Monday, February 22, 2016

Life Lessons From MCMC simulations

1. If your attempts are too successful, perhaps you are playing it too safe

2. Don’t fear rejection; in the long run, it is your friend!

3. In theory, it doesn’t matter where you start; if you are persistent, and persevere long enough, you will get to where you need to be.

4. Don't burn out before you burn in.

5. If you are lucky to begin from a good starting point, you are more likely to reach your goals.

6. Luck matters!

7. When the odds are good, the longer you stay in the game, the more it works for you. Ask Charles Darwin or Warren Buffett.

8. Hard problems become simpler, when you mix things up or adjust the thermostat.

9. Sometimes it feels like you’ve arrived. Before you celebrate, remember to check if you’ve arrived at the correct destination.

10. Knowing the answer is important; knowing how much to trust it is more important.

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