Trust your gut feeling


We are often in a situation where we have nothing else to rely on than our own gut feeling. It could be at the time when you are thinking of adding a new product in your collection to introducing a service that you think will blow the competition away. I think no matter what your situation is, your gut instinct will definitely have to be playing a role as well. I try to learn from my mistakes, and just to be frank, I too have had products in my collection that haven’t given that much in return, and instead something I didn’t think of as a product worth investing in, managed to do so well. That’s how our experience is polished, and that’s how we don’t make the same mistakes again.

So to keep this short, I would advice that whenever you are thinking of doing something that has a bit too much financial risk, always consult someone who might be sitting on more knowledge and experience than you, and someone you highly respect and trust. I often speak with my customers on one to one level, asking them about their experiences so I don’t make the same mistakes. When you talk to others openly about your fears within a new market they have more experience in, they respect you for being open, honest and most of all a human being who is willing to learn.

So all in all, a gut feeling is not always the best way to decide something in your business, it could most probably just be indigestion.

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Wakas Mir
From managing an award winning online radio station with thousands of hours on-air, being a product manager for various companies to launching my own brand called Tahoor with multiple successful products, I will be sharing with you my thoughts and ideas about life, positivity, productivity, self-esteem and happiness.

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