Dale Carnegie's Lifetime Plan for Success: How to Win Friends and Influence People & How to Stop Worrying and Start Living

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Dale Carnegie's Lifetime Plan for Success: How to Win Friends and Influence People & How to Stop Worrying and Start Living

Dale Carnegie's Lifetime Plan for Success: How to Win Friends and Influence People & How to Stop Worrying and Start Living

  • Title: Dale Carnegie's Lifetime Plan for Success: How to Win Friends and Influence People & How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
  • Author: Dale Carnegie
  • ISBN: 9781851525768
  • Page: 270
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I took a Dale Carnegie course for work, years ago. This was a required read, and I'm glad I read it. It helped me learn the skills to really work WITH people, places, things, and to focus on how to the best way to navigate the road ahead, rather than fret over the end result of my journey.

· Summary FUNDAMENTAL TECHNIQUES IN HANDLING PEOPLE1. Don’t criticize, condemn, or complain- Criticism always return home, and the person who we are going to correct or condemn will probably justify itself and condemn us in return- Wrongdoers blame anybody but themselves2 Give honest and sincere appreciation.- The only way I can get you to do anything is by giving you what you want -List of most desired things: Health and the preservation of life Food Sleep Money Life in hereafter Sexual gra [...]

Of all the leadership books, psychology books, social intelligence books etc, this book synthesizes all of them into a simple execution able process. Love how simple Carnegie makes it, and its all valid and true. Like Seinfeld takes everyday and simply pokes fun at it, Carnegie takes things that impact people and relationships and lays out a path to improve your life. One of my top books ever.

A LIFE CHANGER BOOK

Good read with lots of tidbits of information worth taking note of. I'll have to go back and review the summaries from each section because there was SO much information.

This book's title is so very easily misunderstandable. It's sort of like all the conspiracy theory videos out there. People will catch a wiff of "global elite", "federal reserve" and will turn their noses straight up in a matter of seconds. Conspiracy "sceptics" have poisoned so many wells, its a miracle that remote villages the world over haven't yet been completely wiped out.The reason its title is so misunderstandable is because, similarly to the alleged conspiracy theorists, it alludes to te [...]

Through the book i will change something to my life

This is the first book that my Dad had me read "How to win friends and"the only one actually. I read it when I was 8 or 9 years old. It is another of the required reading books in our home. I recommend it to all who are just beginning their quest on self improvement and creating better relationships. It is a book that focuses on the mechanics of working with people. Simple ideas that even a nine year old can figure outThe second book, "How to Stop Worrying" I bought when i was an LDS missionary [...]

Lifetime Plan for Success is a powerful, eminently readable book. There are no 'great secrets' revealed or psychobabble nonsense, just tried-and-true principles backed up by historical and personal anecdotes. This is the kind of book that everyone should own, and revisit regularly.Two notes:Surprisingly, I found the overarching lesson of How to Win Friends and Influence People to be quite cynical: people are self-centered, insecure, and emotional. If you overcome your own ego and (sincerely!) fe [...]

What I found interesting about the book was its use of examples. I felt not only was I reading a book about self-improvement for myself, I was reading it in action and how it affected other people's lives directly as well. Some of the history behind the stories were quite inspirational, and as you read on, you could see that more than one tip being discussed was being used in some of the stories. Be that as it may, I found some sections not pertinent to what I was looking for, particularly the l [...]

Valuable book with a -- contrary to what its title implies -- good-natured intention. The piece "Father Forgets" early in the book touched me deeply. The advise of the book is from another day and age, well before the invent of the internet. Some chapters are no longer applicable, but the human heart-to-hearts still apply. Has a prominent place in my bookshelf in my endeavor to be a better man and I welcome personal feedback of how I act as a person with regards to what is written in this book.

A good reminder about how to interact with people for the most positive outcomes. As it stresses throughout the book, you should use it frequently as a reference book to keep the material fresh in your mind. I've already forgotten some of the points, but there are bullet point summary pages that can get you right to the information that you need.The section about worrying is especially applicable in today's world. Many of the stories are based in the past, but it shows how common human elements [...]

I listen to this on audio. I have no idea what page I'm on. However, when I get to the end of these books, I'm surprised and disappointed that it's over. Anything from Dale Carnegie is inspirational and helps immensely. This one made me realize how much I worry on things that don't matter. While I'm still worrying, the problem is actually gone. Dale Carnegie is one of the founding fathers of motivational and self help books and speaking. This is the only way to spend time with him, so I read oft [...]

