This case is about a person who has been proud of his judgment.
Off late, though, a few of his judgments have gone bad.
He is pretty puzzled: Has he over-estimated his skills? Or is he going through a temporary rough patch? Or is it something else?
Can you connect the dots below and help him build better self-awareness?
1. His judgments4
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This person’s judgment skills are neither poor in general, nor bad in general, nor average.
Instead, his judgment skills show a very interesting pattern:
He is very good in judging situations involving people [Dot 1], but quite poor in judging situations involving products [Dot 2].
Now, what may explain this unique situation?
Well, most likely, this person is skilled in spotting cognitive biases in other people’s thinking. So, he is able to better judge who is right and who is wrong in any people situation! And, most likely, this person’s mind is not skilled in making aesthetic judgments; and so he is unable to evaluate a product on its own!
Note: This case is a very good demonstration of how the method of ‘connecting-the-dots’ can be used to increase one’s self-awareness!
1. Question10 point(s)
Which of the following statements can be inferred from the case dots about this person?CorrectIncorrect