How Not to Win Friends or Influence People

How Not to Win Friends or Influence People

In 1936, Dale Carnegie wrote his famous self-help book How to Win Friends and Influence People, which to this day is one of the best-selling books of all time. In it, Carnegie advises – among other things – to avoid actual arguments, show respect for the other person’s opinions, and admit when you’re wrong.

Media Ethics: NBC Editor Dafna Linzer Bullies HuffPo Reporter On Behalf Of DNC

Media Ethics: NBC Editor Dafna Linzer Bullies HuffPo Reporter On Behalf Of DNC

The bias and unethical conduct that the media insists is a figment of our imagination is quite real. We’ve discussed it many times. From Donna Brazile feeding…

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