“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant.”
- Albert Einstein
Intuition is a powerful thing.
We use intuition multiple times, every single day.
When meeting someone for the first time …
When deciding how appetizing a plate of food looks …
Intuitively knowing the coffee we’re about to drink is likely going to be very hot …
… and then drinking it anyway because we need our caffeine fix.
So why then, do we struggle to use intuition when it comes to our kids?
Often, our gut tells us - “That’s a good decision” or “That’s a bad decision.”
Then before we know it, doubt creeps in.
Maybe we worry about what a family member might say.
What another parent might think.
Or we just get hit with a big wave of plain ol’ self doubt.
But I want to encourage you to trust your gut.
A parent’s intuition is one of the most powerful tools out there for helping HSCs.
I can’t tell you the exact mechanism or the science.
I just know that from working with over 600 families, 99% of the time, a parent’s ‘gut instinct’ turns out to be right.
But all too often, we change lanes because of doubt.
Either doubt from ourselves.
Or doubt from others.
But that needs to stop.
So what can we do about it?
Well, community helps … A lot.
When you’re surrounded by people who have your back, and who know you have your kiddo’s best interests at heart, that gives you a ton of courage to roll with your initial decisions.
Whether that means getting your partner on board, talking with other family members, or even looping in parents of other kids, so they understand your situation.
Knowing that those around you trust you to make the right call is HUGE.
And if you have people who show up consistently in your life and doubt you?
Well, I don’t want to just say you should get rid of them.
But maybe you need to assess if they’re really people you want to spend a lot of time with.
Something else you should do, is have professionals on-hand to give you guidance and support when making tough decisions.
Think of this like a business mentor.
Mark Zuckerberg might be worth $107 Billion, but he still had Steve Jobs as a mentor to guide him through decisions.
Richard Branson could likely have scaled his multiple businesses alone …
But he chose to have the help of Sir Freddie Laker.
Even world class athletes have coaches to help them make tough calls and keep them on track.
They say success leaves clues.
And that’s certainly true when it comes to parenting.
The parents who eliminate the meltdowns, stop walking on eggshells and bring peace and calm to the home are the ones who get help.
Even though their gut is usually right about 99% of the decisions they need to make …
Sometimes they just need that expert guidance that says -
“Yep, you got this.
And if you’re struggling, it’s okay.
We have your back, and we’re here to help.”
That’s what we can do for you, if you need it.
As a parent, you know what’s best for your child.
But do you always trust yourself enough to follow through with tough decisions?
If not, maybe it’s time to get someone in your corner.
My team and I have some time to speak with you TODAY.
So use this link, and let’s get you and your gut on the same page, and start seeing some real amazing progress for your kiddo.