Instincts are the key to realise your destiny. They provide you the path to move forward and achieve greatness that can change the course of your life. It’s a personal calling within us and if we learn to pay attention to it, we can revolutionise something that we strongly believe in.

Of course there is one problem and that is listening to your instincts and taking the necessary action accordingly. We are buried with the thoughts and hopes of other individuals in our life and our instinct element is buried deep within us. And we rarely forget to listen to our heart.

We are compelled to others wishes and we often follow their path, on their advise. Though it can make us reach success, the certainty of it is not guaranteed forever. Whereas if we listen to our instincts and act according to it, then we can reach glory and our success will always triumph over our insecurities. We will be happy and sense of satisfaction will be beyond imagination.

So follow your instincts and let it guide you. Follow it without fear and be brave enough to realise and accept it. It will only take you to greatness.

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  1. The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential… these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.
    – Confucius

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  2. This is a very good post about listening and trusting your instincts Abhijith! Sometimes, the fear of being wrong can truly affect whether or not we truly trust our instincts enough to do whatever is needed to be done. Like you said in your post, we have to be willing to follow it without fear and be brave enough to realize and accept it. Very good point, and a great post!

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    • Thank you so much Michael. And you are absolutely right. The fear of being wrong can greatly affect our confidence. Thank you for taking your time to read the article. Have a nice day ahead 😊


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  4. Sometimes we know our instincts has to say something but we don’t really follow it or don’t pay attention to it due to outer circumstances or lack of the convincing fact that they might be right. What are your suggestions in these situation?

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