183: How to tap into your Intuition to make better decisions – with Kim Chestney (REPLAY)

By August 17, 2021The Simplifiers Podcast

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What if you could tap into your Intuition to make better decisions… would you try? Many believe you decide with either your head, your heart or your gut… that deep, inner knowing when grappling with a situation. But what if you could better tune into that voice inside you to gain clearer insight and a solid path to follow in the months ahead?

My special guest today is Kim Chestney and she’s simplifying how to tap into your Intuition to make better decisions. As we all gear up for back to school and saying goodbye to the summer break, I’m reaching back into the vault for some of my favorite conversations on the podcast that’ll help you simplify and feel empowered moving into the new season ahead.

The four primary pillars that I aim to simplify on this podcast are: 

  • gaining clarity
  • getting things done
  • increasing your sales, and 
  • teaching you new ways to look after yourself

So this week we are focusing on clarity and now more than ever, we need a guide to lead us through. Spoiler alert, that guide is YOU… and your deep, inner wisdom. Kim teaches us how to tune in to what your Intuition is trying to say. 


My special guest today is Kim Chestney and she’s simplifying how to tap into your Intuition to make better decisions.

We tackle all aspects of it, including:

  • How she defines “Radical Intuition” – what it is and isn’t, so you can identify your own Intuition and how it’s working in your life right now
  • Why your Intuition can help you become a better entrepreneur – in what ways can it help you with decision-making at work?
  • What the 4 types of Intuition are and how to harness and tap into them today in your daily decisions
    • The Healer – physical
    • The Sage – mindful
    • The Visionary – creative
    • The Mystic – transcendental
  • It feels like we as humans are collectively waking up – she calls it the “Intuition Revolution” and her insight on what the next step is for all of us to rebuild and reimagine life as we know it 
  • …and ultimately, she shares some ways we could utilize our Intuition for better self-care, so that we can choose the next right step to finish the year strong.

Kim is an absolute delight and I loved chatting with her. She believes that the truth is within you and that when you surrender to it, you begin to own your inner power. Bottomline, radical change can be found when you are true to yourself… that’s where we gain deep insight. 

And when we do that, we all rise together.

Q: Are you looking to make better decisions, personally and professionally? If yes, this one is for you.

It’s time to #DoTheThing!

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My challenge for you this week:

How are you going to take what you’ve learned in today’s episode and begin to tap into your Intuition this week? What’s one thing you’ll do differently? Share it with me, privately or publicly. Snap a photo of you doing the thing, and tag @thesimplifiers on Instagram for added accountability and support!

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About Kim Chestney

Kim Chestney – She is the author of Radical Intuition, a cultural innovation leader, and the founder of IntuitionLab.

She has spent nearly two decades teaching Intuition and leading initiatives with some of the top technology companies and thought-leaders in the world. 

Her work has been featured and supported by leading-edge organizations including SXSW Interactive, Carnegie Mellon University, Comcast, and Hewlett-Packard. She is on a mission to help people awaken their inner power of insight.

Where Kim hangs out online:

Website: kimchestney.com

Facebook: @kimchestneyauthor

Twitter: @Intuition_Lab

Instagram: @kim.chestney

YouTube: @TheMysticStudios

Kim’s vote for the perfect guest on The Simplifiers Podcast:

Katie Brauer – She is a former Professional Snowboarder turned Yoga Teacher, Educator and Personal Transformation expert, helping Yoga professionals create a thriving, sustainable business.

Kim Chestney

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