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12 things we learned from unpublished 1971 Bob Dylan interview

Bob Dylan changed his surname from Zimmerman because he feared possible anti-Semitism. He didn’t mind being booed at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. And he wrote “Lay Lady Lay” for Barbra Streisand. Those are among the revelations in a previously unpublished 1971 interview he did with his pal Tony Glover, the influential Minneapolis musician, writer…

Self-compassion: The only thing holding you back from mastering your money

Regardless of how much experience you have with managing your finances—be it decades or days—a common psychological challenge I see when it comes to managing money is low self-esteem. Psychological research suggests that people with high self-esteem focus on growth and improvement, whereas people with low self-esteem tend to focus on not making mistakes in…

'Angry shark' Alonso won't distract Renault from 2022

6:17 AM ET Renault’s Cyril Abiteboul says the returning Fernando Alonso is like “a big shark,” but that his arrival in 2021 will not distract Renault from its long-term goals. Alonso is replacing McLaren-bound Daniel Ricciardo next season, which will be the final year under the current aerodynamic regulations. Formula One hopes the sweeping changes…