How to Win Friends and Influence People
Simon and Schuster, 1981 - 299 pages
Available for the first time ever in trade paperback, Dale Carnegie's enduring classic, the inspirational personal development guide that shows how to achieve lifelong success. One of the top-selling books of all time, "How to Win Friends Influence People" has sold more than 15 million copies in all its editions.
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President Taft—a quarrel that split the Republican party, put Woodrow Wilson in
the White House, and wrote bold, luminous lines across the First World War and
altered the flow of history. Let's review the facts quickly. When Theodore ...
As Mr. Walters was ushered into the president's office, a young woman stuck her
head through a door and told the president that she didn't have any stamps for
him that day. “I am collecting stamps for my twelve-year-old son,” the president ...
“I taught President Roosevelt how to handle a car with a lot of unusual gadgets,
but he taught me a lot about the fine art of handling people. “When I called at the
White House,” Mr. Chamberlain writes, “the President was extremely pleasant ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - evenlake - LibraryThing
I used to consider this book (before I read it) a how-to manual for sociopaths. It took me a long time to get around to reading it, partly because of its name. The title is a bit off-putting. It feels ... Read full review
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I can see why this book has been in print for over 70 years. It draws it huge success not only from the appealing title, but also from the very fundamental nature of the principles it lays out. I ... Read full review