To Live a Successful Life – Turn Up the Volume of Your Inner Voice
The only real valuable thing is intuition. – Albert Einstein
This is the foundation of my philosophy and my advice for anyone who is looking to live a “significant and successful life.”
What does living a “significant and successful life” look like?
Significant means that your work is centered around service to others, and to be successful means that your life works and is balanced in all facets.
Successful doesn’t necessarily mean great wealth, although it can. Balance is the key here.
It does means though that:
- You’re happy and enjoy your life
- You have healthy relationships
- You’re able to give as well as receive
- You take care of your body and eat sensibly and exercise
- You are devoted to your spiritual growth and have a daily spiritual practice that helps keep stress in check
- You are open to new ideas and constantly learning
- You live in comfort and have what you need to feed your family and pay your bills and to save some money.
This is not to say that you will live a problem free life – that is an impossibility. You will, however, be better equipped to deal with challenges than the next person due to the substantial advantages that developing your intuition brings you.
The truth is developing your intuition has many benefits to help you succeed in all areas of your life such as:
- Reduced stress levels
- Improves focus
- Improve memory
- Improves decision-making
- Improves relationships
- Improves health
- Heightens creativity
- Boosts problem solving skills
- Operate at the genius level
These important reasons are why I recommend developing intuition and why I have made it the foundation of my own self-development.
Developing your intuition is the most exciting thing you can do and the most exciting way to live your life.
You will be inspired through hearing the voice of your intuition and led by the currents of life directly to your divine purpose.
To find your divine purpose is to live life with passion and enthusiasm which is the hallmark of a life that stands apart from all others.
And it is the ability to listen to intuition that sets apart a leader from a follower.
When we learn to hear our intuition and trust it to guide us we will begin the most exciting journey of our lives.
Signs will appear, synchronous events arise, and coincidences will increase as you meet the person you need to meet at the right time because you followed a hunch, or read about just the very thing you need to do for your next step, or get a flash of intuition about the solution to a problem, etc.
So don’t wait. Learn to still your mind and allow the wisdom of your intuition to reveal your glorious path.
This is an excerpt from an article I contributed to Joe Wilner’s manuscript: The Great Life Philosophies. 12 Bloggers Advice on Successful and Significant Living. You can download a copy for free – just click the icon in the sidebar.
To read the rest of this article and all eleven other fabulous Great Life Philosophies contributions by talented bloggers don’t miss the launch of the book on February 21st at: Shake Off The Grind
You’ll find articles by these great authors in Great Life Philosophies:
Rob White – Mind Adventure
Alex Blackwell – The Bridgemaker
Andrea De Bell – Britetalk
Karl Staib – Work Happy Now
Scott Dinsmore – Reading For Your Success
John Sherry – 100 Percent You/Real Simple People
Eddie Ezeanu – People Skills Decoded
Sibyl Chavis – The Alternaview
Lance Ekum – Jungle of Life
Joe Wilner (of course!) – Shake Off The Grind
Arvind Devalia – Make it Happen
I hope you enjoyed this excerpt.
Were you aware that your intuition can help you to lead a more successful life? Have you had any intuitive moments that led you to greater success you’d like to share with us? Have you learned to trust your intuition?
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Before you go I want to mention that I’m a member of the A-List Blogging Club. When I first started blogging in 2008 I was overwhelmed and totally clueless about the process. The only people who read my blog were my friends and I gave up after 5 months!
In January 2010 I started PBI and found A-List Blogging Boot Camps. I did my first boot camp in February and what a difference my blogging experience has been. I learned so much and as you can see I did not give up.
I’d been a fan of Leo Babauta’s blog, Zen Habits, since my first “failed” blog, so when I got an email telling me about the A-List Blogging bootcamp I knew this time I had to take action to save this blog from failure too. I could tell from Leo’s blog that he was honest and genuine and that the course wouldn’t be a waste of money like so many are. So, I trusted my intuition and jumped with both feet into the first bootcamp and – thank goodness I did!
Do yourself a favor if you’re a new blogger don’t struggle alone like I did. Take a look – just click on the links here on PBI. The information you’ll gain through the clubs, not to mention the friendships you’ll make, is invaluable and worth every penny and more. Mary Jaksch runs the blogging club and she is so helpful and a wealth of knowledge – don’t miss this opportunity. Your blog will thank you – I promise!
P.S. – A new bootcamp begins this Friday and doors close on enrollment this Thursday Feb. 24th so don’t wait!
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to email me at: Ange.Artemis@gmail.com anytime.
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