Category Archives: Life’s Lessons

Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics

You hear a stat, it sounds convincing, you form your opinion or you confirm that your belief is true.  Unfortunately stats from groups with an agenda, whether unintended or on purpose, are usually wrong. My favorite example is when an … Continue reading

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Science debunked again – prostate cancer screening

You trust science and scientists, after all, they do a tremendous amount of research before publishing opinions.  Unfortunately scientific myth after scientific myth gets over turned.  Now it is the benefits of early screening for prostate cancer per this article. … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs life – lessons of a genius

I had never read Steve Job’s bio until his passing today.  Interesting how his path mirrors advice in one of my early posts on this site “Don’t Go To College”. Steve Jobs went to college but quit after one semester.  … Continue reading

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Don’t go to college

Everyone says you must go to college – after all, study after study proves that college graduates make more money than high school grads or lower.  However, there is an alternative. Today college costs thousands or tens of thousands per year … Continue reading

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