How alignment & flow saves you LOTS of time.

Markus Spiske, Unsplash

Markus Spiske, Unsplash

It can be curious, this idea of how being in flow and alignment can lead to more time... right?

Here's an example of how:

When I first started going to the most epic Friday mastermind here in Austin, it came about serendipitously. A couple of weeks in, several people in the group mentioned how the person who started it here in Austin, Cole Harmonson (President & CEO of Far West Capital Bank) was just featured in Forbes.

I wrote down the name, then went home and Googled it. It became one of the many, many tabs I have open on my computer.

There's a workbook that's been sold out for awhile that complements this mastermind, but I haven't really felt pushed to find it and I trusted my intuition as to why.

I could've spend my time researching him, trying to find where I could get a copy of the workbook, going down the rabbit hole of internet links, but instead, what I did was just have it in my awareness...

Then, when my newfound friend Olga from this mastermind mentioned that Abraham Hicks was coming into town, I immediately bought a last minute ticket.

During our first "segment of refreshment" as Abraham likes to say, Olga looked at me and said, "Do you need to go to the bathroom?"

I nodded. Yet, even though we left at the same time, I lost them in the sea of people.

I tried to find the next nearest bathroom to avoid the crazy lines I could sense were forming by the conference room.

By the time I came back upstairs, I walked directly into Olga and our other friend in the hallway talking to a mine I didn't recognize.

Olga paused her conversation to introduce me.

"Judy, this is THE Cole Harmonson!" she motioned towards the gentleman.

I looked blank for a second, and then she followed with, "The guy who introduced me to these masterminds!"

"Ah," I said. I shook his hand. When he asked what I do, I handed him a business card.

"Do you have a copy of the workbook?"

"No," I said.

"Well, I have your business card — I'll email you a copy!"

Later that day, when I got home, Cole texted me. Apparently, my business card has my phone number and website, but no email address and he wanted to be sure I got a copy.

From there, we began a conversation where he's now put me in touch with his assistant to have coffee with him!

I could've muscled my way through things, or I could have just done what I did, which was trust that the Universe would bring it into my awareness if it was meant to be and, well, it was meant to be!

The serendipitous experiences I have not only enable me to have a much more personal and direct connection with high caliber individuals, but it gets me precisely to where I want to be without the hustle and grind.

Flow is more fun.

I'll soon be sharing more insights about what amazing Abraham Hicks insights I came away with.

Trust your intuition.

It's always working for you...

Want to deepen your intuition even more? You can sign up for my upcoming #BeWildlyIntuitive mini-mastermind!