"Everyone should listen!"
This is a great book not only for the subject matter, but also the excellent narration.
While this book was written several decades ago, the principles are still as relevant now as they were back then. Some may say some of what Carnegie writes is common sense, but one could say the same thing about many self help books.
I have used many of the tips and techniques in the book and am enjoying a more comfortable time at work. Well worth a try!
"Better than reading the book"
I really enjoyed listening to this and managed to listen to it all in over a few weeks.
The readers voice is warm and engaging and the advice went in.
I enjoyed the book but definitely prefer the audio version.
A must read for everyone! Includes lots of great stories and examples of how smart communication techniques can improve both your work and you personal life.
"King of self development"
Excellent book audio version superb read this book on a number of occasions and will always remain an all time classic in my opinion! Simple techniques but how many times do we forget to use them? I certainly forget so it's important to refresh every now and then. So well written and in my top 5 books! Anyone that wants to improve at work or in their personal lives I highly recommend this book! Ultimate classic!
Take a Bow Dale Carnegie!
"Wish I'd read this years ago"
I honestly do wish I had read this years ago! Every parent, teacher, manager, supervisor- in fact every human being should read this book. I wonder how many relationships would have been saved if I had read this book as a young adult.
"Just loved it."
A tru classic that I wish I had in my hands a long time ago.
"Fantastic, informative book that can be related."
Fantastic, informative book that can be related to so many people you know and situations you have and may have to face. You will understand yourself and other people better after reading this book!
Highly highly Recommended. Everyone can learn from this guide, Simple truths but my word it is LIFE CHANGING!
"Needs part two titled: have the balls to be honest"
It describes well principals of being nice one to another well.
Its definitely not stressing hard enough the impotence of delivering a REAL feedback and that sometime it is necessary to tell people what they done wrong. How else are they to know? Do it in nice slatted way, explain that you telling them because you believe they can do better, but TELL THEM no one is a psychic even if it initially harms them. It will make them stronger later.
loved it. I've definitely picked few points from this book to change. nothing magical but some things makes huge difference