What's your hunch?

A hunch is an inkling, a possibility, a sneaking suspicion about the future. It’s that thought you’ve been turning over in your head that just might mean you’re onto something.

We don’t often share our hunches, but when we do, amazing things can happen! 

At the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, we have a hunch your hunch can help build a Culture of Health. We hope you’ll share it.

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Explore hunches

Explore the hunches below, share your favorites, create a stack of hunches that pique your curiosity, generate a random selection of hunches and see what new hunches emerge.

See Hunches Collide

When hunches come together, they can spark new ideas and insights. See if a selection of hunches picked at random inspires a new hunch for you.

Why share your hunch?

Our world needs more good ideas. Sharing our hunches may be one way to get there. 

While an idea can be acted on -- built, created, executed, stopped in its tracks -- a hunch more often needs to ferment. 

We created www.shareyourhunch.org so that anyone, anywhere can set their hunch free, giving it the freedom to grow stronger, to connect with other hunches, to spark new insights that can pave the way to a better future.

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Insights from Our Blog: The Hunch Room

What can hunches tell us? Check out The Hunch Room for observations, insights and ideas emerging from shareyourhunch.org , like Bruce Haden's recent article "Is Reality Obsolete?"