Intuition in Business

Boy, have I been SLACK on this blog!  I used to write weekly back when I started Mod Mom. I guess that's what happens..life sometimes gets in the way.

I miss it.  I've always enjoyed writing.  So I'm pledging to do more of it.

It was an outlet for me and a bit of a diary. It's fun to look back on all that's happened since 2007. My then-nine-year-old son now has a beard and is 6'2".  That whole "time flies by" saying is really quite true, isn't it?!?

As I write this, I'm devoting time to work on a keynote speech I'm giving in Sedona, AZ next week for the NAWBO Sedona Chapter (National Association of Women Business Owners). http://www.nawbosvv.org/  Their mission is to promote the excellence of their members and vibrant women entrepreneurs growing businesses.

I'm very honored to have been asked to speak about Intuition in Business, a subject that is very near and dear to my heart.  It was intuition that led me to start building furniture and I continue to trust it in all aspects of my life.  I've had to learn, and am still learning, to differentiate ego/fear from intuition but the more I really tune into myself and listen to the small voice...the physical cues...the more I learn to distinguish one from the other.

As Einstein says...

I think it's time we started to truly honor and understand the gift that is intuition.  Not only in our personal lives, but in business. It sure worked for Steve Jobs!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Kiersten. I watched the original show and again several times with the reruns on CNBC. Last week I saw it again and again I cried for you. I was disappointed when I read all the comments on your blog. Watching Shark Tank is like watching a sporting event. I pick a winner and pray for them, that was definately you. I still wonder where your career is and if you have survived. You are a lovely lady with drive and I hope you are living in comfort.