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Make decisions from the heart and use your head to make it work out.

Katie Flanagan
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Katie Flanagan

South Hamilton, Hamilton, MA, USA

Katie Flanagan: Crossfit L1 Trainer and marketing maven with a zest for innovation and client relations. Lauded for her energetic approach and track record in business development, she's a dynamic force in every challenge.

Let Your Heart Be Your Guide.

Today's Marketing Cookie discusses letting your heart guide you.

Albert Einstein once said, "Logic will get you from A to B, but imagination will take you everywhere." If your precise logic and boundless imagination are the means for achieving your goals, your heart is the compass that provides direction. Your heart perceives what is invisible to logic, and your imagination finds a way to bring it to life.

When you follow your heart's desires, such as deciding to marry someone you love despite neither of you having a steady job or a place to live, such a decision might perplex the brain. However, despite how much logic may contest such heart-driven choices, it will adapt, collaborate with your imagination, and navigate the reality of your challenging situation.

If logic had its way, it would exclusively dictate all decisions with meticulous accuracy. Unfortunately, logic, devoid of the heart's compassion, is overly idealistic. While logic can determine the best options for you based on safety, convenience, and potential benefits, it neglects the thrill of taking risks, the value of hard work, and overall happiness.

Making decisions based solely on logic, like accepting an unsatisfactory job for higher pay, may lead you to realize that no amount of money compensates for daily unhappiness at work. Conversely, opting for a lower-paying job you love can yield greater satisfaction in the long term. Don't fret over the minutiae; your logic and imagination will immediately start devising ways to make ends meet. Ensuring survival is their specialty. Therefore, I recommend following today's advice: "Make decisions from the heart and use your head to make it work out."

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Percent Daily Values are based on the essential nutrients required to maintain a healthy mindset, fostering success in your marketing, prosperity in your career, and fulfillment in your life.








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Katie Flanagan

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South Hamilton, Hamilton, MA, USA

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