Warum wird Intuition neuerdings als Entscheidungskompetenz für Führungskräfte gehandelt? Aus meiner Sicht liegt die Antwort im hoch dynamischen Wandel der Zeit. Vereinfacht können wir sagen, die Dynamik und die Komplexität unserer Umwelt nehmen rasch zu. Unternehmen und Organisationen haben für ihren nachhaltigen Erfolg daher nur mehr eine wirkliche Chance: Sie müssen die Eigenkomplexität der Organisation ebenso schnell erhöhen, um auf die Anforderungen des dynamischen Marktes angemessen reagieren zu können. Und Komplexität ist nicht über Steuerung und schon gar nicht mit Effizienz erreichbar. Die Antwort liegt in den menschlichen Qualitäten und in den ehemaligen Softfacts, Weiterlesen
Unser Körper weiß am besten, was gut für ihn ist, sagt Thomas Frankenbach. Statt stur Diättipps zu befolgen, rät der Gesundheitsexperte dazu, die eigene Körperwahrnehmung zu stärken.
„Wir leben in einer Welt, in der Logik mehr wert ist als unsere Intuition. Wir bedienen jeden Tag Maschinen, sitzen vor dem Computer, telefonieren mit Smartphones – da ist logisches Verständnis wichtiger als unser Bauchgefühl. Leider führt die Reizüberflutung der westlichen Industriegesellschaft teilweise so weit, dass wir die Signale unseres Körpers gar nicht mehr wahrnehmen.“……..
Fact: We already know. The question is: do we have the courage to trust ourselves and follow our own wisdom? Here are a few exercises and questions to help you tap into your inner wisdom and develop your intuition!
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As we saw with an earlier post, intuition arrives first when we make decisions. But, how does this happen? How does intuition become involved in our response to an event? Consider for a moment a restaurant’s ambiance. Objectively, it has nothing to do with the food; however, if it’s unclean, disorderly and ugly we will tend to feel there is also something wrong with the food. Why do children ask their moms and dads, “Are you in a good mood?” They know their parents’ emotional state will affect their decision-making……
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Workplaces are shifting from task-oriented environments to requiring more complex problem-solving. The way that business leaders made decisions in the past is no longer a guide to making future decisions; adopting a multifaceted approach that goes beyond traditional reasoning alone is fast becoming a crucial business practice. Such complexity allows for creativity and a focus on the role of human intuition in the workplace. No doubt, data analysis and past results remain crucial to drive business decisions. Yet following gut instinct — even with all of its inherent risks — has pushed many an organization to success. Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates was quoted as saying that one often has to rely on intuition. Albert Einstein also was a believer: “The only real valuable thing is intuition,” he once said……
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„Often you have to rely on intuition.“ — Bill Gates
We are all programmed to succeed. All of us have a special power within us called our intuition. It is an alternative source of knowledge, level of awareness, or as some refer to it, an inner voice. We all possess this power to varying degrees, as well as the capacity to develop it further. Intuition can be defined as a quick and ready insight. This insight can guide us, warn us of danger, and/or connect us to our creativity. The most successful people are often very intuitive. Consciously or unconsciously, they follow their gut feelings, which put them in the flow (a very alive, productive, and desirable state). Many have achieved remarkable success in the fields of science, business and entrepreneurship, often amassing great fortune and fame due to their abilities to make important decisions by following „hunches,“ or intuitive „gut feelings.“ Great thinkers, like Albert Einstein, have emphasized the importance of intuition and its impact on their personal and professional lives. They defined it as „a superior knowledge,“ and as being an essential and indispensable tool for achieving success………
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Intuition. We’ve all felt its effects at one point or another. That nagging feeling that we should be doing something. Or that the right answer lies in a particular direction. Or that something is going to happen. The voice in your head that tells you what to do or warns you of danger. By definition, intuition is a sense or feeling that cannot readily be explained away by conscious logical or rational thought. It is an instinctive knowledge that triggers a particular response from you. People who place great value on common sense and rationality are afraid of it. Others swear by it. But where does it come from? And what if you were able to tune into it more frequently? What if you were able to harness its power….
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I’ve been speaking and writing about intuition for over twenty-five years. I’m passionate about the topic because I know it’s a valuable inner wisdom we possess and most of us under utilize it. One of the questions I’m asked most frequently is “How do I know it’s my intuition and not fear (ego, wishful thinking, habit of thought)?” I wish I had a simple answer. Wouldn’t it be great if the voice of your fear sounded like Darth Vader and the voice of intuition sounded like Alicia Keys?! That would be too easy! Intuition Has Many “Voices.” Intuition is quick and ready insight. It’s our inner compass. When we pay attention to it, it moves us towards success and happiness and away from danger. There are many ways to receive its wisdom. It may come as the proverbial “still, quiet, inner voice.” It may also communicate insight through a dream, feelings, a knowing or a gut feeling. Think back to a decision you’ve made in the past. How did your intuition communicate its message?…..
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The intellect has little to do on the road to discovery. There comes a leap in consciousness, call it intuition or what you will, and the solution comes to you and you don’t know why or how. Albert Einstein
We’ve all heard it so many times – ‘Just listen to your inner voice’, or ‘Just follow your intuition’, haven’t we? But in a world, where rational thinking is considered to be the ‘normal’ thing to do, the process of learning how to follow your intuition may be a confusing and even painful one. With so many decisions to make on a daily basis, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and feel stuck when in need of inspiration. So, here is a ‘rational’ step by step process that is going to help you cultivate your intuition and start using it on a daily basis. Contained within your inner guidance are all the answers, and here is a guide on how to find them.…..
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In order to access our inner wisdom or intuition, it is important to understand that we all have inner senses or intuitive capabilities. However, we may each experience our intuition in different ways. Some will tend to use clairsentience (“clear feeling”) where they will just “know ” the answer or feel it in their “gut” or in their “heart”. Others will use clairvoyance (“clear vision”) where they will receive an intuitive message through a vision, symbol or an image in their mind. And yet others may experience their inner sense as clairaudience (“clear hearing”) where they hear the answer as if by telepathy (this is not an hallucination). With practice a person can easily develop Weiterlesen