GO WITH YOUR G.U.T.

Do you often second-guess yourself when it comes to making a decision? Do you wonder why that happens?  The answer is simple. Sometimes the right thing to do is so obvious that you end up tricking yourself. Believing that because it didn't take a math equation to figure out that somehow your conclusion is wrong.

When figuring out what is the best option for you - always go with your G.U.T.

GIRL YOU GOT THIS!

G is for Girl

U is for (You got)

T is for This

Whenever you are facing decisions about a relationship, a career move or some other uncertain area in your life, always remember that you have the answer.  Whether you take one-step into unchartered territory and find out that it wasn't what you wanted to do.  Or you make a left instead of going right, never be afraid to fly or fall.

You might reason that it is hard to trust your G.U.T. because you have been incorrect in your judgments in the past.  Well, that is a part of life.  Going with your G.U.T. doesn't guarantee that you will never fail or that you won't have regrets.  But what it does guarantee is that you will become more fearless, more bold, and more determined to get it right the next time.

GIRL YOU'RE TALENTED!

You might say, I am really interested in pursuing my passion but I'm scared that it might not work.  Once again, go with your G.U.T.

G is for Girl

U is for (You're)

T is for Talented

When you have a gift it is your obligation to pursue your passion.  So your gift isn't packaged in a traditional 9 to 5, you aren't sure how it is going to work, or you don't know how it all is going to come together.  That's when you go with your G.U.T.

GIRL YOU GOT TO THINK AND EXECUTE!

G is for Girl

U is for (You got)

T is for (To Think And Execute)

Your resources will become available to you as soon as you put the pen to the pad and begin to write down your vision.

GIRL YOU THINK YOU CAN'T DO ANY BETTER THAN THEM?

You're in a relationship that has grown tired.  The individual is no longer treating you how you should be treated or you aren't happy.  It is time to use your G.U.T.

G is for Girl

U is for (You)

T is for Think You Can't Do Any Better Than Them

Never stay in a relationship for fear of being alone; for keeping them from moving on; or for 'letting' someone else have them.  You might say, how would I be sure if I need to let them go?  Well, did you listen to your G.U.T.

GIRL DID YOU HEAR THAT?

G is for Girl (Did)

U is for (You Hear)

T is for That

If you want to know anything about a person, just listen.  A person will show you who they are, and they will tell you their intentions when it comes to you.  It is up to you to realize that the message isn't cryptic. What they say, is what they mean.  So if they say to you, "I love you, but I'm not in love with you" then it's time to use your G.U.T.

GIRL YOU GOTTA TELL THEM TO GO!

G is for Girl

U is for (You Gotta)

T is for Tell Them To Go

You might reason, now that I have let them go, I feel so alone.  This is a perfect time to go with your G.U.T.

GIRL YOU THOUGHT YOU WERE ALONE?

G is for Girl

U is for (You)

T is for Thought You Were Alone

Never feel like you are by yourself.  There are some women in your circle of friends who have been where you are and can help you navigate out of that season of loneliness.  Never be afraid to make a move because you don't know what move to make.  Also, never be afraid to open up to your real friends so they can help you.

When it's all said and done, you have been beautifully created and equipped with a G.U.T. that will guide you in making any decision, no matter how big or small, simple or complex, never ever doubt your ability to make the right decision for you!  Just Saying...

 

 

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