Would you think it's too weird if a consultant evaluates an idea or investment adding her intuition to that and clairvoyant abilities as a part of the consultation? Or event helps you to shape it out using "additional" skills.
How often in your decision-making process do you rely on your intuition even if it's against pragmatic odds?
Intuitions are great help if that is coming from relevant experiences.
The point is - we are still human, still we have emotions, still we use our gut feelings in lots of decision making elements.
If that is true then intuitions could be equally valued too. Provided you know the person's credential well and you have trust on it.
I am not evaluate an idea or investment based on intuition and pragmatis..QnA is a business that trying to help people around with the best sources and effort that we have.
Its just OPINION. Ask the same question on the same idea from different people and they might have different opinion.
You won't know what is the results until you try it out.
Adding on another OPINION, don't listen to "so-called consultants" unless they already know the network in a firm action plan with an estimated budget scaled to your funds to "ADVISE" you. After all, they have no vested interest and your success or failure has nothing to do with them.
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