Educators have tried to boost learning by focusing on differences in learning styles. Management consultants tout the impact that different...
For centuries, scientists have studied how we go about the difficult task of choosing A or B, left or right, North or South – and how both instinct and intellect figure into the process.
A study has found that you are more likely to perform well if you do not think too hard, and instead trust your instincts.
When faced with a difficult decision, we try to come up with the best choice by carefully considering all of the options, maybe even resorting to lists and lots of sleepless nights.
Most of us experience ‘gut feelings’ we can’t explain, such as instantly loving — or hating — a new property when we’re house-hunting or the snap judgments we make on meeting new people.
Sometimes work can be a drag. You get caught up in trying to be more productive, and suddenly your life turns into a series of to-do lists.
While these creative or “Aha!” moments often are associated with scientific discoveries and inventions, most people occasionally feel the thrill of insight when a solution that had eluded them suddenly becomes obvious.
This advice is geared towards small business owners, particularly people who are just starting (or about to start) their own business.