Quick-Style Vision Board

Management and self-help seminars often use a process with senior executives and managers called creating a “vision board.” This is a way to discover deeper and often hidden wishes without relying so heavily on logic. Once completed, the vision board can actually jump start change in team participation and enhance the long-term success of the […]

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How I Came to Focus on Business Intuition

People routinely ask me what in the world I mean by the term  “business intuition” and how I came to get involved in its application to everyday business matters. Here is an audio interview conducted with me by my colleague Kip Eddy in 2002, some ten years after I began to work in this field. […]

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The Importance of Surprise and Trust in the Intuitive Process

Surprise is the single most important clue that you have stumbled into the realm of the intuitive. Often what doesn’t make any rational sense right now makes a whole lot of sense in the larger scheme of things, but you won’t be able to know for sure until later. In the meantime, you have to […]

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The Nuts and Bolts of New Product Development Using Intuitive Tools

[The following is a revised excerpt from a heretofore unpublished manuscript entitled “The Business Hunch: Gut Feeling to Bottom Line.” Originally written in 2004, this blog offers a case study that lets you take a peek at the nuts and bolts of intuitive applications for business and frontier science.] _________________________________________________ A somewhat unusual man unexpectedly […]

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