Expressing Heartistry in my Business

By Alana Heim, CPA/PFS, CFP®, CHDS

November 6, 2017

In business, it is crucial to make quick decisions and to take the necessary actions. Hesitation is typically seen as a weakness.

In the moment of making a decision, our nervous system may be at play. Depending on the emotions one may be feeling, the decision may need additional time for clarity.  Our mind may still be unsure of the decision because it's been playing ping pong with whether or not the decision is correct.

Is it possible we have been using the wrong part of our body for decision making? 

I know that YES this is absolutely true.

You have been led to believe that you must use your mind to make the decision. 

What I know is that the mind is easily confused, suspicious, and doubtful. It can debate itself round and round in circles, all day, every day.

Roughly half of the population makes decisions based on the emotions and feelings they experience. That requires time for clarity. That warrants waiting and riding the emotional waves, up and down, just like a roller coaster. 

The other half of the population either has a gut instinctive authority to know a decision instantly in the moment; has a Sacral gut authority requiring a response to a yes/no question; must hear themselves speak out loud to know their truth; and others may need to listen to their heart or wait even longer to determine their truth.

Very few listen to their heart. But ALL of us, no matter our authority for making decisions, are capable of tuning into our hearts.


What would your life look like if you led from your heart?

What would it take for you to move out of your head to trust your heart completely?

Your heart knows what is best for you.

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