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Dr. Rozzano C. Locsin RN, PhD, FAAN, Dr. Marguerite Purnell RN, PhD, AHN-BC - 2009 - Preview - More editions
|Intuition simply knows that something is true without any proof; it relies on past |
experience, the development of relationships, and the simple act of being with.
Scientist Albert Einstein is quoted as saying, “The only real valuable thing is
|It is by intuition that we discover. Mathematician Henri Poincare' (1854-1912) The |
only real valuable thing is intuition. Albert Einstein (1879-1955) Why is intuition
so valuable? Philosophers and theorists have discussed and debated the topic ...
|We have all heard people say: “My intuition was wrong," when in fact it was not |
intuition speaking to them, but only their thoughts or ... Experience is the only way
we know for sure. ... Albert Einstein said, “The only real valuable thing is intuition.
|Einstein said, "The only real valuable thing is intuition."1 His observation |
suggests a critical difference of sales management from other company functions.
There are no well-formed processes or procedures for many sales decisions.
|was not the first person to talk about the intuitive mind and how it helped him see |
opportunities where other people saw problems, so he was free to manifest new
discoveries in life. ... He also said, “The only real valuable thing is intuition.
|“The only real valuable thing is intuition.” - Albert Einstein It all has to do with that |
slippery concept “Intuition”. Intuition reacts in similar ways to Cognitive
Dissonance. If you don't remember, go back and check the part on “Beliefs” in the
|Previous knowledge and experience may also act as an intervening variable |
between intuition and the type/degree of ... As expressed by Albert Einstein, 'the
only real valuable thing is intuition' and for entrepreneurs developing their own
|Step. 5: Access. Your. SuperIntuitive. State. 'The only real valuable thing is |
intuition.' ALBERT EINSTEIN AsIntuitiveSensitives, our intuition provides a viewof
life we cannot rationally justify, yet it opens doors and creates happiness. Theflow
|—ALEXIS CARREL Stop defending or explaining your intuition to others, |
especially when you know that they aren't ... —ALEXIS CARREL It's interesting
how some people are comfortable with the word The only real valuable thing is
|Spiritually bulletproof people learn to recognize the “nibbles" of intuition so that |
they can “hook the fish. ... to Aristotle “Intuition is the source ofscientific
knowledge,”and Albert Einstein writes that “The only real valuable thing is