How Forethought (Not Intuition) Separates the Good from the Great – Jeff Stibel – Harvard Business Review

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“Here’s how forethought is different from intuition. To have forethought, you need an abundance of details and you must labor over them. There is no right answer when thinking about the future, merely an endless number of scenarios. It is what the Stanford economist Thomas Sowell calls “long-range thinking.” Forward thinking is the brain’s way to chip away at the edges of uncertainty, to make bets based on past experience. The best of the best do this incessantly.”

How Forethought (Not Intuition) Separates the Good from the Great – Jeff Stibel – Harvard Business Review.

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