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How To Win Friends And influence People by Dale Carnegie.

Dale Carnegie was an famous American writer and lecturer and developer of self-improvement, sales, leadership, corporate training and public speaking courses. He was born in 1888 and died in 1955. 457 more words

Self-education

How To Win Friends and Influence People - Chapter 8

“How to Interest People”

Sometimes brevity and simplicity are the best course of action. Just as putting the needs of others before those of yourself. The lesson of Chapter 8 isn’t use what you know about someone to get what you want. 164 more words

Motivation

How to Win Friends and Influence People

Tony Robbins, Steven Covey, Harvey MacKay, M. Scott Peckerhead…they are all just Beatlemania compared to Dale Carnegie, i.e., the original article himself. Admittedly, this was a different sort of a book for the Iluminado to examine, but the discussion was in no way dulled. 130 more words

How To Win Friends and Influence People - Chapter 7

“An easy way to become a good conversationalist”

Here we go again. A great tag line that leads your mind to wander as to what the secret is. 341 more words

Motivation

Chapter 6: How To Win Friends and Influence People

“If you don’t do this, you are headed for trouble”

The title reads as if a giant neon sign is facing you in the road displaying, “Stop, danger ahead if you go this way!” Both strike your immediate attention. 510 more words

Personal Growth

How To Win Friends and Influence People?.....Meh!

I was in the bookstore scouring for a perfect coffee shop read from shelves to shelves. The shelf to shelf to search did give me three of my TBRs , however, I also came face to face (Toe to face, to be precise as I had dropped the book) to a book with a queer looking cover , all full with bold and highly multicolored letters. 493 more words

Life

How to Win Friends and Influence People - Chapter 5

A Simple Way to Make a Good First Impression



I have heard the expression, “you only get one chance to make a first impression.” Each time I hear people recite this statement, I seem to get a mental picture in my head of all the people I didn’t really care for when I first met them, but now find it hard to imagine a life without them. 508 more words