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How to win friends & influence people - Dale Carnegie

How to win friends & influence people

By Dale Carnegie

  • Release Date: 2016-11-17
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 933 Ratings

Description

The book 'How to win Friends & Influence People' presents a lot on personality development thus making you an extraordinary person. The book provides fundamental techniques in handling people and big secret of dealing with people.
By reading this book you get one of the best things that 'An increased tendency to think always in terms of other people's point of view, and see things from their angle', may easily prove to be one of the building blocks of your career.
The book suggests you very simple ways to make a good first impression like 'the value of a smile', and how to become a good conversationalist. This self-help book provides very simple ways to make people like you and how to win them to your way of thinking, and suggest how to begin in friendly way.
The book mentions the secret of Socrates, which in turn sets the psychological process of the listeners moving in the affirmative direction. The book helps in developing the Leadership Qualities too. A detailed study with various practical examples, incidences are mentioned herewith so that each concept becomes clear and easy to understand.
In addition, DALE CARNEGIE hired a trained researcher to spend one and half years in various libraries reading everything he had missed, searching through countless biographies, over hundreds of magazine articles, trying to ascertain how the great leaders had dealt with people. This will sharply increase your skill in human relationship. The language of the book is lucid and simple. A must-read book for everyone.

Reviews

  • Great read

    5
    By Afarbo
    A little old school but information that will benefit you for a life time
  • AmaZing

    5
    By Holistic papi
    I’ve used most of these principles to see how far it gets me in my day to day human relations. Its pretty genius
  • A1

    5
    By Thcthc213
    This is a hand out to be studied and reviews and looked bat into when needed ; beautiful .
  • OMG

    2
    By Finally $
    Typos! Read one line with typos and immediately turned me off and question the quality of a book I was purchasing. Want my money back.
  • Solid book

    4
    By ndheundjroaksjdjeu was
    It’s will basically teach you how to be nice to people, and give examples of certain principles. If you struggle with people listening to you or liking you, this is a good book. If not, you probably know a majority of the principles taught.
  • It works!

    5
    By Brian Vassell
    I’ve used these principles to varying degrees of success. Worth the money I spent on it.
  • Decent but overrated

    3
    By DrumShredder
    Helpful concepts but some are repetitive or disagree with each other. This book is also based almost entirely on anecdotes or stories - lacking solid data.
  • How to Win Friends and Influence People

    3
    By plutoscoops
    Great content, however this edition had many typos
  • Wonderful book

    5
    By Timmy_Boi
    This book really teaches you a lot of concepts in handling people and resolving conflict. This is an awesome book for those that are not well versed in that area or want to become better at it. The only thing I didn’t like is that there are a lot of grammatical and punctuation errors. I’m not sure if this is from transferring the text from the book to digital text, but it would be nice if it was revised.
  • Ridled with Typos

    2
    By TechnoWhopperWithCheese
    Yes I meant that. :) I’m sad to say that this edition of this book is riddled with typos. I find this to be quite disrespectful to the author who put much effort into this piece. Some of the mistakes are so bad, they render their respective notions incomprehensible. THAT is not cool. I feel there is no excuse for this level of consistent error in the days of digital reading—in theory, you could [run spellcheck and] update the edition instantly after another round of proof reading. We‘re already (and sadly) living in the days of the public beta. Why not update books after their release? And to do this to such an important piece of literature... these mistakes will live as long as this book, which is likely thru the end of human civilization. Sad. Glad I only paid $3, although I expect media of this low grade to be free! Also, can someone please explain how a book published in 193X contains an anecdote about how Stevie Wonder became one of the great pop artists of the seventies? The author died in the 50s!

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