A few years ago someone tried to get me to buy solar panels for our house in Arizona. One of my main filtering tools was to ask for past successes to prove the company’s expertise. I was interested in past success with houses of similar size, location (preferably in my city), and the actual savings each year (the longer the history the better). After requesting this information, the salesman was unable to provide me with the required evidence. His inability to provide me with this evidence does not necessarily prove to me he was not an expert, but it does prove that I didn’t know if he was an expert and, more importantly, neither did he.
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