James Taylor: "Carolina In My Mind." Francis Cabrel: "Petite Marie." Dave Van Ronk: "Cocaine Blues." Duke Ellington Orchestra: "Take the A Train."
Charles Moore is interviewed about his biography of Margaret Thatcher.
Biographer Richard Norton Smith talks about Nelson Rockefeller.
James Lawther at SquawkPoint watched "The Replacements" and wonders how often motivational speeches work. He mentions several great ones from the movies. I'd add: George C. Scott in "Patton." Russell Crowe in "Master and Commander." Peter Finch in "Network." And, of course, this one from "Gettysburg."
A pleasurable re-post from 2012: Matt Harding dances around the world. You will smile.
Your company’s future depends on it.
A few weeks ago, I had the chance to attend the Great Place to Work conference in Dallas. It’s a terrific event that companies should check out – regardless of whether your organization aspires to be on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list. Show More Summary
A brief and memorable video on The Battle of Hastings.
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A new study shows what’s changed.
A panel discussion: Jonah Goldberg, Steve Hayes, James Lileks, P.J. O'Rourke, Jonathan Last, and Tucker Carlson discuss fatherhood.
Note to self - a cautionary tale for all of those involved in organisational life, evidence based HR and HR analytics....Joseph Goldberger (1874 - 1929) was an American physician and epidemiologist and an advocate of the scientific and social recognition of the link between poverty and disease. Show More Summary
Check it out: Eclecticity Light features Grayson Hugh's "Blind to Reason." Cor de Groot plays Morton Gould's "Interplay." And the late and great B.B. King will always be with us.
From 1958: Gisele MacKenzie and Roger Williams play "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue."
The version of "Jacob's Ladder" from Ken Burns's documentary, The Civil War.
Audrey Hepburn: "Moon River." The trailer: "The Bicycle Thief." Anderson Layman's Blog has a classic Calvin and Hobbes. Political Calculations analyzes the Apollo Group. Eclecticity Light: Where does he find this stuff? Frankie Laine: "The Cry of the Wild Goose." Michael Barone on the inaccurate U.K. Show More Summary
Create just enough discomfort.
Over the past few days I have been asked by a number of people about public speaking and what it takes to get up in front of an audience and talk. It's always tempting at this point to go into trainer mode and give a list of 7 steps,...Show More Summary
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Empathetic design takes more time but delivers better results.