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Ike everyone else whether we re admitting it to ourselves or not Readers are repeatedly encouraged to evelop genuine interest in others be honest and ethical and obey the golden ruleThree I enjoyed it read twice back to back and it felt easy and natural to apply some of the ideas in my life Shortly after reading this book I was a little bit better at communicating and a little bit happier about my interactions with others in general Dale saying people s names often when you re talking to them Dale The Amartya Sen and Jean Dreze Omnibus comprising Poverty and Famines; Hunger and Public Action; India Economic Development and Social Opportunity doesn t make you popular Dale it makes you sound like a patronizing creepThis book is probably really handy when you re trying to befriend kindergarteners not as much adults It s also aimed at salespeople and not regular humans This is an incredible book I ve heard people mention it for years and years and thought the idea of it was so stupid The way some people talked about it made it seem like it was a book for scoundrels or for socially awkward people Iidn t want to be either so I Do Better didn t want to read it Finally a great friend of mine recommended it to me and I started reading it This is a book for people It s not about being evil or admitting you re nerdy it s about how to get along with people Anyone who ever has problems getting along with people should read this book I know Io but this book has completely changed my perspective This really comes close to a life changing book The main point of this book is that if you

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to have and be successful you should be nice not mean It sounds so obvious and I thought I was oing it but now "I Realize All The "realize all the things that I ve one and still A WEALTH OF ACADEMIC IELTS ESSAYS do to people when Ion t get along with them As I ve read this book and I ll work hard to Dangerously in Love do this from now on I ve tried to think about the other person s perspective when Iisagree with them and it helps so much I ve already noticed a change in the way I interact with people This is a great book I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to get along with other people It s a very humbling yet empowering book This book had a profound effect on me however of the negative variety It BWWM (Interracial Romance BWWM African American Multicultural Romance) did give me pointers on how to actually break out of my shell and win friends but in the long term itid way harm than good Not the book per se but my choice to follow the advice given there The book basically tells you to be agreeable to everybody find something to honestly like about them and compliment them on it talk about their interests only and practically act like a people pleaser all the timeIt might sound like a harmless or even attractive idea in theory but choosing to apply it in your every Accuracy and Stability of Numerical Algorithms day life can lead toangerous results Case in point after being a smiley happy person with loads of friends for about a year the unpleasant realization began to creep in that by being so agreeable to everybody else I rarely ever got my way I also sustained friendships with people who were self centered so talking about their interests was all we got to 10 Mindsets That Can Cause Drug and Alcohol Addiction and Mess up Sobriety do together whichrained me of my energy The worst thing still is that by trying to find something to like about every person I completely Alchemy Ever After disregarded their glaring faults Itidn t matter that those people My Academia did have redeeming ualities they weren t redeeming enough I ended up with a bunch of friends Iidn t really want and because I was so preoccupied with winning those friendships I missed out on the chance to form relationships with good people I suppose for somebody who is a better judge of character the principles outlined in this book could be of some value But that s really just me trying to find something positive using the principles in a book that I am still trying to UNlearnIf you want to win friends you have to The Alchemy of Color Knitting: The Art and Technique of Mastering Exquisite Palettes do it the hard way by being yourself and risking rejection andaring to Pathfinder Player Companion: Alchemy Manual do some rejection of your own as well And if you want to influence people the only fair way too it is through honesty All the rest is manipulation and pretending Do not read this book you ll only learn how to manipulate yourself others Do not read it out of fear of rejection low self esteem there are better ways to gain some courage in approaching people This will harm you in the long runThank you for reading this revie. Ciples endure and will help you achieve your maximum potential in the complex and competitive modern ageLearn the six ways to make people like you the twelve ways to win people to your way of thinking and the nine ways to change people without arousing resentmen. ,

How to Win Friends and Influence PeopleThis was the most useful book I ever read in my entire life There is so much that can be learned from it and I encourage everyone to give it a try It s a textbook written for a course but it s incredibly engaging I will be coming back to it freuently in the future When ealing with people let us remember we are not "Dealing With Creatures Of Logic We Are Dealing With Creatures "with creatures of logic We are ealing with creatures emotion creatures bristling with prejudices and motivated by pride and vanity Dale Carnegie is a uintessentially American type He is like George F Babbitt come to life except considerably smarter And here he presents us with the Bible for the American secular religion capitalism with a smile In a series of short chapters Carnegie lays out a philosophy of human interaction The tenets of this philosophy are very simple People are selfish prideful and sensitive creatures To get along with people you need to Ajax in Action direct your actions towards their egos To make people like you compliment them talk in terms of their wants make them feel important smile big and remember their name If you want to persuade somebodyon t argue and never contradict them instead be friendly emphasize the things you agree on get them to The Gnostic Religion do most of the talking and let them take credit for every bright idea The most common criticism lodged at this book is that it teaches manipulation not genuine friendship Well I agree that this bookoesn t teach how to achieve genuine intimacy with people A real friendship reuires some self expression and self expression is not part of Carnegie s system As another reviewer points out if you use this mindset to try to get real friends you ll end up in highly unsatisfying relationships Good friends aren t like Computational Molecular Biology: An Algorithmic Approach (Computational Molecular Biology) difficult customers they are people you can argue with and vent to people who youon t have to impress Nevertheless I think it s not accurate to say that Carnegie is teaching manipulation Manipulation is when you get somebody to Mocktails do something against their own interests but Carnegie s whole system isirected towards getting others to see that their self interest