Our decisions are made influenced by many factors.
A careful consideration of outcomes based on rational, logical and reasonable predictive models (scientific) allows us to take decisions with some level of confidence and conviction.
Right or wrong outcomes flow from this same process of decision-making.
But it is not all who take decisions on the basis of a proven belief in following that which produces expected outcomes – with near accuracy.
Some basically are unscientific about decision making. Their inborn gut feeling drives their reactions to events.
You may have reservations about working on instincts but bingo!, those who act on same get it right almost all the times.
So, if your instincts have served your right previously, don’t ignore it when convinced about a decision.
Instincts are life savers – factor them in your decision making process.