Showing posts from April, 2018

Can 0.08 seconds make you the greatest? (The Law of Ascending Returns)

In 2016 Olympic games, Usain Bolt was participating in his third consecutive Olympic games. He had won a gold medal in the 100 meters race in the previous two Olympic games. Will he win for the third time? They got set for the 100 meters final. And the gun sounded. The 8 athletes raced. 1 second, 2 seconds, 3 seconds,... Justin Gatlin has got this. It seemed Usain Bolt was going to lose out on gold this time. Oh wait. Like lightning, Bolt rocketed, caught up and got to the finish line. First. Another gold.

How Well Can You Predict What’s In The Future?

What if you can predict the future? Would it make your life easier? Would it make your career more vibrant? Of the closest words to describe the future, one of them is uncertainty. Although many times, people make predictions, they give their forecasts, and are pretty confident about it.

How To Save So That You Stop Going Broke Every Month

Mike Tyson is a popular man today. 

A large portion of his fame is a result of his illustrious career as a boxer. Even today, many years after his retirement as a professional boxer, you would think Mike Tyson is a tiger at first glance. 

Until you look closer and discover he’s a man like you, but with a much tougher face. Mike Tyson was a valiant boxer. Tireless and an ever-present thorn in the sides of his opponents.

Differentiating Between Correlation And Causation Could Make All The Difference

One dangerous conclusion we always make is substituting correlation to be causation. Many times, when it is convenient for the narrative we're trying to pursue, it is common to blur the lines between correlation and causation. Or even delete it in some cases. Yet, knowing the difference between correlation and causation can make all the difference in your career and life as a whole. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, correlation is the relationship between things that happen or change together while causation is the act or process of causing something to happen or exist. Causation is also called cause and effect.

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