TAKE COMMAND – Joe Hart
The Not Old Better Show, Author Interview Series
Welcome to The Not Old Better Show, Art Of Living author interview series on radio and podcast. I’m Paul Vogelzang, and we have an excellent program about building relationships, professional development, leadership training, customer service, and employee engagement.
Thank you so much for listening. We’ve got a great guest today in Joe Hart, who, after reading his new book, co-authored with Michael Crom, ‘Take Command: Find Your Inner Strength, Build Enduring Relationships, and Live the Life You Want.‘ I’ve been looking forward to speaking with him for a while and whom I’ll introduce in just a moment…But, quickly, if you missed any episodes, last week was our 691st episode, when I spoke to author and Smithsonian Associate Rick Steves about his new book, Italy is for Food Lovers. Two weeks ago, I spoke with Smithsonian Associate Dr. Eric Chudler about his new science book Neuropedia: A Brief Compendium of Brain Phenomena. Wonderful subjects for our Not Old Better Show audience…If you missed those shows, along with any others, you can go back and check them out with my entire back catalog of shows, all free for you, there on our website, NotOld-Better.com
For more than one hundred years, the wisdom of Dale Carnegie, author of the enduring bestseller How to Win Friends and Influence People, has provided millions of individuals, including me, around the world with a richer, more fulfilling, and happier way of life. Now TAKE COMMAND: Find Your Inner Strength, Build Enduring Relationships, and Live the Life You Want; by our guest today, Joe Hart combines decades of Dale Carnegie’s award-winning training and timeless principles into a master text that tells you everything you need to know about the art of human relations.
Many in our Not Old Better Show audience on radio and podcast will certainly be familiar with Dale Carnegie and the legend that is How to Win Friends and Influence People; the book is a classic and was first published in 1936. The classics never fail, and How to Win Friends and Influence People taught me the true art of thinking. It made me confident in dealing with people.
Joe Hart has written a book for today, but with a nod to the history of Dale Carnegie, as the book ‘Take Command’ is co-authored with Michael Crow, the grandson of Dale Carnegie himself.
Joe Hart is the CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, a company that has transformed itself into meeting the needs of today’s people, managers, and businesses of all sizes: small mom-and-pop to Fortune 500 companies. Joe Hart tells us about that transformation and what it means for anyone in the Not Old Better Show audience who’s leading, working, living their lives, and doing what you want. How to get that “best life” is what Joe is all about, and the book describes the principles Dale Carnegie taught in his life and in that book is the foundation of the interpersonal skills that are fundamental to humans interacting with each other in a positive way. All of us.
Please join me in welcoming you to The Not Old Better Show, Art Of Living author interview series on radio and podcast, the author of the new book, ‘Take Command,’ and the CEO of Dale Carnegie Training.
My thanks to the author Joe Hart, who, along with co-author Michael Crom has written the new book, TAKE COMMAND: Find Your Inner Strength, Build Enduring Relationships, and Live the Life You Want’ Please check out our show notes today for more details about Joe Hart, Michael Crom and TAKE COMMAND: Find Your Inner Strength, Build Enduring Relationships, and Live the Life You Want My thanks to the Smithsonian team for all they do to support the show. My thanks to you, my wonderful Not Old Better Show audience on radio and podcast…please be well and be safe, which I’m mentioning in every show because I want to bring attention to the issue of assault rifles, which aren’t safe, in anyone’s hands but the military and law enforcement. Assault rifles are killing our children and grandchildren in the very places they learn: schools! Please, let’s work together to eliminate assault rifles, and let’s do better. Let’s talk about Better…the Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast,