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When to rely on your gut and when to use rational thought

  • We rely on intuition when we make decisions without active reasoning. 90% of critical decisions are made using our intuition.
  • When we rely on logic, objectivity, and analysis, we depend on rational decision making.

It is advantageous to master both intuition and rational thought processes. When your choices regularly lead to negative outcomes, you may be unconsciously making decisions from the wrong place.

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