Management

Intuition

Sorry for the rant, but I’d really like you to reconsider this reoccurring way of thinking, where you demand we abandon our intuition in favor of proving everything first. Even if someone’s intuition ends up being wrong, it’s easier and less stressful to fix it later than to seek rock-solid proof for every decision we make, before we are allowed to make it. Humans don’t work like that.

A luxury humans have and computers don’t is intuition. Try not to forget that, especially if you are a human who works with computers.

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  1. Pingback: Intuitive and rational thinking « jungianarchetypalpsych

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