[Question] What is our evidence that Bayesian Rationality makes people’s lives significantly better?

Anec­do­tally, it has stream­lined my think­ing pro­cess ex­po­nen­tially, and made me more self-aware. How­ever, most pro­po­nents of most be­lief sys­tems will make similar claims.

Our gen­eral tech­niques of us­ing sci­ence to come to truth is inar­guably valuable, but that’s not unique to us.

What ev­i­dence can I show to a non-Ra­tion­al­ist that our par­tic­u­lar move­ment (i.e. our par­tic­u­lar tech­niques for over­com­ing bi­ases, study­ing de­ci­sion the­ory, ap­ply­ing Bayesi­anism, learn­ing CBT tech­niques, etc.) is valuable for mak­ing their lives sig­nifi­cantly bet­ter?