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Philadelphia Business Journal - October 1, 2015
“I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots.” There are many who believe this day – foretold supposedly by Albert Einstein – may have arrived. In a world of smartphones, emails and text messages, a unique and negative situation is developing – the deterioration of one’s interpersonal, conversational and social skills. - April 16, 2015
It's official--people who work for small companies like their jobs better than those who work for large ones. That's the finding in a Dale Carnegie study released last year.
Business Insider - April 15, 2015
When Warren Buffett was 15 years old, he found a copy of Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends & Influence People" on his grandfather's bookshelf. As Alice Schroeder writes in her biography of the legendary investor, "The Snowball," Buffett was having difficulty fitting in at high school, and so the title was too much to resist.
U.S. News & World Report Blog - September 13, 2014
Whether you are an aspiring leader or in a support role, developing your communication skills can impact your success. First, let’s take a look at the complexities of communication. It's more than the words you use. It's how and when you choose to share information.
Business - March 26, 2014
If you have the drive to start a business all on your own, you know research beforehand is crucial. The best managers and business owners also know that running a successful organization requires continuous learning and re-examination of ideas.
Huffington Post Blog - April 16, 2014
I just finished reading a book written by Dale Carnegie in 1944 on how not to worry. I picked up the book and then immediately worried that I wouldn't get anything out of it, since it was written so long ago. (See what I did there?) To my surprise and delight, this book was completely relevant to life today, as people have been worrying since well before 1944 and will likely worry about things well past 2014.
Huffington Post - March 31, 2014
My favorite book of all time is Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People. This book is the blueprint to building an amazing network by giving back to others by listening to them, taking an interest in them, and finding their strengths. The philosophy is so simple, yet profound. Better yet, it works. Carnegie passed away in 1955, seventeen years before I was born. I've often wondered, what it would have been like to live a day in the life of Carnegie.
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