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How to Lose Friends and Infuriate People – Chapter Two

The introductory chapter to this book exposed you to a fundamental principle in losing friends and infuriating people. Before moving on to this chapter, be sure to review the material discussed in the… 229 more words


It will be an understatement to call this book a good book. This is an life altering book. I purposely picked up this book just before i was about to start my post graduation hoping that i might get some good tips to handle people  ( the diversity of people in post graduation especially when it come to MBA, is very wide. 370 more words

How to Lose Friends and Interfere with People - Introduction

In 1936 Dale Carnegie published the well-known book How to Win Friends and Influence People. This guide shows readers how to approach human relations to find success in their profession. 315 more words


Behind the Bins

Before technological advances spoiled average citizens, Main Street was the heart of America.  Whether you parked at one of the meters, rode a bike or took a stroll through town, each day was a social event.   237 more words


How to Win Friends & Influence People Summary (Part 2)

How to win friends and influence people consists of mainly four parts in which I will break them down and summarize each section.

Part 2) Ways to make people like you… 2,057 more words


How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936) by Dale Carnegie & 30 Principles to Live By

How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936) by Dale Carnegie, who has been dead since 1955, demonstrates and expounds on certain anachronistic social skills that resemble more often than not conscious manipulation and forced social engineering than it does proper and formal social etiquette, while the book often displays quite frequently an elitist attitude to solving problems by considering people to be fish in a game you wish to win. 1,632 more words

june reads

Full disclosure: none of these books were actually read in June, but just between the time I last wrote a book review post and now. 188 more words