Why you NEED to follow Your Intuition – The 3 Strike Rule (Feel free to change the title)Why you NEED to follow Your Intuition – The 3 Strike Rule (Feel free to change the title)

In this episode, Gary talks about following your intuition and trusting your gut. It is the guiding light to tell you the direction that you should be going because when something doesn’t feel right inside, more often than not, it turns out wrong. Gary has a rule that he uses when he has to make big decisions, when he needs to take something to the next level, or when he’s facing a quandary on whether he should follow a certain path. He also shares that often in life and in business, you come to a crossroads where decisions matter and one could potentially lead to more success, more results, and more income, while the other could potentially lead you down a path that isn’t quite congruent with you. You have to be able to make big decisions and understand that your intuition plays a huge part in your results. What Is Covered In Today’s Episode Of The PRO Podcast: Gary talks about following your intuition and trusting your gut when making decisions. He refers to intuition and instinct as the guiding light to tell you the direction you should be going along. Knowing when, and under what circumstances to apply logic and think strategically rather than trusting your intuition, is just as important as learning to view your gut instinct as a viable decision-making strategy. You’re always going to have positive and negative thoughts when running a business. It’s vital that you take control and make a conclusive decision factoring in your gut feeling, logic and anything else your resolution may affect. He talks about getting back into the flow of posting on social media and being active on different platforms. Social media marketing is supposed to grab your audience’s attention enough to take them out of the social media and onto your database. Building your brand and knowing your ideal customer to be able to serve them with a huge amount of value. While building a brand and figuring out your type of content, ensure that it’s content you’ll be able to be consistent with.  Key Takeaways: An important part of being consistent with content is making sure it aligns with your natural flow. Finding your natural flow that works for you comes through trial and error. If you have concerns and need further help in decision making, Gary can coach you to get to the next level. We hope you enjoyed today’s episode, please make sure you subscribe, rate and review the show on your favourite platform.  Channels: Follow Gary Das on Instagram and Facebook Visit the Financial PRO website www.financial-pro.com Watch the episodes on YouTube


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