The ongoing development of your ability to trust your intuition is the most essential investment in your own self-development that you can make.
In this podcast, I talk about potential first steps for developing your own intuition. I also tell a personal story of the earliest intuitive flash I remember. I was ten years old. I remember it distinctly even now, decades later.
The most remarkable thing about that intuitive flash at that moment I received it was my dad’s reaction. It was priceless. It was a glorious moment my dad and I shared with curiosity and grins and one we relived a handful of times over the years.
The most miraculous thing about it now is that it still lives so fresh in my mind all these years later, decades after my father’s death when he was 48 years old. Even now, I can have his grin again anytime I want to. A precious gift from my intuition to me to be sure.
Consider your intuition as fun little notes from your higher self who loves you and is always supporting you. How does it feel to flow through life plugged into intuition? It’s time to find out.
It’s audiobook release day for Just Different Devils by Jinx Schwartz, narrated by Stevie Puckett. Jinx Schwartz is a talented comedic writer who has created a fantastic duo in high school friends Hetta and Jan, now in their forties, who sail the ocean on fun adventures resulting in crazy antics. The book is another in the very funny Hetta Coffey Mystery Series. Hear the retail sample below and find it on Audible*, Amazon, and iTunes. If you are not an Audible listener yet, you also can get the book with a free trial by clicking here.
I’m so pleased to announce that the audiobook Wild Oats by Pamela Morsi has launched! It went live on Audible*, Amazon, and iTunes (search by title) around June 1 and almost 30 copies have sold to date. It’s off to a good start!
This project was such a fun one for me. I appreciate Pamela’s writing and story weaving. Plus I get to use my own dialect for a change! The characters are down to earth yet interesting. This story drew me in quickly. I’m not usually a historical romance fan necessarily but this one caught my attention because the setting is my old stomping grounds, Oklahoma, just before statehood.
The background story Pam talked about in her launch day newsletter added a whole other layer of interest too. I always love to hear about an author’s story inspiration. Turns out that for Wild Oats she was trying to break the romance genre by creating a story with the anti-romance-book-hero as the hero. LOL! That plan makes for some not-so-suave moments that are endearing and funny.
Listen in and be sure to pick it up soon if you like it. Enjoy!