If you indiscriminately trust just anyone,
you're recklessly incompetent.

If you doubt the proven, selected few,
you're a distrustful soul,
and most likely untrustworthy.

Sam C. Chan

Granting unwarranted trust is betrayal of others' trust. Second-guessing proven experts is self-defeating and counter-productive. Trying to improve the un-improvable is a fool's game.

Make the 20% efforts in assembling the 80% successful team. Sift for the crème de la crème. Then, let them work and savor their 98% success rate. What's the point of further doubling their efforts and your own involvement, and only to arrive at a whopping 98.5%?

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