“An investment in knowledge pays the most interest.”
In 1963, U.S. television audiences became addicted to a new television game show called “Let’s Make a Deal.” The show became so popular that it was later syndicated, and it’s still being shown in many countries around the globe.
On the show, contestants chosen from the audience were offered the chance to accept an unidentified prize that they knew would be moderately desirable, for example, a TV set or a refrigerator. They didn’t know exactly what prize they would get because it was hidden behind a door. To make the game more interesting, the contestants could instead choose an unknown prize concealed behind one of two other doors. One of ...