Ingrid Camacho SPOKANE VALLEY, WA, United States
The SIXTH SENSE is that portion of the subconscious mind which has been referred to as the Creative Imagination.
It has also been referred to as the “receiving set” through which ideas, plans, and thoughts flash into the mind.
The “flashes” are sometimes called “hunches” or “inspirations.”
We get these hunches all the time but if we have to much chatter or noise in our heads we may miss a golden
opportunity to make changes in order to move our business to the next level.
I often get hunches about writing add copy for my ebook downloads, but sometimes I choose to ignore them because
I rationalize in my head and think that hunch is not important and my advertising letter is just fine.
A few weeks ago after listening to one of the Tues Mentoring For Free skills calls I heard this voice telling me to
change my add copy and do it now! For some reason I did not ignore this voice and Immediatly after the call I
went to work writing and rewriting my add copy to get ebook downloads.
As I was writing this add copy hunches and ideas just kept flowing in my mind one right after the other. I quickly
jotted down each idea on paper and began putting them into add copy ready to sent out for testing on social media.
I wasted no time I started advertising right away and within the next hour I had two new downloads.
After sending the new clients a welcome email the small voice in my head quietly whispered
" ya better call them now ". In the past I might have rationalized why I should wait to call them but I decided to
go with my gut , pick up the phone and call right away.
It turns out both clients were having problems downloading the book from their smart phones and needed my help.
Both clients were so grateful because they really wanted to read the ebook now.
This six sense has taught me to listen more and not rationalize what the voice is telling me to do because I do not
know who needs the ebook now or who is suppost to be in business with me.
I cannot out smart the sixth sense! Shame on me if I choose to ignore hunches which are meant for me.