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Lost at a Crossroads
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August 7, 2011


Sonia Dabboussi

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Far too many times in life we're faced with decisions about where to go or what to do, and sometimes we feel like we really haven't a clue about which way to go. As gifted people, our creativity and imaginations kick in and and we consider, not only if we should…


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August 10, 2011


Sonia Dabboussi

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Hmm… It sounds like your intuition is trying to tell you something… :)

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August 13, 2011


Kristien Dirven

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I've never regretted this approach, so I'd recommend it to anyone out here!
Mind that not everybody will understand this… but what's new ;-)

My sister often calls me "indecisive", what used to bother me a lot : I knew I wasn't, but couldn't explain why : that logical approach of coming up with what seems like endless possibilities to an important problem/question, and the time it can take to pick out the right one for that problem/question at that certain time (i.e. the intuitive approach kicking in). But ever since I "discovered" this was my way of thinking (and called it the K-way of things, hahaha), it seems like I trust my own decisions even more than before.

This way of decision making has also often made me stand out in a crowd. And it does sometimes takes courage to stand by yourself when that happens, but again… I've never regretted doing so (even if it was me against all the others). Trust yourself!!

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Kristien.

August 15, 2011


Sonia Dabboussi

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That's so true, Kristien. For a lot of people this approach may not make sense, but once you've learned to trust it and have given yourself a chance to use your intuition at least somewhat regularly it's easy to wonder how you ever got along without it!

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