Billionaire entrepreneur Peter Diamandis is famous for having established the X Prize, It offers millions of dollars for the first team to meet various major challenges, for example, the self-teaching software that, within 18 months, yields the biggest improvement in standardized achievement tests among students in developing nations.
So I was intrigued when I saw Peter's Laws. Alas, the intrigue quickly turned to derision.
I disagree with at least half of them but space precludes my
critiquing that many, In my PsychologyToday.com article today, I cite seven I particularly think are wrong and
why. And because I prefer to criticize only when I can propose an
alternative, I offer a few Marty's Not-Quite Laws and welcome your critique of them