Be aware of the believability rate of people⁠


13th of December 2019

Category: Philosophy⁠

People love to have opinions about things they don't know much or anything about. If you make a decision and get advice from someone, then make sure the person is believable, meaning the person knows what he or she is talking about. Obvious, but too often people with a believability rate of zero give free advice. This free advice can cost a lot. Check people's believability rate. ⁠

Take from "Principles" by Ray Dalio⁠

Picture of a skeptical Annika that seems to check out believability rates.⁠

Joseph Bartz