Two more reasons why:
Even very successful people usually need some luck.
A little gross, but for some parents it could be really important information.
The only variables that seem to have any individual predictive power beyond that already embedded in lagged GDP changes are the S&P500, the ISM’s new manufacturing orders, and private housing building permits.
But if you like forecasting, you might like this: "Everybody's Playing With This Unemployment Calculator That Lets You Predict The Future".
Take a look at mugshots from a "rogue's gallery of Florida's mad, bad, and ugly".
When debate over public unions flared up in Wisconsin last year, educators claimed Gov. Scott Walker's austere reforms would require thousands of teachers to be laid off.
They were wrong.
With small changes in pension and healthcare contributions while allowing school districts to buy health insurance plans on the open market, Walker's reforms have resulted in what could be considered a statewide teacher-retention program. School districts such as Wauwatosa, hometown of Governor Walker and theWeekly Standard's Fox News star Stephen Hayes, faced a $6.5 million deficit and planned to lay off dozens of teachers. But Walker's reforms allowed all those teachers to remain employed.
I don't know about "greatest" but these are some pretty good mistakes. (Via Florine Church.)
William Tucker predicts that the presidential election will come down to Colorado, Virginia, and North Carolina.
As a resident of NC, I'll do my part.
Encouraging examples of people who have fought dyslexia and ADD and achieved success.
BusinessInsider.com keeps running stories about the high-paying jobs available in Willison. Here are two: