In a world obsessed with “evidence,” what’s the place for what we call “gut feel”—that inner signal which seems to let us know whether something—or someone—is right or wrong?
Many of us have been brought up to present a rational argument, to marshall the facts, to make the case.
That doesn’t always seem to lead to the right decision, especially when it comes to people.
Perhaps we need to factor in something less tangible. Maybe we need both good evidence and good feelings.
…if that’s always possible.
What about you?
What do you do about “gut feel” and “evidence”? How do you reconcile the two?