Sunday, November 29, 2009

Assessing the Experts

The over-hyped experts are usually amateurs who usually focus on a limited objectives and its generalities. They use "marketing words" to amaze the naive that they are "in the know" and that they have the secret insight to understanding the current situation. . . . They efficiently utilize their primitive templates, checklists and their vast network of expediters to display their level of effectiveness.

History tells us that these charlatans have a great tendency of saying one thing and do another.

When the outcome does not match their prediction, they retreat to their local bar and drink themselves to a state of forgetfulness and self-forgiveness. After a few days or weeks, they start again.

How can one ever consider these amateurs to be an expert? Some might presume that they are the experts in the art and the science of the deception.

We will discuss more on this topic in the future.

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