Don’t be afraid to seek specialist help



Falling victim to the Dunning-Kruger effect could cost you time and money, so don’t be afraid to seek specialist help


The expression ‘a little knowledge is a dangerous thing’ relates to people who become falsely overconfident about their expertise in a certain subject despite possessing a small amount of knowledge about it.


In a nutshell, this is called the overconfidence effect (or the Dunning–Kruger effect) – and it’s dangerous because when a person’s confidence in their ability is greater than their actual ability, mistakes happen.

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