How a Statistician Sets Goals: Dr. McClave’s 3 Principles

I am a self-admitted goal-setting addict. My addiction began in my early thirties when I listened to the motivational tapes – yep, back then we listened to tapes on our car tape players – of Earl Nightingale. “You become what you think about” was Earl’s primary thesis and it resonated with me. So, I began…

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  1. Goal Setting: A Way of Life

    I am a self-admitted goal-setting addict. My addiction began in my early thirties when I listened to the motivational tapes – yep, back then we listened to tapes on our car tape players – of Earl Nightingale. “You become what you think about” was Earl’s primary thesis, and it resonated with me. So, I began…

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  2. In the Beginning…

    Forty years ago when I founded Info Tech, I had no concept of what it might take to lead a company.  My only real job had been teaching and doing research as a member of UF’s Statistics Department.  I loved my job, particularly the teaching part, but there was no leadership involved, unless one counts…

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