is aligned with yours This is what I meant by calling him the prophet of capitalism with a smile since his philosophy is built on the notion that most of the time people can Clojure In Action do business with each other that is mutually beneficial He never advocates beinguplicitous Let me repeat The principles taught in this book will work only when they come from the heart I am not advocating a bag of tricks I am talking about a new way of life Maybe what puts people off is his somewhat cynical view of human nature He sees people as inherently selfish creatures who are obsessed with their own wants egotists with a fragile sense of self esteem People are not interested in you They are not interested in me They are interested in themselves morning noon and after Southern African Literature: An Introduction dinner Well maybe it s just because I am an American but this conception of human nature feels uite accurate to me Even the nicest people are absorbed with their ownesires troubles and opinions Indeed the only reason that it s easy to forget that other people are preoccupied with their own priorities is because we are so preoccupied with our own that it s hard to imagine anyone thinks otherwise The other BWWM (Interracial Romance BWWM African American Multicultural Romance) *2 (Interracial Romance BWWM African American Multicultural Romance) *2: Billionaires Secret Baby (BWWM Secret Baby Romance Contemporary Romance) day for example I ran into my neighbor a wonderfully nice woman who immediately proceeded to unload all her recent troubles on me while scarcely asking me a single uestion This isn t because she is bad or selfish but because she s human and wanted a listening ear Ion t see anything wrong with it In any case I think this book is worth reading just for its historical value As one of the first and most successful examples of the self help genre it is an illuminating ocument Already in this book we have what I call Self Help Miracle Stories you know the stories about somebody applying the lessons from book And Achieving A Complete achieving a complete turnaround Although the author always insists the stories are real the effect often comical Jim applied this lesson and his customer was so happy he named his first born son after him Rebecca impressed her boss so much that he wrote her a check for one million ollars on the spot Frank African Literature: Overview and Bibliography did such a good job at the ISBN 9780671723651 moved to this editionYou can go after the job you wantand get it You can take the job you haveand improve it You can take any situation you're inand make it work for youSince its release in 1936 How to Win Friends 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Eeting that one of his clients bought him a Ferrari and another one offered him hisaughter in marriage These are only slight exaggerations Because of this book s age the writing is uaint and charming Take for example this piece of advice on how to get the most out of the book Make a lively game out of your learning by offering some friend a Aliens Rogue Aliens dime or aollar every time he or she catches you violating one of these principles A lively game How utterly elightfulProbably this book would be far effective if Carnegie included some exercises instead of focusing on anecdotes But then again it would be far less enjoyable reading in that case since the anecdotes are told with such #VERVE AND PEP TO UOTE BABBITT #and pep to uote Babbitt I think we could all use a little pep in our lives This is a sad book A book that aims to turn us into manipulating individuals who would want to achieve their means through flattery and other verbal mental tricks Even technically it seems to me that the ploys in this book would never really work Here is a uote from the book Don t be afraid of enemies who attack you Be afraid of the friends who flatter you And what oes the book o It tries or at least pretends to turn you into a someone who would flatter everything that moves so That You Get WHAT you get WHAT WANT Most of us read so that we are inspired moved even shocked or atleast entertained by stories We also read so that we understand better and stretch the possibilities of our minds and hearts to be better human beings We efinitely Money Blues to Blue Money do not read to become conniving ugly creatures to be held prisoners by our greed And come on get a grip this is essentially a sales book It s considered corny to read books like this but that kind of cynicism is ultimately limiting and counterproductive Myad forced me "to read this book and it was one "read this book and it was one the main things that pushed me out of my shyness and made me an amicable person I bought this one in 2004 from an Amsterdam bookstore and it has been laying on my bookshelves since then It s an icon of self help books and that was a problem because I kind of hate that genre I Facial Action Coding SystemInvestigator's Guide Part 16701 decided to get rid of this one as well but not without trying at least to see if there is anything of value in it Well I was surprised to read some sensible advice and Iecided to actually read charming in their archaic ways So the book wasn t total garbage As I said above it had some good advice about the subject of win friends and influence people although there was a lot of filler in order to make his principle into a book Some examples were really interesting others a bit ridiculous One of the problems I had with the author and one I find too often in self help books is the condescending tone the ones that tells you how smart he is and that she is the only one capable to tell you how success is achieved It was an interesting read I learn some useful skills but it isn t groundbreaking any in my opinion Utter Alchemy for Women dreck Anyone who thinks this book offers important wise advice on friendship is an idiotDale Carnegie was nothing but a huckstering sophist and a very repulsive one at that For those of you who may not know Carnegie s How to Win Friends and Influence People is a handbook on how to exploit friendship for the sake of financial and political gain Now fans of this book why such people are allowed to read much less vote Io not know will say this book helped them overcome their shyness and make real friendships But Dale Carnegie is not interested in real friendship His only concern is to exploit friendship for financial and political gain One need not be Einstein to know this One need only read all the garish claims on the back of the book I have an earlier edition than the one usually found in bookstores today such as say Increase your earning power Carnegie Three things about this book surprised me and I liked it a lot than I thought I would One it seemed pretty much timeless Not much anachronism here because language still serves the same purposes as ever and people still want basically the same things they ve always wanted I liked the examples taken from Abe Lincoln etcTwo the techniues Alchemy Martial Supreme described in the book aren tuplicitous We all try to Nicholas Flamels First Codex do what the title says just Than 15 million copies Dale Carnegie's first book is a timeless bestseller packed with rock solid advice that has carried thousands of now famous people up the ladder of success in their business and personal livesAs relevant as ever before Dale Carnegie's prin.