The gut check method. Learning to trust and listen to your intuition

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As a mother and writer holding the title of Vegas, Inc. “Woman to Watch” in 2016., Jeanette Schneider is focused on understanding what it means to navigate today’s society as a woman.

In her new book, “Lore: Harnessing Your Past to Create Your Future,” Schneider challenges female readers to become more in tune with their gut feelings by asking themselves “Is this my intuition or is it my fear speaking?”

“Some call it women’s intuition; others call it your gut. Children and dogs have it down, but sometime during our lives as we are being told how to behave in social settings and are being conditioned by others, we begin to question our innate knowingness and move further away from it,” Schneider explained.

In the video below, Schneider explains her gut-check method and how you can separate your intuition from your fear, and make wise decisions whenever you find yourself stuck in a dead-end job, a bad relationship etc.

Schneider tested the method to cure herself of low self-esteem and build a great love life.

 

Ready to start practicing the gut-check method?

Over the next few days, pay attention to what your body is telling you. Look out for the way you communicate and interact with people. 

See how you feel about certain situations or who you are talking to by analyzing your posture and paying attention to your breathing. Are you stiff? Are your shoulders slumped? Is your heart racing? What could your body be telling you about the current situation you are in?

 Schneider recently launched her podcast, “Gold with Jeanette Schneider,” which offers nuggets of inspiration for a bigger, badder, more purposeful life. Guests include relationship experts, CIA analysts, media executives, political correspondents, lifestyle entrepreneurs and real people making real differences.

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