My daughter never finds the time to read the books I suggest, however, with an ipod on her side, she actually listened to the audio book.
She communicates very difficult, but just because somebody else is telling her how to communicate, she listened and she acted with great results.
There where aha moments!
She will listen to the book more then once.
I had been suggested this book several times and never got around to it until I became an audible member. I wish I hadn't waited so long, this book is fantastic and ties into a lot of the sales training I have done. Great tie in with the psychology of sales. Also, some interesting facts about many historical figures including Abraham Lincoln.
The book is a business classic. As such it's a must have for your business library. I try to listen to this book every year!
This is the perfect audible book. Pour in this ageless wisdom at all times.
I think so many people could benefit and be reminded of the common sense ways we should communicate with one another. Sometimes it helps to hear the bad ways other people have tried to get along with one another in the past, to make sure we are better at communicating with one another. Most of this information is common sense, but so many people should listen to it!
I enjoyed the stories, but found the advice to be dated. I dont need to be reminded to smile at my wife.
This book is a must read for anyone who is living and breathing. Some may say that its a "How to sell" book, but really its a book that teaches you how to be a better person. The principles laid out by Dale Carnegie are very simple and easy to put to use.
I enjoyed some of the subject matter. But, I found the book a bit dated.
No..to many other books that are more up to date.
It was short.
it's a gr8 tactful book with lots of technequies involved for practical benifits.... a must read for all.Ankit ..INDIA
This was a pleasure to hear. Great inflection and the true life examples give practical ways to apply. I do not give 5s. Some examples seem dated and the challenge is to put them in present day context. I took it as a mental exercise and growth challenge. Take your time and apply as you go. Even better work in a group.