Before Dale Carnegie wrote one of the best-selling business books of all time, “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” he founded his own school, the Dale Carnegie Center for Excellence, in 1912. With the book’s success—it has reportedly been purchased more than thirty million times since its initial publication, in 1936—the school expanded; it now has branches in ninety countries and in all fifty states, and offers courses like “Confident, Assertive, and in Charge,” “How to Communicate with Diplomacy and Tact,” and “How to Win Friends and Influence (Business) People.” Warren Buffett, the billionaire and investment banker, attended the school and credits it for his success. “In my office, you will not see the degree I have from the University of Nebraska, or the master’s degree I have from Columbia University, but you’ll see the certificate I got from the Dale Carnegie course,” Buffett told a … [Read more...] about What Dale Carnegie’s “How to Win Friends and Influence People” Can Teach the Modern Worker
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close Video Youtube censors Steven Crowder; has censorship gone too far? Youtube says Crowder engaged in 'egregious actions that harmed the broader community'; The Intercept co-founding editor Glenn Greenwald reacts on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.' This is a rush transcript from "Tucker Carlson Tonight," June 6, 2019. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. TUCKER CARLSON, HOST: Good evening and welcome to “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” Every President since George Washington has faced political opposition, every single one of them. And that's the point of our system. Democracies are built on debate and competing ideas. If you find a political leader who seems universally loved, what you found is a dictatorship. Nobody criticized Ceausescu, nobody dared. So as a matter of principle, there is nothing wrong with opposing Donald Trump and his policies. Dissent is patriotic. But that's not what has been happening for the past two and a half years. … [Read more...] about Youtube censors Steven Crowder; has censorship gone too far?
You smell it before you see it.A waft of butter. The sharp snap of ginger. Soon you realize you’re inhaling the earthy sweetness of gingerbread. But you are not in a bakery. You are in the middle of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles — standing before a massive gingerbread house by artist Nayland Blake.The piece, from 1988, is titled “Feeder 2" and was inspired by “Hansel and Gretel,” the Brothers Grimm fairytale about a pair of siblings who are lured into a tasty gingerbread cottage only to find that it’s a trap set by a cannibalistic witch. Like the story, this adult-sized gingerbread house, which checks in at a height of 7 feet, seduces with its scent and its proportions. But linger too long in its vicinity and the sweetness can begin to overwhelm.“It’s about what happens when you get exactly what you want,” says Blake, who on this warm Thursday afternoon is accessorized with a doughnut headband and a T-shirt that … [Read more...] about L.A. artist Nayland Blake toys with race and queerness, plus a bunny suit