People commonly report that they make the best decisions not while actively trying to make a choice but, say, taking a shower, knitting or working out. This is because "aha" moments that spark brilliant, unexpected solutions tend to crop up when our minds are quiet and our conscious-ness is at rest. These aha moments are often the only way to solve truly complex problems that are too big for our conscious mind to process. The good news is that these flashes of insight are not as random as they seem, and can be fostered by specific conditions. Read more...
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