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Using Your Intuition for Success

Using Your Intuition for Success

Susan Rueppel shares the importance of listening to your intuition.

Do you ever get the sense that there’s more to life than this? Do you ever feel like you are living a life of quiet desperation? If the answer is yes, listen to the voice of your soul.

The voice of your soul is your inner guidance system. You were born hearing it clearly. You once believed that anything is possible. But you were taught to focus on your five physical senses and logic, which didn’t nurture the magnificent and magical part of you – your intuition. That intangible source of wisdom was muted, but it is always speaking to you.

The voice of your soul knows your unique purpose and wants to tell you. To live up to your full potential and realize your dreams, you simply need to listen to your soul whisperings and make them loud and clear.

How would the world look if we all heard and acted on our soul whisperings?

As children, we would be encouraged to tap into our intuition. We would be taught from a young age how to develop that ability to listen and know. We would know who we are, feel seen and heard, and be happy and joyful. As teens, we would feel validated in our unique genius and comfortable in our own skin. Our journey to discover our life’s work would be grounded in an evolving knowing of our purpose, passions, skills and talents.

As adults, we would feel fulfilled in our work because it would be the highest expression of our purpose and passions. We would ignite our Inner CEO to guide us as we tune in to the soul of our businesses and know the easiest path of clarity and focus to make our highest potential a reality. In that joy, we would serve more people and generate abundance for ourselves and others….Continue reading on

Susan is Chief Intuition Officer, a Business Intuitive, Potentialist, speaker, trainer and the co-author of Entrepreneur Extraordinaire.

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7:32AM PDT on Jun 6, 2013

Thank you for sharing.

8:28AM PDT on Jun 4, 2013

Thank you Gail, for Sharing this!

5:04AM PDT on May 24, 2013

Really interesting, thanks!

8:21PM PDT on May 23, 2013

Trust your gut is a phrase that can ring true and keep me out of trouble.

4:25AM PDT on May 23, 2013

Great :-)

7:27PM PDT on May 22, 2013


7:03AM PDT on May 22, 2013

I wish I had intuition...

9:21PM PDT on May 21, 2013

Have learned to listen to the gut feelings or deal with the consequences.

1:09PM PDT on May 21, 2013


10:49AM PDT on May 21, 2013

I don't think we would be able to stay alive if it were not for our intuition. Our minds are so slow at figuring things out, and our emotional selves get so attatched to their own viewpoints that they become afraid to change so just keep repeating un-productive behaviors. Often, others don't know when you're acting from intuition or reacting to an emotional trigger so assume you've been offended and are being defensive. Personally, I've found it a waste of time to try to convince them, you're not angry, just not interested.

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