Today, let's explore the power of intuition in business, especially when you're not feeling inspired. It's a common challenge, but your intuition can guide you even on those uninspired days.
I recently asked my mastermind group what comes to mind when they hear the term "intuitive marketing." Their responses probably align with what you might think—marketing that feels effortless, exciting, and natural. It's marketing that flows easily and is fun. But let's do a little experiment. Replace "marketing" with "parenting" in those descriptions. Suddenly, it doesn't sound so effortless, does it?
Parenting, like business, isn't always easy or fun. It's hard work, filled with moments that may not yield immediate results. It requires unwavering self-trust and a belief that your efforts will make a difference in the long run. That's precisely what intuition is—trusting your instincts even when things aren't perfect.
Your business isn't fragile, and your mission to transform lives isn't either. You don't need the perfect conditions, emotional state, or inspiration to take action. Don't wait for inspiration to strike; instead, create your own inspiration by showing up for your business consistently.
Imagine leaving your child waiting at the curb because you didn't feel inspired to pick them up. You'd never do that. Similarly, your business and your audience are waiting for you. Feel your emotions, but take action regardless. Your intuition is strong, and it doesn't require ideal circumstances. Show up for it, and that's intuition in action.
Remember, you're in control, and you can make a meaningful impact. Your intuition is your ally, even on uninspired days.