Sunil Godse knew that trusting his intuition led him to attain whatever personal or professional goals he set out for himself.
Despite this success, ignoring his intuition led to three devastating situations – wasting time in an unfulfilling career to satisfy others, losing all of his life savings by taking a consulting contract for the wrong reasons and delaying advising a friend which might have prevented her from being shot and killed, and spent tens of thousands of hours on research and interviewed over a thousand people to find out why.
In this TEDx talk, Sunil reveals the shocking discovery he made about intuition that explains the reason why people ignore it, and the steps that can be taken to sharpen their intuitive skills to ensure that they attain whatever goals they have set out for themselves to live a life full of happiness and success.
After reflecting back on his life, Sunil realized that ignoring intuition led to bad situations, two of them them being a time when he was left penniless and another time when a friend was shot and killed, two situations which could have been prevented had he listened to his intuition.
He spent thousands of hours on research and interviewed over 1,000 people to find out why people ignored their intuition. What he discovered is that intuition is incredibly complex, being made up of four different types which come together in an instant in time to give us the right decision at the right time in any situation they find themselves in. He also discovered that each one of us has a unique combination of intuitive signals that get ignored, resulting in each one of us running into hurdles in our lives.
Sunil created his Intuitionology project to educate people on how to decipher the complex nature of intuition and to recognize their unique set of intuitive signals so that they can begin to trust their intuition in each situation they find themselves in so that they can begin living a life full of happiness and success. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx