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How to Win Friends & Influence People Audiobook
How to Win Friends & Influence People
Written by: 
Dale Carnegie
Narrated by: 
Andrew MacMillan
How to Win Friends & Influence People Audiobook

How to Win Friends & Influence People

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You can go after the job you want...and get it! You can take the job you have...and improve it! You can take any situation you're in...and make it work for you!

Simon & Schuster Audio is proud to present one of the best-selling books of all time, Dale Carnegie's perennial classic How to Win Friends and Influence People, presented here in its entirety.

For over 60 years the rock-solid, time-tested advice in this audiobook has carried thousands of now-famous people up the ladder of success in their business and personal lives.

With this truly phenomenal audiobook, learn:

  • The six ways to make people like you
  • The twelve ways to win people to your way of thinking
  • The nine ways to change people without arousing resentment

    And much, much more!

    There is room at the top, when you know...How to Win Friends and Influence People.

    ©1936 Dale Carnegie; ©1964 renewed Donna Dale Carnegie and Dorothy Carnegie; ©1981 Donna Dale Carnegie and Dorothy Carnegie, all rights reserved; (P)1988 Simon & Schuster Inc. All rights reserved. SOUNDIDEAS is an imprint of Simon & Schuster Audio Division, Simon & Schuster, Inc.

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      Jean Santa Cruz, CA, United States 12-15-12
      Jean Santa Cruz, CA, United States 12-15-12 Member Since 2016

      I am an avid eclectic reader.

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      "A guide book for dealing with people"

      I remember back in the 1950's the seminars held by Carnegie, they were very popular. I saw the book off and on over the years and thought to myself I should read this, then I saw it on the Audible list and said okay now is the time. I am glad I did. Most of the book is common sense but stated in an easy acceptable manner, the examples given demonstrate each point and make it more enjoyable and understandable. The book was written in 1936 and examples of what was current events or people at the time the book was written is history today which I enjoyed. I saw in myself some bad habits I should correct to become a better listener. Overall this is a enjoyable self help book, I wished I had read it years ago. I noted most of the information is aimed at sales people, but everyone that interacts with people can benefit.

      3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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      Arash Beverly Hills, CA, USA 10-01-08
      Arash Beverly Hills, CA, USA 10-01-08
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      "Greatest Self Development Book !"

      Two points I hope you take away from this review
      1- The lessons in this book are timeless. So don't be concerned that it was written many decades ago the advice is just as relevant today.
      2- Unlike other self development books this approaches life through positive techniques as opposed to controlling and manipulative tactics like other ones. The great news is that this approach is even more effective.


      3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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      Anthony Torres 03-27-08 Member Since 2014
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      "Point of view"

      I am in public service for 14 years,after reading this book I realized that I had been using the practices in this book all this time. They work and my life and others were on the line when these methods worked. By listening to this book I continue to learn something new.

      3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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      Linda Coffs HarbourAustralia 01-05-08
      Linda Coffs HarbourAustralia 01-05-08
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      "A must listen"

      Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People" is as relevant now (if not moreso) as when it was written. This is a compulsory text for anyone wanting to be successful in business and life.

      3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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      Noemi G Thornton, CO, USA 11-19-05
      Noemi G Thornton, CO, USA 11-19-05
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      "Dad Was Right"

      Like most children I ignored my father's advice, given years ago, that I should read this book. At age 45 I picked it up and can see Dad was (once again) right and I was wrong. Some of these ideas will sound familiar to you because you may already practice them. Old ideas like personal integrity, connecting with people on a thoughtful and personal level, being able to admit your mistakes, being forthright, candid and authentic in your dealings and being actually interested in people and what they want (instead of just what you want!) are powerful and timeless. Read this book with an open mind, noting that it is an old book and the references are from a man's world of old - but the principles apply to all genders. I apply these concepts to my law practice every day and find they have increased my income and grown my referral network. Put this one on your shelf, it is worth the subscription price.

      3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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      Alan Santa Clara, UT, USA 08-24-05
      Alan Santa Clara, UT, USA 08-24-05
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      "Time tested and a wonderful book"

      You can't argue with his approach. It helps to know a little bit about the world in the 30s and 40s, but even so you just cant argue with the straight forwardness and honesty of his principles. I read the book some 20 years ago, and found my mind wandering at times this time around, but all in all its a great book.

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      Eric Maunaloa, HI, USA 06-06-05
      Eric Maunaloa, HI, USA 06-06-05
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      "The power of appreciation!"

      This is a great book. It will increase your people skills and teach you to appreciate and be interested in other people. I have read other people skills books and found this one to be the most authentic. I do not want to be "fake" when dealing with people and this book does not teach you to be a flattering liar like some other books I have read. It was what I was looking for to improve my people skills.

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      Antonio Carlsbad, CA, United States 10-10-04
      Antonio Carlsbad, CA, United States 10-10-04 Member Since 2010
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      "The world is better because of this book"

      Words can not describe this book. It is by far the best book in world about dealing with people, management, and business. I listen to this book over and over and so will you it's amazing and you will be going back to this book back over and over again. BUY IT NOW ! If everyone read this book the world will be a better place.

