By the way, I am NOT Laura Day, but I am for hire! Seriously.
Watch the video. I like that she won't do parlor tricks!
Many people don't understand that intuitive counseling is not a precise science. It's unlikely that any psychic is going to peg events, trends, occurrences one hundred percent. There are too many variables.
On the other hand, listening to one's intuition can definitely move the odds in one's favor.
The $10,000-a-Month Psychic
When business people need a crystal ball, they turn to consultant Laura Day, the 'intuitionist.'
Updated: 1:29 PM ET Jun 21, 2008
When Seagate Technology, the $11 billion-a-year maker of hard drives for the Playstation 3 and Microsoft Xbox, went searching for a consultant to run one of its management workshops in the fall of 2006, it bypassed the usual list of Silicon Valley gurus. Instead, Seagate's executive director of software engineering, Gabriel Lawson, invited Laura Day—a stylish New Yorker with no tech experience—to train his Colorado-based team. "She was amazing," Lawson tells NEWSWEEK, recalling Day's quick insights into the poor coordination between the company's research and marketing teams. "Anybody who can afford her will get 100 times their money's worth." What exactly is Day's expertise? While she likes to downplay it as mere "intuition," her clients prefer another explanation: she's a psychic.
Day's feel for the unknown has become a hot commodity among certain high-profile business people...
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