A lot of people say psychics are scammers, but some of the most successful business people evidently don’t agree. Fortune interviewed a number of successful business people who say that psychics have given them the edge they need to get ahead.
Gillian Oxley, one of the most successful realtors in Toronto, told Fortune that she makes approximately $100 million a year thanks to her monthly discussions with renowned psychic Colette Baron-Reid. Oxley says Baron-Reid not only gives her insight into herself, but she tells Oxley about some of the people she’s doing business with.
Oxley isn’t alone. Baron-Reid counts leaders in real estate, entertainment and energy among her clients. More and more business owners are including in their circle of advisors an intuitive advisor or spiritual advisor to give them a metaphysical edge. The article even points out that Steve Jobs reportedly had a spiritual advisor on staff.
Entrepreneurs are particularly prone to consulting psychics, according to astrologer Robert Ohotto, who claims to have high-ranking Google executives as clients. He told Fortune: “Any entrepreneur that has been hugely successful either has a very well developed intuition of their own, or consults people who do.”
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One of the most successful business psychics is Laura Day. She says her clients are top corporate executives who pay as much as $10,000 a month to retain her services. She was once called The Psychic of Wall Street by The Daily Telegraph for warning her clients to get out of the stock market before the 2008 crash.
Entrepreneurs know that risk is part of every business venture. You don’t always know if something is going to pay off. You just have to hope it will and move forward to try to make it happen.
Advisors can help with that decision making, giving business people the benefit of their knowledge and expertise. Why not cover all bases and include a psychic in the mix? If you’re like Oxley, your business endeavor may benefit as a result.