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Publisher's Summary

Dale Carnegie's 14-Day Worry Cure!

In this audiobook, you will learn:

  • What worry may do to you
  • Live in "day-tight compartments"
  • A magic formula for solving worry situations
  • What causes half the worry in the world
  • How to break the worry habit before it breaks you
  • Don't let the beetles get you down
  • A law that will outlaw many of your worries
  • Co-operate with the inevitable
  • Eight words that can transform your life
  • Would you take a million dollars for what you have?
  • How to cure melancholy in 14 days
  • How the housewife can avoid fatigue - and keep looking young
  • How to keep from worrying about insomnia
  • How to lessen your financial worries

©2015 BN Publishing (P)2015 BN Publishing

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Very good book. Lots of good information but relatively short listen (less than 3 hours).

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The Good Ole Days

I'm aware that the Carnegie materials are considered by many to be tried and true gospel. It is on that basis that I tried my well best to follow the story. Many of the stories are from a post depression era, and I for one struggle to find relevance to today's business world.

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  • 08-02-17

Some really good points but so dated too.

This is ok but very dated. The prices have not been updated. The narrator reads out full addresses of various companies and individuals. Listen to the first hour then stop.