the Casting Director of a movie you just saw and loved. Maybe itís to pick up a trade you never read. Maybe itís to try out a new acting class; do a private session with a new teacher; or hire a career coach, such as myself. Maybe itís to step out of a theatre company thatís not working for you. Or, maybe itís telling you to look for a new agent.

If you will take a few minutes to stop what youíre doing, take a deep breath and still your mind, your intuition will make itself known to you.

After all, if the third richest man in the world does it, maybe you should try it sometime!




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