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Blink By Malcolm Gladwell

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Intuition is often presented as the opposite of structured achievement There are people who intuit the answer to a problem and there are those who work it out the long and hard way This distinction is false intuitive facilities turn out to be gifts that are developed and educated by practice and experience.

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