News & Updates
Be careful not to blindly trust reported research findings since most reporting findings are erroneous anyway, as this 2005 paper explains and even proves.
Most research findings are not accurately reporting truth, but they are accurately reporting bias.
It’s safer to interpret most research findings as being studies on bias, not as studies on truth.
My friend Morty Lefkoe passed away on November 11th. He had been afflicted with cancer for some time.
Morty helped thousands of people overcome limiting beliefs with the Lefkoe Method, which has been popular with StevePavlina.com readers. People have sent me numerous emails about how Morty helped them grow beyond their perceived limitations.
I first met Morty in 2009 and loved his enthusiasm for coaching people — and especially his patience and dedication. Rachelle and I also stayed with Morty and his wife Shelly during a road trip to the San Francisco Bay Area a few years ago. I remember that Shelly made us all a delightful vegan dinner.
The Lefkoe Institute is continuing to make Morty’s work available, including his transformational videos, so it’s good to know that the body of work he created will continue helping people.
I’m going to miss Morty, as I’m sure many other people will as well. He touched a lot of lives.
I can just imagine Morty on the other side now… saying things like: So you believe you’re dead? That was just an event. Don’t give it any meaning. Being dead doesn’t mean anything. 🙂