Even if you love your job, you probably have days when almost nothing goes right. Collecting the most inspirational passages from his landmark mega-best sellers How to Win Friends and Influence People and How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, Dale Carnegie's How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job will help you create a new approach to life and get the most out of yourself - all the time. Carnegie's time-tested advice will also help you to:
The classic advice of Dale Carnegie will teach you how to make every day more exciting and rewarding, how to get more done - and have more fun doing it. Start developing your innate strengths and abilities - start enriching your life TODAY!
©2010 Dale Carnegie; (P)2010 Simon & Schuster
It should be clearer that this is a repeat of his previous books. If you have How to Win Friends and Influence People and How to stop Worrying, then you have this book. Such a disappointment. Wish I could get my money back.
Having new material that is not exactly copied from another book.
Not if it is copied and pasted content from another book.
Actually having new content and ideas versus copying the exact stories from "How to Win Friends and Influence People".
All characters from the other book.
I would like a refund so I can get a book I have not already paid for.
This is excellent material, but it is only republished material from Mr. Carnegie's two famous books
When I purchased this, I didn't realize it was taken from two other books. However, I'm glad I bought it since it reminds me of the highlights of the other two. How to Win Friends and Influence People and How to Stop Worrying and Start Living. I did get more out of his stories with this than I had in re-listening... I guess the brain likes to mix things up.
The audio quality was great.
And it's funny how similar the problems were then that we are facing now: lack of jobs, fear, wanting to build true relationships.
I'd recommend if you're looking to do some introspection and wanting to better your life through your connections.
Although some of the ideas is this book have psychological merit, the segments were obviously written before the age of technology that we are in now. No one has the ability to simply clean off their desk at the end of the day, or to do one task at a time with nothing else on their agenda. Those days are gone. Survival now depends on multi-tasking and the 8-hour work day no longer exists. Totally outdated. Save your money.
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