“All the world is made of faith, and trust, and pixie dust.” ~J.M. Barrie



When you have full faith in the integrity and character of someone it can be summed up in one word – trust. The confidence we have in that person will help inform our decisions and choices.

So the question to ponder this week is, do you trust yourself?

I’ve been thinking a lot about this lately. This idea that following your heart means trusting yourself and believing that those around you trust you too.

Going for your dreams, and digging in to focus on a goal usually creates change and with change can come an opportunity to second guess yourself. It’s only normal. We can sometimes stress over the simplest decisions but “know it”, “feel it” when we come across the right choice. This feeling, our intuition, is an important tool to cultivate and trust. Instinct isn’t magic, it just feels like it is.

How to Trust Your Instincts

If it interests you investigate it. Those ideas that keep you up at night could be your instinct trying to valid your passion.

Follow through and hard work are necessary to support your instinct if it’s to lead to success. Commitment is the one thing you truly have control over.

Study your world and believe in your growing expertise. As your knowledge grows, your instincts become sharper.

Set new rules for yourself and allow yourself to anticipate solutions, even when it means going against the grain.

Ideas are fluid and evolve as long as we are open to change. Trusting your instincts means allowing yourself the freedom to adapt.

The possibilities and YOU are limitless!


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