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Business leaders often make important decisions that defy any logical analysis. This process may be termed as a gut instinct, a hunch, or an inner voice.
Our emotions and feelings may be an essential component of a good decision, which is often neglected in the calculative methods usually deployed to solve complex problems.
Listening to your gut or "just doing what feels right" may not be the best way to make a decision.
According to a series of studies where managers tried to detect an interviewee's emotions, they were able to assess the situation more accurately when they thought systematically than when they just relied on intuition.
Emotions and intuition are not fallible tools that always need to be ignored or even corrected by rational faculties,.
Intuition is the result of a lot of processing that happens in the brain but has not yet reached your conscious awareness.
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