Dale Carnegie's, "How to Win Friends and Influence People," was published 86 years ago, yet somehow it's still relevant today. It's been a best seller for decades. The New York Times first reviewed it in 1937, and it boasts a 4.5/5 stars on amazon - with 74,000 ratings.
Cool job alert: subtitle writer
These super cool writers have to write more than just what is said. They have to convey the sound of what is happening around the characters, way beyond the [eerie music plays] and [loud footsteps] basic information.
Screen sharing – #WhatNotToDo edition
We're past the "how do I share my screen?" questions and "you're on mute" memes on 2020. It's what isn't done prior to sharing screens that bugs me.
You really don’t know what you think you know
This book is about unlearning what you know. And realizing you really don't know what you think you know. One insight I found especially intriguing is the more confident people are, the less they actually know.
Did the pandemic cause the great resignation?
Experts call it the Great Resignation. The last 18 months has revealed "pandemic burnout" - a collective reassessment about priorities and what matters most. Workers, fed up with long commutes, office politics and toxic workplaces, are saying "f*** this shit" and searching for better opportunities. In April 2021, more people left their jobs than any … Continue reading Did the pandemic cause the great resignation?