Why we consistently think we’re better than we are
Very difficult subject to deal with and it seems to be becoming much more prevalent. I thought it was pretty original when I first heard the phrase, "fake it until you make it." Then found out how much benefit there was in doing so, but now I hear it all the time. Currently interviewing for positions and I still find it hard even after 13 years to drill it into my head to ask questions, as much as possible first, to try and curb assumptions. It's far more impressive to interviewers to anticipate potholes instead of "knowing" the answers. My absolute worst trait is too much information which is self evident here, but try as I can, I can never just answer the question and not digress a lot of times.
Thanks for reading,
Thank you, Ryan. Read in Singapore.