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The Dunning–Kruger Effect

Jack Wilson Marshall Dillon The Dunning–Kruger Effect

The Dunning–Kruger Effect

Recognizing our abilities or lack thereof is always the first step in taking positive action to increase our proficiency. I watched as I'm sure many of you did the closed-circuit television coverage of the church shooting in Texas.  Mr. Jack Wilson shot the perpetrator from at least 15 yards, perhaps more, with his handgun, hit him one time and the perpetrator went down. It would've been an impressive shot at any time but when a man is armed with a shotgun and has just shot two people, it becomes even more impressive. Mr. Wilson was confident in his ability to...

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