Gretchen Rubin

Story: It’s Better to Persuade People Than to Bully Them.

This week’s video story: It's better to persuade people than to bully them -- courtesy of Aesop. I love teaching stories, and there's no one better than Aesop.   I love the beautiful illustrations in the book that I'm holding. You can look at it yourself here. What's your favorite fable by Aesop? Can’t see the video? Click here. Find the archives of videos here.  More than TWO MILLION views. Don’t forget to subscribe! If you’re reading this post through the daily email, click here to join the conversation. And if you’d like to get the daily blog post by email, sign up here.

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