Intuition

   

Definition: Intuition is the instinctive ability or act of problem solving, knowing or sensing without inference and/or the use of reasoning.
It involves a direct perception, immediate apprehension, instinctive knowledge or belief, a keen insight.
Intuition plays a role in many creative decision making and innovation approaches, such as Lateral Thinking, out of the box thinking, abductive reasoning, brainstorming, brainwriting, Six Thinking Hats, etc.
See also Gut Feeling.


   

   

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