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      Richard Eugene, OR, United States 03-12-09
      Richard Eugene, OR, United States 03-12-09
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      "Still The Best Self-Help Book Ever Written"

      First published in 1936 and updated in 1981 (Stevie Wonder reference, etc).

      I have read this book at twice before, back in the 90's. I picked it up now as an audio book for the first time. The reader sounds like a news caster from the 70's (and in his 70's) with a deep, clear voice. He speaks distinctly and is very good.

      You will want to listen to this over and over again. It has some of the best advice on how to be a better husband, father, friend, manager, anything you want. The principles should be taught in schools or churches instead of half the useless stuff they teach there.

      But since it isn't taught anywhere else, get the book now and learn it! You will never regret it. :)

      22 of 27 people found this review helpful
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      D Los Angeles, CA, USA 01-03-05
      D Los Angeles, CA, USA 01-03-05
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      "Good advice"

      The advice contained in this book is different than that found in more recent "self-help" books and seminars. Carnegie stresses the importance of genuine caring for others, and just being good human beings. Carnegie was clearly a spiritual man.

      The more modern self-help gurus take on a more souless, selfish, and purely manipulative approach to getting what you want. That isn't what Carnegie is attempting to teach. Carnegie and his book are firm believers in the "win win" approach to dealing with others.

      One final comment: students of history will delight in Carnegie's various references to important figures of his time, including T. Roosevelt, Taft, Woodrow Wilson, Calvin Coolidge, etc.

      12 of 15 people found this review helpful
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    • Rachel
      Warwick, Warwickshire, United Kingdom
      3/4/06
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      "Life changing"

      This book is amazing. It gives you examples of how people have managed different situations successfully and unsuccessfully. It explains the ways to influence people without being false but just being nice. I wish I had listed to this book 20 years ago. I have been captivated. I find myself unconsciously changing my behaviour, what a difference it has made when working with my staff or playing with my children.

      63 of 66 people found this review helpful
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      Rowlands Gill,, United Kingdom
      3/30/09
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      "An American Classic"

      It is important to say that Old Dale?s book does exactly what it says on the tin and really does work. However,read from the point of view as a work of narrative fiction, this book also functions perfectly well and is hugely enjoyable. It presents as a work of early twentieth century Americana as much as the novels of Scott Fitzgerald or Upton Sinclair and presents a picture of American Society and in particular American corporate life that will be very familiar to anyone who has either worked with or visited the United States. I kept returning time and time again to a mental picture of an American corporate mentor of mine ? comfortable in his late middle age with all the assumptions of middle class life and, no doubt, many of its frailities?and heard his voice speaking from within these pages. ?How to win friends? informs so much of American Literature ? John Updike and Richard Yates are two particular but not exclusive examples ? so the book also becomes a valuable work of reference to the modern American psyche and the cultural revolution that has and is taking place in that great country.

      6 of 6 people found this review helpful
    • Luke
      Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
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      "True Classic"

      This is one of those books that you will hear people talking about and this is also one of those books that it took me 30 years to get round to reading. I wish that I had done so earlier. This book has greatly improved my outlook on life and I can handle situations in a far slicker and more helpful way than before. excellent book, I would recommend it to everyone.

      5 of 5 people found this review helpful
    • R Hamilton
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      "Excellent"

      Everyone should read this book - parents and children, managers and employees. Excellent and enjoyable.

      10 of 11 people found this review helpful
    • Robert
      Kenilworth, Warwickshire, United Kingdom
      9/29/06
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      "I tried to be cynical...."

      ...but after reading this book I realise that most of my failings in business and personal life are easily-explained. Within a week I have already seen positive changes in my relationships with people. It can't be this easy can it?

      15 of 18 people found this review helpful
    • Karen
      12/6/15
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      "timeless advice"

      this book is timeless. it offers great insights and examples of human behaviour. the only criticsm would be that it mainly deals with office and business. otherwise a great suggestion from a friend

      2 of 2 people found this review helpful
    • Lukasz Hawro
      2/13/15
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      "Timeless"

      One of the most important non-fiction books in your life. Whether you are self development junkie or not you have to read it/listen to it. The earlier in your life the better. Not sure why I was not introduced to it earlier in school...

      2 of 2 people found this review helpful
    • Mike Pearson
      1/28/11
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      "Still Relevant"

      This book is inspirational and still as amazingly relevant today as when it was written about 80 years ago!

      People skills are understated and this book helps you realise how important they really are.

      You must listen to this book!

      2 of 2 people found this review helpful
    • Joseph
      AudenshawUnited Kingdom
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      "Life changing!"

      This book should be used in schools to show people how to deal with each other. Absolutely fantastic!

      2 of 2 people found this review helpful
    • Pete
      Lymington, Hampshire, United Kingdom
      12/11/09
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      "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!

      2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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