Dale Carnegie's Radio Program: How to Win Friends and Influence People -
Gain insight into handling difficult people; Discover the keys to popularity; How young people can look for a job; & What employers want in their employees.
COLGATE SHAVE CREAMS PRESENT DALE CARNEGIE, the man who can answer your problem! Millions of readers profit by reading Dale Carnegie's daily column of helpful advice in more than one hundred of America's leading newspapers; and his famous book, "HOW TO WIN FRIENDS AND INFLUENCE PEOPLE" has sold more copies during its first eighteen months of publication than any other non-fiction book in all history. Now Colgate brings Dale Carnegie's inspiring advice to you, on the radio, so everyone can take advantage of his proven rules for winning happiness and success.
Gain insight into handling difficult people
"Tune in" to Dale Carnegie's live radio broadcast in a particularly amusing edition of "How to Win Friends and Influence People." Gain insight into handling difficult people through the personal exploits of Dale Carnegie's guests, and benefit from learning Carnegie's "How to Win Rule" of the week on the futility of letting ourselves get upset by trivialities.
Discover the keys to popularity
Discover the keys to popularity and find out what makes people like or dislike you, in this insightful edition of Dale Carnegie's live radio show, "How to Win Friends and Influence People." Follow live interviews with five secretaries who share what they dislike about their bosses, and benefit from Dale Carnegie's five rules that will help you gain favor not only with your secretary, but with your wife, your children, your sweetheart, and everyone else.
How young people can look for a job
In yet another inspiring edition of Dale Carnegie's live radio broadcasts on "How to Win Friends and Influence People," Dale Carnegie tackles the problem of "the future" faced by twenty-one million American boys and girls between the ages of sixteen and twenty-four -and tries to find the solution. Don't miss Carnegie's tips on free youth services, and his advice on how young people can go about more intelligently looking for a job, and how they can get an education with little or no money.
What employers want in their employees.
In this last broadcast featuring Dale Carnegie and his "How To Win Rules," Dale Carnegie explores what employers want in their employees. Find out the three main points he brings out that you can use immediately to help you get a job, help you win recognition in your job, and help you deal with people more effectually in both in business and in your home.
And you won't to miss Dale Carnegie's GRAND SUMMARY of all of his rules on "How to Win Friends and Influence People" included in this special, final broadcast.
"It is difficult to imagine a subject with more elusive data than this. The source and location of clandestine radio broadcasts are, by definition, secret. `White' stations openly identify themselves (such as Radio Free Europe), and `gray' stations are purportedly operated by dissident groups within a country, although actually they might be located in another nation; but `black' stations transmit broadcasts by one side disguised as broadcasts by another. . . . [This] is an extraordinary book. It belongs in every research library concerned with war and revolution and international communications. A valuable appendix lists known clandestine radio stateions, 1948-1985." Choice "In this ambitious and impressive study two academic specialists in the field of political communication have endeavored to cover the history of such broadcasts from the beginnings in the 1930s through the use of psychological warfare and deception of World War II to the manifold practice of `gray' and `black' propaganda that had punctuated the conflict of the postwar period." Foreign Affairs
Radio Glow World is the latest gripping novel by the renowned Australian author Doug Moody. Doug has perfectly captured the true essence and spirit of the golden era of radio broadcasting. Prepare to be transported back to a time before loud mouthed opinionated Disc Jockeys and head banging music capable of bursting your ear drums began to pollute the airwaves. Radio Glow World - a magical place where your imagination can run free and where the best of British music is always played. We meet Blake Winton, a flawed man who is haunted by spectres from his past and present. Will he secure a future in the community radio world after being taken under the wing of a veteran of the industry, or will he find himself being the victim of a bludging old fool. What is the unsavoury Black Barry Hughes plotting? Will a major terrorist attack hit Sydney and why are a group of American radio executives sniffing around? All will be revealed in this captivating saga about the wonderful era when the wireless ruled supreme.
Many works about agragarian change in the Third World assumes that unfree relations are to be eliminated in the course of capitalist development. This text argues that the incidence of bonded labour is greater than supposed, and that in certain situations rural employers prefer an unfree workforce.
Research into microwave radiation from the Earth s surface in the presence of vegetation canopies, as well as the development of algorithms for retrieval of soil and vegetation parameters from microwave radiometric measurements, have been actively conducted for the last thirty years by many scientific groups and organizations all over the world. The capability of the microwave radiometric method to determine soil moisture and vegetation biometric indices was revealed a quarter of a century ago by the author and many of his colleagues. In fact, soil moisture and vegetation covers play a key role in the hydrological cycle and in water and energy transfer on the border of land surface and atmosphere through evaporation and transpiration. Accomplishment of large international projects that include global monitoring of the hydrological state of land surface (EOS Aqua, SMOS, Hydros, and others) shows that microwave radiometry of soil and vegetation more and more has become an instrument of practical application and operational use. In this respect, a systematic account of questions concerning the microwave radiometry of the Earth s surface in the presence of vegetation canopies seems to be useful and is the main objective of the book."