The Definition Of Intuition

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Day to day live is full of decisions, big and small. Are the decisions always correct and outcomes proper? They can't be but is there a possibility to develop decision-making skills and make better decisions? What is the process behind our decision? Two types of decisions When we drive a car or do some other activity that we are familiar, it doesn't need a lot of effort. Actions like driving involve hundreds or millions of decision-making processes. These decisions are unconscious and automatic. Fast decision processing enables more mental resources being reserved to be used on other more important things. This is type 1 is fast primitive, reaction type. If you are driving and something happens, attention is drawn to the new situation and the…show more content…
The Intuition, know as 'gut feeling', sounds emotional and less precise. The source of intuition is in our earlier experiences and values. Intuition reflex what we have learned from life, being a useful but less accurate source of information on the decision processes. Intuition is mostly used on fast, less important decisions. The reasoning is a more accurate, relying on facts and figures. The process can be seen as more formal, structural and calculating. The best is a combination of these two elements. First collecting all information and using reasoning to make an obvious 'decision' and process it a second time using intuition. Intuition is used to get a feeling is the decision right or wrong? The good decision is something that you can prove to yourself and others. The best decisions are made by using a combination of these two elements. First by collecting all the information and using reasoning to make an obvious 'decision'. The decision is process a second time using intuition. Intuition is used to get a feeling if the decision is right or wrong? Remember that the good decision is something that you can prove to yourself and others. Biases and Quality of
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