26 Apr Why You Need To Listen To Your Gut Instincts More
Don’t you want to kick yourself every time you reluctantly do something, and the outcome is exactly the reason you were reluctant to do it in the first place? Like, when you take a test and you pick answer A. Then you pick answer C. But it turns out answer A was the right answer.
Our gut instincts tell us a lot about the decisions we need to be making because more often than not, our intuition is much wiser and more correct than we give credit. If you feel like you should or should not do something because of the possible problems and dangers that could arise, then you should listen to what your gut instinct is telling you. Have a feeling a new peer is always up to no good? Don’t hang out with them. Think you won’t be able to drive after 2 more drinks? Don’t drink them. Want to hesitate at a green light for a second longer to avoid potential red-light runners? Do so.
More often than not, obeying initial gut instincts will prove right and when you begin to make that a habit, you’ll be thankful. This could be the defining line between your safety and freedom versus your arrest. And if the latter ever does happen to you, we, Van Nuys Bail Bond Store, can help bail you out of jail.