Aha! Phenomenon

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A flash of insight related to a problem—e.g., integration of a complex set of data—which may result in a solution to the problem
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Finding this perk was the biggest aha! moment I had in the couple of dozen hours I spent with "Rage 2." In this game, life begins when you start fixating over skill trees.
It forces both player and observer to think, and maybe even experience an Aha! Moment, something that rarely ever happens on the other platform people play dress-up for, the red carpet.
Seeing the light bulbs turn on for people when they make a connection or discovery about themselves or others (their personal aha! moment).
"For years, whenever someone, for example, used our app to scan Facebook -- there was a significant Aha! moment -- people see dozens and dozens of apps and games and quizzes; either they used them a long, long time ago or they forgot that they used them in the past, or they did not know that those apps had significant access to their data."
It was well over half way through the first group that we had our "aha! moment." Up until that point, all the feedback and comments were positive and quite encouraging.
'That was my aha! moment, because I saw that hotels and airlines run at about 80 percent capacity utilization globally, but restaurants run at around 30 percent,' Cluzel says.
It was my aha! moment of grasping the unique power of theatre to bring communities together, create rich stories from our varied experiences, and perform them onstage.
In what had to have been an aha! moment, IFA planners chose not only to recruit veterans as franchise owners, but to also expand the outreach of VetFran by setting goals for hiring veterans and their spouses as employees.
Factor to receive and interpret the answers to your prayers and intentions; what an Aha! Moment actually is and how to have more of them throughout your day to help you to make decisions that you can believe in; lists the 101 Signs, Symbols and Synchronicities that show when a message is coming to you and what it means; reveals how to easily incorporate your Aha!
Obviously, that creative spark, that new insight, that aha! moment is often crucial to producing new ideas and advancing knowledge.
Copeland recalled that the "aha! moment" came after several different approaches had been considered.
How many of us have settled friends (or strangers) in front of the scope, waiting for that Aha! moment when they finally understand why we do what we do?