17 Views on Intuition InThe Business Decision Making Process


Share this post and help spread the love!“17 Views on Intuition In The Business Decision Making Process?” written by Bren Koger. What is Intuition? This can be a difficult question to answer. For me, it’s a gut feeling or a hunch about something or someone only to have it confirmed later. Sometimes it might even be a still, small voice telling you to do something that seems illogical.  For example, have you ever taken a different route home than you normally take, or made a phone call and then you find out later it was exactly what you needed to do? This is what I call intuition. I think It’s tapping into the natural intelligence that allows us to think outside the facts and data that are right in front of us. Francis Cholle in Psychology Today magazine calls it “a process that gives us the ability to know something directly without analytic reasoning, bridging the gap between the conscious and non conscious parts of our mind, and also between instinct and reason. It’s u
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17 Views on Intuition InThe Business Decision Making Process


Share this post and help spread the love!“17 Views on Intuition In The Business Decision Making Process?” written by Bren Koger. What is Intuition? This can be a difficult question to answer. For me, it’s a gut feeling or a hunch about something or someone only to have it confirmed later. Sometimes it might even be a still, small voice telling you to do something that seems illogical.  For example, have you ever taken a different route home than you normally take, or made a phone call and then you find out later it was exactly what you needed to do? This is what I call intuition. I think It’s tapping into the natural intelligence that allows us to think outside the facts and data that are right in front of us. Francis Cholle in Psychology Today magazine calls it “a process that gives us the ability to know something directly without analytic reasoning, bridging the gap between the conscious and non conscious parts of our mind, and also between instinct and reason. It’s u
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