Intuition in Businessby Angela O’Connell and Pat Naylor
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Intuition has been described as the spark that ignites creative thought
Memory is another function of the brain and nervous system that we use every day, but don’t really yet understand.
Intuition goes hand in hand with problem solving, so improving one will improve the other.
This topic tells you about those micro-movements that may tell you a lot about someone without your being consciously aware of it.
Malcolm Gladwell, published by Penguin (UK), 2005, 254 pages
This book is about knowing without knowing why. Malcolm Gladwell, author of The Tipping Point, explores ‘the snap judgement or decision’. He explains how this can be more effective than being cautious.
The hidden intelligence
Sandra Weintraub, published by Butterworth Heinemann (US), 1998, 337 pages
Weintraub interviews Fortune 500 company executives and start up entrepreneurs to determine the part intuition plays in their success.
The luck factor
Dr Richard Wiseman, published by Hyperion (US), 2003, 209 pages
Wiseman has scientifically studied the behaviours of lucky and unlucky people and identified the Four Essential Principles of how to be lucky. One of the principles is about that lucky people make successful decisions by using their intuition and gut feelings.
The power of intuition
Gary Klein, published by Currency (US), 2004, 352 pages
Klein reveals the critical role intuition plays in business decision-making and explains how anyone at any level can develop the intuitive skills that lead to success.
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