Believe it or not, intuition plays an important role in even the seemingly most logical thought processes, you know those cold yes-or-no decisions based on hard facts. The truth of the matter is that without some form of underlying intuition, it would be impossible to make any decision whatsoever. Too bad that folks do not heed more to the voice of intuition. Probably the main reason that I received yet another rejection this afternoon. As if I was less suitable than the other two candidates, when in fact I was the only viable option for "true" success. Unfortunately, the interviewer was swayed the other way by the more obvious, a slight gust of wind, and while he certainly made what seemed the right decision for himself and his upcoming company, I was left out in right field. To wait for awhile and catch the long hits that might become home-runs by jumping back to the wall at the very last instant before it is too late. His right field will just have to remain empty and open and vulnerable for now. I choose instead to go with my intuition and let things rest as they may in the hopes that something will pop up in the not so distant future.
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