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She explains when you're able to "get in the zone" you reach a high level of intuition, and this is a skill that everyone (not just the athletes she works with) can develop and benefit from -- especially if you feel like you're being scammed.
Laura shares she has been the victim of a past scam and now she tells us, "I use my intuition as the primary decision-making tool." She says our bodies can help alert us if something fishy is going on, noting body indications may be:
- A tight feeling in the chest
- A bad feeling in the stomach or gut
She contends that our body's physical reaction to situations can be a better indicator than what the mind is telling us.
To better tune in to your own intuition, Laura explains it begins with creating a powerful belief system for ourselves and allowing yourself to aim for any goal you can imagine -- no matter how lofty or unreal it might be. The mental performance coach says this can help to override our brain's natural resistance and self-sabotage, which may help you navigate these uncertain times. She notes her approach can be used by adults and children alike.
Dr. Ian Smith adds, "Speak it into existence."