Talking With Jager McConnell, CEO of Crunchbase - Using Intuition To Succeed In Businessby@scottdclary
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Talking With Jager McConnell, CEO of Crunchbase - Using Intuition To Succeed In Business

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As entrepreneurs, there are many different skills we have to constantly be developing. But what if there’s one that you can’t touch, can’t see, can’t really measure, but it turns out to be one of the most valuable tools in your arsenal? We’re talking about intuition. Intuition can be hard to define, but it’s that general feeling you get that something is right or wrong without necessarily being able to explain why. It’s your gut feeling, that sense of ‘knowing’. We’ve all felt it before, when we suddenly get an inkling about what’s about to happen, or about the outcome of a decision that was just made, without necessarily knowing why we feel that way. It’s true that intuition isn’t always reliable and it can be wrong sometimes. But it’s also true that it can be incredibly helpful in making decisions and succeeding in business. In my recent conversation with Jager McConnell, CEO of Crunchbase, we dove deep into his history of entrepreneurship. We also talked about how he has used his intuition to navigate his career and the value of developing this skill. This inspired me to do a deep dive into this topic, as intuition has played a crucial role in my career as well. I believe it’s incredibly valuable to learn what this skill is, how to develop it, and how to use it properly. So, buckle up, today’s going to be a fun ride!
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