For this second episode, we’ll be talking about perhaps the most contentious topic in all of statistics: forecasting. There’s a lot of debate as to whether truly accurate forecasting is even possible. The truth is that, like many things, it’s complicated. Let’s get into it to figure out more.
This next series is going to be on statistics. For this first go around, we won’t be getting into the nitty gritty of distributions and p-tests. Instead, I’ll start off with something everyone can benefit from: statistical fallacies. In the second part, we’ll go into perhaps the most controversial topic in all of statistics: forecasting. But for now,Continue reading “Apalla #11 – Statistics, Part 1”
To finish things up on the management end, we’re going to go through communication. Specifically, I’ll be focusing on the Peacetime-Wartime technique.
The next piece we’ll talk about when it comes to management is behavior. This is probably the most key part of the three. There’s a lot of things you can get away with as a grunt that you can’t as a leader, and in order to perform optimally it’s important to understand what these characteristics are.
This next series we’ll start is on management. While I do intend for this to have a business slant, I will warn you ahead of time that this is where I put all my general “leadership” goodies in as well. So you’ll see a couple of things that you can apply to leading a team inContinue reading “Apalla #8 – Management, Part 1”
As you might notice, both of these have to do with the flow of the sentence — that’s why they’re called grammar styles. But what about the flow of an entire piece? Well, in that case we’ll turn to our structure styles.
In this post, we’ll be talking about writing, something I should probably be pretty good at now but unfortunately am likely not. Writing can essentially be boiled down into two different categories: technique and specialty. Specialty is something we’ve all learned before — in particular, it’s the difference between fiction and nonfiction. Since this might be a tired topicContinue reading “Apalla #6 – Writing, Part 1”
Next is funding the idea. Once again, income-generators are at a bit of an advantage here. With income-generators, you’re in no rush — if a hole has existed in a market for a few years, it’s probably going to stay that way, especially if the market size of that hole is small. Startups, on theContinue reading “Apalla #5 – Entrepreneurship, Part 2”
Our next topic is on entrepreneurship. I know the majority of my reader-base thus far is the startup crowd, and though I hate to further the stereotype I imagine some entrepreneur tips are what you guys are looking for.
[originally published on May 3rd, 2020] First, we’ll start off with feedback. There are two key pieces to high-quality feedback: it must be properly constructive, and it must add something wholly novel.