What I like most about How to Win Friends in hindsight is that I can now pretty much tell within 15 minutes of talking to a person whether or not they have read this book. Here's my secret: Once you've decided that you don't actually enjoy talking to a person, but continue to do it anyway for reasons you can't explain, you'll know that Dale Carnegie has infiltrated your system and is slowly taking over.

If you haven't read this bookad it! If you have read this bookad it again!This book really was incredible. I finished it and I now feel like I have a tool-kit for successful relationships. Most of the principles established in this book I have heard before, but this book explains each principle like it will change your lifeI officially agree with every argument Dale Carnegie makes!I've made the goal to read this book, or review this book, at least once a year. Read it.

i need to buy a copy of this book so i can read it again and agained to mark it up with notes and revisit it throughout my career. it is a must read for anyone and everyone that manages, is managed, or works with people, in general. engineers definitely need to read thiswe spend too much time crunching numbers, and not enough time thinking about these types of topics.

eye opening read ,very practical of the little things we do not realize when we are interacting with other people but it is too optimistic beyond some levels of our present practical everyday dilemmas Very helpful for communicating and people skills growth and development. classic written material on interacting and building relationships principles that live through time.

Once upon a time, I was a teenager and certified asshole. My dad made me read this book. Since he made me read it, I've chosen to read it many a time. It's just good advice on how to be civil, courteous, and fair with others. Especially good if you have a hot head and need to learn the importance of staying cool in a disagreement.

My brother introduced me to this book and I'm glad he did. There is so much useful information in this book on how deal with people, from those you do get along with to those who are your complete opposite. These tips and strategies on how to overcome conflict and do so peacefully should be a must read for anyone.

My younger brother insisted (practically on pain of death) that I read this book. It definitely has great advice as to how to deal with people, particularly from a leadership standpoint. It mentioned quite a few of my own character flaws as things to work on, so I guess I have some homework. :)I started "How to Stop Worrying" but I'm not really a worrier, so I quit.

الكاتب ديل كارنيجي كاتب رائع كما قلت والكتاب يستحق القراءة لانك ان كنت قرأت للكاتب فهو بنفس اسلوبه وذلك عن طريق سرد قصص وخبرات اشخاص في الحياة ونتائج خبراتهم وكذلك طرح وصفات على شكل قواعد تؤثر في حياتك اليوميه زيادة على ذلك الحكم الكثيره المفيده في الحياةكتاب انصح الجميع بق [...]

My boyfriend's brother sent us this book for Christmas. We laughed, but once we started reading it, we realized there's tons of great information on dealing with people. We've used tips from the book to deal with difficult situations. I have to say, although the book drags in places, it's still quite relevant despite it's age. :) A nice gift, and a nice read for your business/personal life.

I took a Dale Carnegie course at the Fort Smith Chamber of Commerce years ago and finally got around to reading one of the books we got with the course. We were given homework in the class but we didn't read the whole book. The stories of the business people that are told were of much more interest to me than Carnegie's penchant for quoting Fabian Socialist, George Bernard Shaw.

I listened to this one on audio book during a few of my commutes to work in May or June. It was interesting listening, especially as it applies to work and families. I often think, boyfriends and friends I can choose, but the rest you just sort of have to deal with and make the best of. Dale's strategies really do work-- probably the reason why this book has been in print so damn long!

(Found in my father's bookshelf).The good thing about the book is that Carnegie always uses his own experiences to explain his points. There were certainly some helpful advices and important things to think about, and on the other hand, there were lots of sympathize.with.everyone.evenose.whoeat.youdly.bullshit that you can find at almost every self-help book.

I read this book because I've heard it's one of those books everyone "should" read. I was pleasantly surprised to find that I have been doing most of these actions subconsciously and I think most people would have the same experience.A little dense with all of the anecdotes, but is a beneficial read.

I loved this book. From the title I thought it was about manipulating people, but it's not at all. It's about caring about other people, which attitude benefits everyone involved. I wish I could make this assigned reading for the entire planet.

This is a timeless book on relaxing and enjoying life. There are many suggestions of things to do that will help you break the worry habit. As noted in the book, this is one you will want to keep and refer to if worry gets you down.

VP at my last company gave this to me. I've read it twice, and could probably use it a 3rd time. A more apt title would be "How to tell your coworkers that they are idiots with terrible ideas, without offending them".

how can i NOT read this book after all the AMAZING things i have heard about it?? i read a little every morning while i have some tea. everyone should have a book like this to be working on themselves and getting better everyday :)


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