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Business and Career Psychic Readings

Many people wouldn’t admit to have a reading in the business world, as it is unheard of and well to be quite honest the thought of admitting going to a psychic about career or business plans wouldn’t necessarily be something a person would wish to admit to.

How can a psychic reading help when it comes to careers and business decisions.
If you ask any successful business person, how did they do it. Their answer would be that they were reacting on gut instinct backed up with other information out there. That it was something they felt they should do.

There is a formula to a successful business, it is instinct, patience, hard work, drive and ambition and a confidence in yourself and knowing you are doing the right thing.

It is acting on that gut feeling and instinct, going with what you feel right, persistence, energy and drive and inner knowingness that you are doing the right thing and following your dreams and desires.

I (Caroline) have worked part time as a professional psychic for many years, whilst maintaining a full time career in the corporate world, it has always concerned me the lack of acceptance to the word psychic and the business world, however the two are very much combined.

For me (Caroline) I am a natural empath and healer, born with it and even though I didn’t find out about my gift until later years, I personally struggled to accept my own psychic abilities, over the years I have since learnt there is no reason why logic and intuition should not be combined, this means you have the best tool kit to make calm and rational career decisions.

I have had many clients over the years that call to take advise on their career/ business.
In earlier blogs I have talked about the law of attraction and emotional energy has a massive impact on a person’s performance in the workplace.

It is a known fact, stress is a massive cost to any business. Therefore if a person is under stress, they are more likely to have time off sick, not be as motivated to do a job, make irrational decisions.

How can a psychic reading help ?

A psychic is there to look at your situation and we can provide you with the  necessary information and opportunities coming up for you, offering reassurance where necessary. As a psychic I for one have often walked into a business and intuitively known where improvements could be made.

A reading in turn can help keep a person calm and reassured and assists them in making rational decisions with regards to their career path.

If you were to ask any person in business what a good manager is, it will be a calm person, who can be supportive towards their team and has empathy of their teams needs and knows what is the best course of action.

If a person becomes for want of a better word, in it for their own needs then this can become very damaging to the business environment as it is a whole team involved in the business that make a business work, and a positive motivated workforce can make a huge impact on any business performance.

It is a balance, between getting the job done, but also showing the right amount of support and guidance to ensure that the job is completed in the most efficient way possible.
A happy motivated and positive team all add to the mix of a successful business, sometimes this is all that is needed.

It is imperative in any company the team who are the people in the company are all pulling in the same direction to create the best result, and it is so much nicer to go to work every day to enjoy what you do, with a positive happy team environment and get on with everyone you work with.

Therefore whilst we live in a hard cold world of business where it is sometimes frowned upon to show emotions, it is now being proven that regardless emotional intelligence is intertwined in business making decisions.

How do emotions help business decisions.
Leaders have been coached and trained about how to look, think and lead. It isn’t hard to understand the rules of engagement and to learn to do the right thing in the right way. What is more difficult, however, is to lead in an authentic and positive manner and have a sustaining influence on those around you. How do you incorporate what you believe and who you really are with your role as a leader?

Researchers, psychologists and experts know that for leaders to project credibility and instill trust, they need to demonstrate that they have a direct connection between their attitudes and behaviour’s.

Scientific research around brain function and emotion is continually emerging. We know thought and emotion are uniquely intertwined, with emotion playing a bigger role in shaping our thoughts and actions than we believed.

Think back to the last time you had to make an important decision. Did you draw on past experience? Or on past feelings? Likely you incorporated both. If you were in a similar situation before and experienced a good outcome, you likely enter into the next decision with an optimistic and positive feeling.

However, if your last experience was stressful, difficult or resulted in a negative outcome, you will approach many decisions with trepidation and caution. You don’t want to repeat the same mistake because it didn’t feel very good. It likely had uncomfortable consequences, kept you up late at night and caused you some worry. Your instinct is to try to avoid that situation. Is that a rational decision? Possibly. Was the optimistic approach less rational? Maybe.
What is clear, though, is that both approaches stem from our emotional or feeling centre’s. So when we insist on removing emotions from our decisions, we are ignoring the emotional part of our decision-making process. Think about those people we call risk-takers and innovators. We may think of them as optimists. They see positive outcomes to their endeavours. Conversely, those whom we call cautious, conservative and rule-bound we may view as pessimists — they worry about negative outcomes. We value one over the other, depending on the situation. Behind all those terms is an emotional and value-laden statement.

Why do we choose to avoid emotion, especially in a business or professional setting? Historically, the ideal leader was one who was cool, calm and professional. Emotion was considered to be inappropriate for the business environment. Of course, we now understand that emotion is always present. In the past, we equated a “real” leader with the strong, silent type.
This male archetype internalized his feelings and didn’t make them known, sometimes not even to himself. He expressed these unacknowledged feelings in a variety of ways but rarely through the direct display of them. Often, the feelings would be expressed as aggression, depression, workaholism, alcoholism and a variety of other behaviours.

Fast forward to the 90s and the rise of the visionary or charismatic leader. The leader is still a self-contained person but now emerges as a hero. The visionary leader is more sensitive to those around him but he still does not acknowledge the importance of emotion in decision-making.
He is the one who will save the organisation through a purpose-driven philosophy. The only problem is that this strategy focuses on the strength of one individual who must behave in a self-sacrificing way. However, the end of the 90s and the difficulties of the new millennium illustrated that one person cannot save, motivate or turn-around an organisation. In fact, the latter part of the decade saw the fall of many corporate leaders and a recognition that authentic leadership included humility at its core and a recognition of the importance of others. Daniel Goleman’s work on emotional intelligence and has proven that the most effective leaders lead not only with technical competence, but with soft skills.

Business has changed in response to these shifts which have taken place on a societal and business level. As knowledge has grown, we seek understanding and connection. Trust and integrity are more important now than they have ever been. There has been a shift to a culture of transparency and accountability, which demands a new leadership style.

In fact, we wouldn’t call it a style as much as a way of being. It is one in which leading strictly from the rational brain disconnected from its emotional centre is not an option. It is a way of leading that demands the involvement of affected stakeholders and an acknowledgement of their needs; a way of leading and being that gives voice to what is within people and accepts emotion as a legitimate part of the decision-making process.

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