A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing personal opinion. (Proverbs 18:2)
When pride comes, then comes disgrace; but wisdom is with the humble. (Proverbs 11:2)

She had no training in her job, but she refused to take a course to learn more. He insisted that he knew more than the others on staff despite having less experience and education in the field. Psychologists call this the DunningKruger Effect. It’s a cognitive bias in which a person with limited competence in a particular area overestimates their abilities. The less we know about something, the more confidence we have. We do not know enough to know what we do not know. It’s unfortunate that we think this way because if we were humble enough to realize we do not know what we do not know, we might be willing to learn and grow. Ironically, those with a great deal of knowledge and skill in a field tend to be less confident because they are aware of how much they do not know. Jesus invites us, “Take my yoke upon you,
and learn from me; for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.” (Matthew 11:29)

Dr. Sam