I found this really enjoyable. The reader has a very pleasant voice and the pace is considered but quick enough not to drag. The common sense points made seem obvious once you're told them and they've already helped me to achieve some goals at work.
This tape is remarkable. This is just my first time listening and I felt so connected.
Yes. A number of people we encounter everyday could do with developing the people skills that this book develops.
Crucial Conversations. Again, showing how to deal with people in everyday life in a more productive, positive manner.
Although this doesn't have characters that develop a plot per-se, Andrew MacMillan does keep the listener engaged as he introduces different personalities and anecdotes.
There are to many to single out.
Within listening to the first few chapters, I was receiving comments from colleagues about seeming to be a more positive person.
"Great book - very practical"
I enjoyed listening to this and taking lots of notes with plenty excellent information. A very practical book with principles that can be applied to ones life immediately!
"Worth to listen to it twice!"
"How to Win Friends & Influence People" contains many real-life examples and suggestions you can apply right away in your daily communication. The author describes how flawed our initial reaction usually is and how to change it in order to achieve favourable outcomes.
This book is such a good way to see the world and handle situations and communicate. Really good book to read just need to re-read sections and use as a reference.
"Old classic but still current"
This is a great book. It gives you a different perspective on day to day behaviour and communication. Despite the age, the topics and advice are very current. Only the examples are a dated way of verbal communication but the key points are very current and always will be. A must read for personal and business communication.
Good. Not revolutionary compared to modern comparisons. Quick and easy though and good couple of key principles.
Carnegie's advice is sound, though it has become a little over-applied and transparent now. Still, some worthwhile tips.
The world would be a much better place if everyone made an effort to listen to and apply Dale Carnegie 's timeless advice on how to treat fellow person.