Shoshanna French: Business of Intuition
Shoshanna is an Intuition Expert, a Coach, and a Business Consultant specializing in training conscious leaders, founders of million and billion-dollar companies, and entrepreneurs. Applying intuition in decision-making creates excellent success and ease in business. In each part of her entrepreneurial journey over the last 16 years, she navigated using her intuition.
Her clients do business in 23 countries around the world. From NFL coaches, million and billion-dollar founders to prominent corporations executives, social justice activists, small business owners, and leadership teams her work has allowed her to work in multiple industries, for-profit and non-profit organizations impacting 1,000s of people.
She offers corporate and personal retreats, training programs, and one on one executive coaching. You might have heard her talking about Intuition on The Grit and Grace, Prosperity Place or A Dose of Disruption Podcast, or seen her in the Denver Post, The Boston Globe, The Miami Herald, LA Daily News, and Daily Herald.
In this episode, Dean Newlund and Shoshanna French discuss:
- What would the world look like without intuition?
- Tips on learning to trust yourself and intuition in business
- How you can help others understand your intuitive decisions
- The four types of intuitive “orientation” of people in the workplace and how you can communicate to them effectively
- You can trust and use your intuition effectively when you let go of pre-conditioned beliefs,
- Intuition is an innate and legitimate sense – not a mystical type of force,
- The trick to communicating your intuition is by translating it into language that sounds practical,
- Go in the direction that would get you the most excited and lit up.
“When you ask the right questions, that’s when intuition starts to respond.” — Shoshanna French
See Dean’s TedTalk “Why Business Needs Intuition” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEq9IYvgV7I
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