Tag Archives: the New Yorker

How Hitler Became Hitler: Janet Flanner’s Description of Hitler

A Powerful Quotation: Tell-tale Signs Of A Dictator In The Making by Gene Griessman, Ph.D Here’s a remarkable description of Hitler that you may be able to use in your writing or speeches.  I have Garrison Keillor and “The Writer’s … Continue reading

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Advice For Parents and All Leaders: Learn From Dog Trainers

Going To The Dogs: What You Can Learn About Leadership And Communication From Dog Trainers by Gene Griessman, Ph.D. When I  found “Beware of the Dogs” by Burkhard Bilger in The New Yorker, I recognized that this article contains powerful … Continue reading

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How To Disagree: A Lesson From Nicolas Sarkozy, President of France

What You Say When You Want To Tactfully Disagree With A Journalist by Gene Griessman, Ph.D. Whatyousay.com is continually searching for skillful ways to disagree when someone makes a statement that you don’t accept. We’ve found that comments by experienced … Continue reading

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