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Gladwell also uses many examples of regular people's experiences with "thin-slicing," including our instinctive ability to mind-read, which is how we can get to know a person's emotions just by looking at his or her face.
It presents in popular science format research from psychology and behavioral economics on the adaptive unconscious: mental processes that work rapidly and automatically from relatively little information.
This idea suggests that spontaneous decisions are often as good as—or even better than—carefully planned and considered ones.
To reinforce his ideas, Gladwell draws from a wide range of examples from science and medicine (including malpractice suits), sales and advertising, gambling, speed dating (and predicting divorce), tennis, military war games, and the movies and popular music.
There are ways to do this but it is difficult because the information comes from inside the person using the pendulum, and in order to use the pendulum on behalf of someone else, you have to be very tuned into the other person. If you start to work with the pendulum, and you are not getting clear swings on the answers, then go over what could be causing this.
Anyone can use the pendulum for himself, but few can use it for others. Ask the pendulum "Is there a more appropriate time?