ILLUMINATION
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ILLUMINATION

Why the Dunning-Kruger effect does more harm than the Imposter Syndrome

Especially in the team effort

“A Dog In The Manger”(Source: Wikimedia Commons)

It all started with a Greek fable in the 1st century.

“A dog in the manger who has no need of, or ability to eat, the chaff in the barn. But it would prevent the cows from having it.”

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