5 Reasons you Should Always Go With Your Gut

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        Something that I learned a long time ago but seem to always forget is that my gut instinct is always right. Whether it be in regards to what letter to bubble in on a Scantron sheet, what I should eat for dinner, or what I want to do with my future, chances are the first option that comes to my mind is usually the best decision. While it’s easy for me the remind myself this, I still seem to forget to utilize my gut when placed in certain situations. I’m not necessarily an indecisive person, but sometimes I do find myself weighing my options for much longer than I should, afraid to choose too soon.
        But if you ever had doubts on how powerful your gut instinct really is, here are 5 reasons that will make you wonder why you ever listened to anything else.

1. Your gut can help lead you to making great decisions— Think of your gut as the little voice in your head. It knows how prepared you are, it knows your limits, it knows your boundaries. It knows the all that what your are capable of. Listen to it.

2. It can help you reach your highest potential—It takes a lot of guts to put yourself out there and strive for success but you will feel that much more fulfilled when you do so.

3. It can take you out of harms way— Not only do we receive physical signs of when were in danger, but your gut instinct can also be a great notifier that something isn’t right for you.

4. It can increase your self-confidence— Don’t turn into a know-it-all but instead be a person that is very confident in the decisions she/he makes.

5. If you have that feeling in your gut, it’s for an obvious reason.— place more trust behind your decisions and watch how quickly life falls into place.

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