GOT GUTS? (0:21)
I listen to my gut feelings, my intuition and my “inner intelligence” much more than I do common knowledge or popular opinion. Sometimes I hit the jackpot, sometimes I don’t. However, here’s when I really pay close attention to my “inner acumen”:
|Posted By Rachel|
| The voice of love...the voice of reason |
Great blog Micheal because passion can leave a burn..Learning to listen is always what creates patience for someone like me, as I have lots of want too, even when it doesn't meet with reason. Soon the fog clears and the path lays ahead. Thanks for the great blog:-) Rachel
|Posted By Tony De La Rosa|
| Now I listen |
All true, as I count myself a statistic to 'listening to my gut', it has proven time and again to be right. I've tried arguing with it, have lost every time, it's like arm wrestling with a Gorilla.
|Posted By RamRod|
| No guts no glory! |
I KNOW when one of my songs or compositions is not ready. Even when my bandmates and friends tell me itís great, I can feel it in my guts when itís not.
|Posted By Sasha Mendicina|
| Guts |
Itís not always easy to distinguish between my inner intelligence and the ďfactsĒ laid out in front of me. At that point I just go with my gut.
|Posted By Danny Hartmann|
| Walking |
When Iím faced with a tough decision in my business (which is almost everyday), I take a walk around the block just to clear my head, before I make any important choices. I work on Music Row so it's a great block to walk around:) Like you say, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesnít. But itís the process of stepping away from the situation that helps me the most. Thanks for sharing your "inner acumen" Michael.
|Posted By Susan Zinnetti|
| Subtle sensations |
Listening to my bodyís subtle signals is crucial for me. I canít always ďfeelĒ if something is right, but I can really feel it when something is wrong.