Trusting your instinct

Anyone who attended any of my recent workshops will know that I’m a big fan of healthy risk-taking and following instinct.  Even when I contradict myself and learn to defy instinct, if practiced often enough, that too becomes a learned behaviour to the point where it becomes instinct.  Standing still when being charged by a lion is against all instincts until you practice it over and over again and then, it becomes (almost) natural.  Gulp!  Here’s some scientific research on why trusting your instinct is generally a good thing.  http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/trust-your-instincts-theyre-right-90-of-the-time/story-fneszs56-1226515801744

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