Psychics In Business Series – Article 2


Is there a role for psychics in the business world? My answer, of course, is yes. We provide useful insights on what’s coming, what hidden influences will affect a set of decisions, how a business can maximize opportunities while minimizing risks, and a whole lot more. I have worked with many business and professional clients over the years, and with some real results…improvements to the bottom line that clearly resulted from advice that I had offered. So, when a young man approached me about an article he was writing on psychics in business, I agreed. Very soon into the interview though, my suspicions were confirmed that that his real intent was to debunk psychics in the corporate world.

His article was published recently and I was sorry to see that he really hadn’t learned much from his research. My sense was that he wanted to believe that there was some validity to psychic advice. But having ruled his life, and probably especially his career, on cold hard facts, he couldn’t get past his skepticism to see psychics as anything more than interesting entertainment. Like many others who discount psychic advice, he’ll need a few personal experiences to begin to appreciate the value of intuitive information. Perhaps the universe will bless him with an awakening… In the meantime, his work inspired me to write about how psychics really can contribute to the business community.

Let me preface this discussion with an important understanding. Psychics offer insights and information – input – that is useful for decision-making. But I expect that we are simply one of several resources the decision-maker will access before taking action. In fact, my business consultations almost invariably include suggestions for some specific research or other investigation before a decision is made final.

“It’d be one thing if business leaders were hiring psychics simply to entertain at corporate functions. They already are, along with jugglers, magicians, and comedians. But CEOs aren’t asking jugglers, magicians, and comedians to sit in on board meetings or for their opinions on how the latest SEC regulation will affect the company, so why are they asking psychics?

When an organization’s direction hinges, even partly, on the flip of a tarot card, Jupiter’s location tomorrow, or mere intuition, good fun warps into questionable management. So it’s worth pondering: Why are any executives making paranormal the new normal?

Even if psychics aren’t always right, neither is anyone else. So what’s wrong with using every possible resource to gain extra perspective? As Danielle Daoust points out, a psychic promises nothing more than a “second opinion.” It doesn’t make it an educated opinion, though. Aren’t you better off hiring a management consultant?”

I am tickled by these comments… some years ago, my team was hired by a large bank to entertain a select group of their top business clients. The person who hired us was concerned that we wouldn’t be very busy, especially since we asked to be tucked away in a quiet corner of the room. But after the first hour, she was back, now worried that we wouldn’t be able to read for everyone who wanted us… We were familiar with this problem… they didn’t expect us to be real, to have useful answers and insights for them. In several cases that night, we hit upon some serious – and strangely similar – business issues that several executives were facing, not realizing that we were reading for people from the same company. The next morning, the company CEO called for a follow-up appointment. The advice we had given him coincided with advice we had given other senior members in his organization, so he wanted us to put together the complete picture for him. We had seen something that he and his team of exceptionally well-paid management consultants had completely missed, or worse yet, had discounted as unimportant. With our input, they went back to the boardroom to re-evaluate their plans, did the work and the research we suggested and finally were able to negotiate an agreement that had eluded them for more than a year.

It seems to me that any good executive will use all of the resources at their disposal in these times… it makes a lot of sense to me that more and more business people are seeking answers from the world of metaphysics. Psychics give them eyes in the back of their heads… we help them see the unseen. Quantum Physics proves that our thoughts and feelings affect – or infect – our circumstances in life – and this applies also to business. Science is beginning to understand how it is that we move energy to create our lives – but until this knowledge gets into our school systems, few people are trained to study and read energy… this is where a good psychic comes in.

However, not every psychic is a good choice for a business reading. I am a college graduate with a solid business background that supports my work. I trained as an analyst and consultant in the corporate world at the same time that I was training as a psychic in my private life. I spent more than 20 years in the corporate world, ended my career selling million-dollar turnkey systems solutions. My work demanded that I know a great deal about the businesses these systems were intended to serve. So I have an intimate understanding of how many different government agencies and businesses function, and from the ground up. And I am not so unusual. I know many professionals, psychologists and business people who quietly practice as psychics, numerologists, astrologers and healers in their private lives and many others who, like me, left a corporate career to follow their hearts into the world of metaphysics and are now well-qualified to offer psychic business advice.

Skilled numerologists and astrologers can offer business executives excellent guidance when it comes to choosing the best timing, name or location for a project or business. When you combine this input with a psychic’s ability to look into the energy and the future, and then add all this input to the corporate knowledge base, you will be in a position to make solid-well-grounded business decisions.

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