Call it gut instinct, a weird vibe, your sixth sense, or your brain picking up subtle cues, intuition is something we all have.
As physicians, we get so caught up in the logic of things, it’s really easy to shrug off a gut instinct as unreliable, but what if the little nagging feeling holds a lot more wisdom than you give it credit for?
In many ways, we subconsciously know what’s best for us, so ignoring our intuition can actually be detrimental.
Do our instincts provide useful information we should include in our decision-making?
How can our intuition serve us in a negotiation?
In this episode, I talk about why we shouldn’t dismiss our intuition before listening to what it has to say.
Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode
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