Why "go with your gut" sucks 🤯 - Deepstash
Why "go with your gut" sucks 🤯

Why "go with your gut" sucks 🤯

  • Our gut often or being precise our sub-conscious mind directs always directs us to the more comforting solution
  • But these comfortable decisions are often very dangerous for us 
  • So how to avoid it then?? 😮


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