People need praise
Reminder to praise. Idea to agree with your opponents instead of 1st trying to negotiate with them.
He sounds like he could be Carnegie.
Make people feel important
Say something about yourself!
The principles that he covers in this book are timeless.
The examples he used in the book to get his message across about each principle are spot on.
I love this book in its entirety. I read this book 3 times and listened to it 5 times now.
My goal is to apply every principle in this book.
If you are a human being, you need to read/listen to this book, it will make you money.
I have not read the print version, but I read a lot so I decided to give my eyes a break. This was a very enjoyable book to listen to. I especially enjoyed the narrator who sounds like he is speaking from the past with wisdom he WANTS to share.
I loved the entire book. Being a perfectionist I seldom trust others or compliment on their work. I now have a better understanding of why people are the way they are and why they probably don't like me....lol...
It seems like everything he talked about was skills I recognized were within me, but I was letting outside influences determine my own behavior. I feel as though we are programed to know what is best for ourselves but often forget it. This was a great reminder!
I am listening to this book for the second time and will probably give it as a gift to my previous Priest. I also am looking forward to listening to the updated version that focuses on the Digital World.
The book was a good listen and use different stories and examples for different techniques that he was explaining. This should help the listener understand how to apply lessons from the book into similar real-life situations.
The key thing is to remember, the Good Lord gave us two ears and one mouth as an indication that we are supposed to listen twice as much as we talk.
LIsten to it. Supports with stories/examples what we know at some level are the best methods of relating to others.
This is a great book. Just remember to learn the other side of the story by reading Quiet by Cain.
There are so many great anecdotes
This book goes great with "The War of Art" and "The Most Human Human"
These are time-test lessons on how to improve your interactions with others. It deals not with manipulating people to your will, but opening yourself and seeing how others respond. A definite read for those in the customer service industry.
This book was hard to pause. While listening to it you will have memories of similar situations which will allow you to assess your responses and reactions. Maybe you'll be a different person next time or act differently to diffuse a situation.
yes. the science of dealing with people is an important part of life. Everyone should at least be aware of how to...
Be open minded and consider other people's opinions.
The tone of the story.