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Few people are logical. Most of us are prejudiced and biased.

Few people are logical. Most of us are prejudiced and
biased. Most of us are blighted with preconceived notions,
with jealousy, suspicion, fear, envy and pride. 45 more words

Dale Carnegie

“You can’t fail unless you think you can.” ~ Napoleon Hill

Photography By Tanya Grout

It’s amazing to me how many of today’s self help books and motivational speakers use the philosophy of success – directly or indirectly – that was painstakingly put together by Napoleon Hill, under the direction of Dale Carnegie, over a period of twenty years. 639 more words

Writing Advice

What's your name?

OK, I’m about to offend some people.  Are you ready?  OK.

I was homeschooled growing up, and one of the books on my required reading list was How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie.  624 more words

Friendship: An Elixir for Good Health and Well-Being

By Dave Hood

Words are easy, like the wind; Faithful friends are hard to find. ― William Shakespeare

Author Gretchen Rubin, author of “The Happiness Project,” suggests this about friendship: “Having strong social bonds is probably the most meaningful contributor to our happiness.” 2,474 more words

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Dave Kerpen – the Dale Carnegie of social media?

I’ve sadly fallen off my regular posting bandwagon due to my Master course midterm projects. Three weeks of either having classes, or working on reports and presentations after work *sigh… Looking forward to vacations in five days to finally have some free time for myself! 324 more words

Social Media

April 12 - Repentance and Praising God

Acts 3; Deuteronomy 17-18; Job 12

The story in Acts is familiar. Peter and John are headed for the Temple to pray and a lame man was giving others the chance to show their religious belief by soliciting alms. 348 more words

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