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12/04/2019

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Good one, as I missed this yesterday. This reinforces the existence/tendency/theory of the two separate thought process types in people; thinking fast (decisions based on experience, patterns and heuristics) and thinking slow (decisions based on deeper cognitive and analytical processes).

Funny coincidence, as yesterday we were actually chatting about two unique approaches that may be in the offing - one of which I know you had initially been lukewarm about, but which now seems to be gaining support and momentum. That got me thinking about ideas that are innovative/creative, but are just bad. And how do you distinguish those from ones that encounter resistance, just because the thinking isn't as easy?

Not sure I have the answer . . . because the solution definitely requires some hard thinking (oh, no).

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