Change the tourist attitude. Overcome cognitive biases.

Dunning-Krueger effect

People who have a low skill level make wrong conclusions and make bad decisions, but are unable to realize their mistakes because of their low skill level. Failure to understand the mistakes made leads to a belief in one’s own rightness and therefore to increased confidence in one’s decisions and in oneself, as well as to an awareness of one’s superiority.
The Dunning-Kruger effect is a psychological paradox often encountered in life: less competent people consider themselves professionals and more competent people are more likely to doubt themselves and their abilities. The lower the level of competence, the higher the self-confidence.

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