On average, people tend to rate themselves better than most in disciplines ranging from health, leadership skills, ethics and more.
Those with the least ability often overrate their skills to the greatest extent. People who are measurably poor at logical reasoning, grammar, financial knowledge, math and emotional intelligence tend to rate their expertise almost as favourably as actual experts do.
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People lacking knowledge and skill in certain areas suffer a double curse.
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Knowing how competent and skilled we are against other people helps us figure out when we can go ahead with our decisions or when we instead need to look for advice.
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