We are constantly in a work-and-learn situation. The more we learn, the easier we should be at work. With continued work, we can’t stop learning.
How good are we? TBH it is not important at all.
Good or bad, we keep working and learning (there is no escape). Our competency is built by continuous efforts from both.
Failures to understand our own competency can lead to cognitive biases called Dunning-Krugger Effect and Imposter Syndrome.
- Dunning-Krugger Effect: over-confident or too humble
- Imposter Syndrom: denied our actual competency