Becoming an intuitive expert in your field requires a deep understanding of your subject. Take a look at how to get there in this video.
- [Instructor] Blink number nine, … cultivating deep understanding is the surest path … to finding your intuitive brilliance. … Physicist Richard Feynman was known … for his uncanny intuition. … He had the knack of looking at a complex problem … and seemingly plucking the solution out of thin air. … The technical term for this ability is intuitive expertise … and it can seem rather mysterious to outside observers, … but there's a perfectly rational explanation … for Feynman's flashes of brilliance. … His deep understanding of physics enabled him … to intuit unexpected connections and patterns. … Whatever subject you may be studying, … it takes time and patience to build up the level … of deep understanding on which intuitive expertise is built. … But by employing a few simple strategies, … you can accelerate the rate at which you acquire it. … Start by getting back to basics. … Feynman was famous for asking stupid questions … and would frustrate his students by bombarding them … with questions about basic concepts. …
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