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#89 – The Dunning-Kruger Effect: The Illusion of Competence

#89 - The Dunning-Kruger Effect

00:48:40  |  This week Bryan and Francis explore the captivating Dunning-Kruger effect, a real phenomena that can affect your decisions in the field.  As shooters progress from beginners to experts, their understanding of what they “know” will slowly but surely change over time.  In many cases, the initial base of knowledge gained leads to over-confidence and ends with head-scratching moments.  Listen in as Bryan and Francis chat about the learning process, finding spots for improvement and recognizing your “blind spot”: The Dunning-Kruger Effect.

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  • Zebulon Jakub says:

    I would have to add.. any time Dunning Kruger is used as it is a theory…. You must add Imposter Syndrome as it is the antithesis

  • Jimmy De Ryck says:

    Very interesting podcast. Something I noticed during years as a LR shooter and instructor even with an academic background, the learning curve never stops to improve yourself and the equipment. Be critical, humble and put yourself out of the comfort zone. During some courses and discussions I realized that some people were rewriting the basic laws of physics, interesting. Knowledge, experience, attitude,…

  • Mark Lanphear says:

    Great talk boys. I will be entering my first season of ELR in the spring. New build and steep learning curve. Thanks for the topic and useful information. Now if I could just find a partner.
    Thanks and keep up the great work!

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