Trust your gut in big decisions?

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Much has been written about the role of intuition in decision making. Can we trust our ‘gut’ when it comes to big decisions and choices? If so, when? And where does this intuitive understanding come from?

I hope this Harvard Business Review article by Laura Huang – ‘When It’s OK to Trust Your Gut on a Big Decision’ provokes a reaction and gets you thinking about your views on intuition and what place you think it should have in decision making.

And if you’re interested to explore this more, I’d point you to one of the gurus in this field, Gary Klein, who has devoted years to studying how experts apply intuition when they are faced with challenging decisions (check the Resources page for more info about his writings).

You’ll be unsurprised to hear that I’ve got opinions on all of this, but I’d rather hear your thoughts! Drop a comment in the box below and let me know what you think. Has Laura Huang got it right?



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