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  1. Well said!

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  2. Wow! Really interesting anecdote. I like Daniel Kahneman’s take on the subject: “True intuitive expertise is learned from prolonged experience with good feedback on mistakes.”

    In other words, intuition is the result of time spent on a subject, refined by hard evidence. It isn’t one or the other, it is that one strengthens the other.

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  3. Thank you! Great post. Needs to be said over, and over and over again is as many ways as possible. Every decision you make enters your brain through the emotional door and leaves through the rational door. http://bampowtakethat.com/you-might-think-with-your-brain-but-your-brain-thinks-with-its-gut/

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  4. While Mayer might be correct about testing ideas in theory, in practice the 41 shades example was extremely flawed. The £200M assertion is also completely unprovable, and may well be bogus - and this is why:

    http://webtorque.org/googles-200m-ab-test-cobblers/

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  5. great post, 1 agree with you nishant.Harga Jaket Gunung

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