Why Statistical Principles Are So Hard to Follow

If this post was to end right where it begins, I’d answer the question posed by saying that statistical principles are so hard to follow because they go against human nature or they go against what is the manner in which we naturally interpret our environment. Obviously I’m going to go a little deeper with my exploration of this observation however, because this pursuit of building up as many passive income streams as possible is a relentless one. Continue reading

How to Develop and Use Any Skill to Create Passive Income

I think it’s now as clear as daylight that the youngest members of Generation X and pretty much all Millennials think a bit differently about the old adage of transitioning through school and then immersing oneself in an employed career until retirement age. We don’t want to be tied down like that and if there is a better way to make a living – a better way to make a good living, why not go for it? Continue reading

Why Should Your Expat Start-up Offer Health Insurance?

It has become increasingly common for start-ups to move outside of the United Kingdom, at least until they find their feet. It isn’t hard to see why – London is the UK’s start-up hub, but it’s very pricey for a business that may not even be making very much money yet, and there are plenty of locations across the world where living costs are cheap and a large number of start-ups gather. Continue reading