Consider the following continuum:


(A)s rely primarily on logic (sometimes black and white thinking) and precedence to drive their decision making. They may leverage some level of intuition occasionally, but prefer to fall back on (or retrospectively create) a “rational” reason, ideally with precedence, for every decision. Responding to change, or doing something differently, can be challenging.

(B)s rely more often on their intuition, and do not always feel the need to completely rationalise every decision – as long as each “felt” right at the time. The ability to swing into a more intuitive mode can be very useful when responding to sudden change where few hard facts are available. It frees up more opportunity to take risks.