Intuition, Your Talent Advisor: Bring Out Your Best Self

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Joyce Anderson’s new book discourages constant comparing, builds esteem

With the use of intuition, we uncover our unique talent and use it. We move from self-critical to self-thrilled.

Listen to your heart, act on your intuition and use your unique talents. While these concepts are often dismissed, intuitive educator Joyce Anderson argues that following these mantras have changed many lives for the better.

Anderson is an entrepreneur, intuitive educator and influential radio host. Her experiences with self-doubt led her to research and share how trusting one’s intuition leads towards the life one is meant to live. Exemplifying her powerful messages about intuition as it relates to a person’s entire intelligence system is Anderson’s new self-help fiction, “Tellaga and Conred.”

“Intuition gets dulled when you give up being who you uniquely are," Anderson says. "If you can hang on to why you are different, feel good about it, and employ your intuition, this would be a trustworthy guide for life.”

Anderson’s personal experience growing up with learning difficulties and later watching her own children’s learning differences fostered her passion for wanting to help others build their self worth and discover their own unique talents, the core function of intuition.

Both educational and inspiring, the dynamic character interactions in Anderson’s new book emulate the pain of feeling different and how following intuition leads to self-actualization.

“Tellaga and Conred” demonstrates that each of us is unique for a reason, encouraging youth and adults alike to stop comparing themselves to others and to stand behind whom they are in order to find their best fit in life.

“With the use of intuition, we uncover our unique talent and use it,” Anderson says. “We move from self-critical to self-thrilled.”

“Tellaga and Conred: A Fable for Grownups” by Joyce Anderson
Paperback, $13.95
e-Book, $4.95
ISBN: 978-1-44905-789-3
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About the author
Joyce Anderson’s extensive career includes working13 years in the corporate world, owning and operating a Jazzercise franchise for 16 years, earning various certifications in intuition, and starting a consulting business, Conversations with Yourself. She also managed an international radio program,; the shows are now archived on her website. Anderson resides in Seattle with her husband, currently pursuing playwriting for schools. “Tellaga and Conred” is the first book of a trilogy.

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