Trust Your Intuition

Although it certainly doesn’t get talked about enough, I strongly believe that intuition is among the most important elements for success in entrepreneurship. I operate very much on my intuition. I know that I’m making the right moves based on how I feel in my gut. 

In fact, the sixth sense is the final success principle in Napoleon Hill’s groundbreaking work, Think and Grow Rich. Last year I had the honor of speaking at the Think Grow Rich Legacy World Tour where we traveled across America to educate people on the 13 success principles from the book Think and Grow Rich. It was an incredible group of world-class speakers including Tim Storey, John Shin, Sharon Lechter, Greg Reid, David Meltzer, Kevin Harrington, Nick Lowery, Mario Lopez and more.  These thought-leaders and authors helped thousands of entrepreneurs get new perspectives on who they really are, find out why they may be stuck, and become inspired to take action for what they want to become. 

Napoleon Hill explains that you can become more aware of your intuition or gut feelings when you start meditating and you truly tune into your subconscious mind – your connection with the infinite wisdom of the universe. Through this, you can get the answers to questions in the form of gut feelings. While it’s possible you won’t completely engage your sixth sense until you’ve mastered the first 12 of his principles, if you are experiencing these hunches, they are certainly not to be ignored.

The very first inkling I had to becoming an entrepreneur came to me through a vision.  It was a true calling.  A sixth sense.

I woke up in the middle of the night during a 4-day intensive yoga conference in Hong Kong. I was practicing yoga up to 7 hours every day and I was absorbing all the spirituality around me. My intuition told me to forget about acting, singing, and dancing – everything I have ever wanted as a career.  I realized that I wanted to be a business woman. My first company was Chakras by didi. I designed yoga-inspired streetwear with a mission to inspire every person to try yoga, because it changed my life. I’d even seen the design of my first tank top in that vision too.

I’ve since had several companies, executive produced TV shows, become an author and a seed investor. And I believe I’ve become successful so fast because I understand the art of articulation: I know how to conduct a conversation. It’s never rehearsed or forced. I’m always real and authentic. I’ve been able to teach this important element for success to entrepreneurs through The Yes Academy.

Arguably the most important point an entrepreneur needs to articulate is The ELEVATOR PITCH. As an angel investor on the TV show Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch, I’ve seen so many people come in to pitch and then mess up their moment of glory because they weren’t prepared or speaking in their authentic selves. My mission is to help change that.

If you’re stumped by the question, What Do You Do? Then NOW is the time to PERFECT your Elevator Pitch.

My intuition also plays a big part when it comes to whom I choose to work with. When I do business with people, I like to get to know them. It’s all part of growing your relationship capital, right? If someone is authentic and a person of their word, those are signals to me that we will have a fruitful business relationship. Would you like to learn more about intuition and the secrets to success from world-renowned entrepreneurs?

Get your copy of Success Breakthroughs: Leading Entrepreneurs and Professionals Reveal Their Secrets for Breaking Through to Success on Amazon now. You’ll hear inspirational stories and advice from me,  Jack Canfield, Nick Nanton, and many more!

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Didi Wong

CEO of The Yes Academy

Born in Hong Kong, raised in England and now residing in Los Angeles, Didi Wong is an Award-Winning International Keynote Speaker, TV Producer, Business Mentor, Best-Selling Author, and Angel Investor.

Didi is the CEO of The Yes Academy, a results-driven educational mentorship program for entrepreneurs.

She was given the highest level award “Women of the Decade for Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital” from the Women Economic Forum as well as an award of Achievements, Recognition and Excellence by the National Council of Women from the Egyptian Government. She has also been honored to speak at the Global Entrepreneurship Initiative at the United Nations and she was the resident speaker on the Think and Grow Rich Legacy World Tour 2019.

As a TV Producer, she is the Executive Producer of “In Case you Didn’t Know with Nick Nanton” featuring Robert Kiyosaki of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” and another TV show “SpeakUP”, both on Amazon Prime Video. She has starred as a guest judge on the #1 Digital business show “Elevator Pitch” as well as a feature documentary on her journey as a speaker called “Impact.”

Didi was given the Certificate of Recognition by Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles for helping women entrepreneurs succeed. She is featured in the article “Women Who Mean Business” in the current March issue of Oprah Magazine. In Fall of 2020, she will be knighted as “Lady Didi” where she will join the Royal Order of Constantine the Great and St. Helen of Spain to further the Royal initiatives both domestically and internationally.

Her superpowers lie in managing her four children under the age of nine, including a set of identical girl twins and all her projects and clients, always with a smile on her face.

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