An acquaintance recently saw “Glint” on my business card and asked me if it was a jewelry company. I had to admit, it was an understandable assumption.
If she knew me even a little, she’d know I’d never do anything that literal.
The truth is, what originally made me think of the name “Glint” is the realization that I see the world in glints. That’s the closest I can come to explaining what it’s like being highly intuitive. Certain things just stand out, sort of like a beacon.
Now, the good thing about intuitions is they are never wrong. The bad thing about intuitions is they are never precise.
So if I get an intuitive glint, I have to go on the hunt to figure out exactly what it means. I’m tenacious about that because when I do finally discern the meaning it’s always been something valuable.
How does that play out for Glint clients?
I see a common denominator to all the work we’ve done for our clients, no matter what we were originally hired to do. For my part, when I listen and learn about new clients and their needs, I follow all the intuitive glints I perceive, and they always lead to unexpected assets (that’s the fun part) and at times, yet-to-be-realized obstacles to their progress (not so fun but important to know). A few examples:
The slogan “Be radiant” is more straightforward and actually more literal. It’s about the power each of us has, as individuals and organizations, to be a radiant force in the world.