It keeps us safe. It tells us when we need to do more research. And when we should consider a different path.

We’re talking about that funny feeling we get. A sixth sense. A hunch about something or a vibe from someone. When the hairs on the back of our our neck stand up. Gut. Instinct.

We’ll be talking about the ideas and strategies presented in the New York Times bestselling book, The Gift of Fear and the companion book Protecting the Gift: Keeping Children and Teenagers Safe (and Parents Sane) by Gavin De Becker.

On any given day, we make hundreds of big and small decisions. Yes, it’s the uneasy feeling about a babysitter or the odd vibe from a stranger that makes us take the next elevator. It’s also what helps us choose among lots of options: the day care program or school for our children, the best job offer, the next book we’ll read.

We rely on on intuition more than we know.

Join us for a fascinating discussion about the technology of intuition and the gift of fear.
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