Counterintuitive thinking: Going against common sense.

Updated: Oct 11, 2019

Acting counter-intuitively can often place us in a better position than we expected.

When #events happen most of us aim to respond in a #mindful way that will hopefully result in a #positive #outcome for us. If we do A we'll get B - a predictable and workable #response. In this article from the British Psychological Society, Christian Jarrett explores what happens when we do the #opposite and how sometimes what we think is #right can often be #wrong and why #acting counter-intuitively can benefit us.


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