How do pollsters come up with the winners and losers on election night?
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Artist Rae Missigman offers ideas for working creatively in mixed-media and with mark-making.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review, Book Review Fiction, Book Review Non-Fiction or Reference • Tags: Argumentation, Business & Economics, cats, Communication Studies, Language Arts & Disciplines, Negotiating, Rhetoric, Speech
For anyone who’s ever been owned by a cat an instruction guide to winning an argument with one is pretty seductive.
A writer, guide and military veteran looks at an 18th-century search for the Northwest Passage.
You’ve probably seen Lidia Bastianich on TV but do you know how she got there? It sure wasn’t easy but it is a wonderful story of overcoming adverse situations, hard work, and success.
Sometimes popular non-fiction with science may be a great book, with excellent narration, but science can be hard to follow in an audio format.
Dilbert creator Scott Adams lauds President Trump as a master persuader and tells you how to use President Trump’s methods to “Win Bigly.”