Hunches - Deepstash


  1. Hunch is a piece of feeling - stuff ; a mental event that feels something like knowledgeable but doesn't feel perfectly trustworthy.
  2. The challenge is to decide which hunches are trustworthy and which are not.
  3. Never confuse a hunch with the hope. Be highly sceptical anytime.
  4. Trust hunch only if you can explain it ; that is only if you can identify with your mind a stored body of information out of which that hunch might reasonably be supposed to have arisen if you have no such library of data then disregard the hunch.


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