Have you ever been in a situation where you have felt something was not quite right, but yet you couldn’t point out why it wasn’t, and you couldn’t give a specific reason as to why you felt that way?

If so, that’s your intuition working. It’s that gut feeling you get when you feel there’s something wrong, or even right. You don’t know what it is exactly, but you have a hunch about ‘something.’

While intuition isn’t an exact science, many still rely on it in their decision-making. It’s actually one of the most valuable skills leaders have.

Defining Intuition

Intuition is that instinctual feeling you have about something or someone. It’s also referred to as our sixth sense. It’s based on deep-seated knowledge and a combination of prior experiences that help your subconscious to recognize and analyse patterns. Continue reading

We all have varying degrees of intuition. Maybe you are aware of yours, maybe not. If you are aware, do you know what type yours is?

Did you know that there are different types of intuition? Well, according to one method of classification, there are four types of intuition, which are also called ‘clairs.’

You may be strong in one or two of them, but experts say you can also be strong in all four. It helps to understand which type is dominant in you, so you can be more in touch with your intuition and know when to trust it for better results.

Are you excited to know your type of intuition? Let’s get started!

The Four Clairs

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