I was talking with several clients recently about the topic of intuition in decision-making and possible opportunities to use it in conjunction with reason and data.
By happenstance, this article arrived in my inbox today and highlights three types of intuition (but does not spend much time on how to access them) and how they’re used in business. The second type, Implicit Knowledge Intuition, explores what I think of as the Archimedes Effect.
Whether or not you seek to further tune in to your intuition and gut-check, it would seem that most of us would benefit from even a small amount of non-structured time each day (a daily walk at lunch, for example) to allow creativity and innovative thinking to visit us.
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