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"Those who don't know how to fight worry, die young." This ominous advice begins Dale Carnegie's bestseller, How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, an eight-part treatise on the follies of worrying. Like other Carnegie books, this one is packed with good old-fashioned common sense, illustrated with examples drawn from research on historical figures and interviews with business leaders. Somehow, even the most simple advice--such as Carnegie's four-step method of problem solving--is presented in a way that makes you want to write it down and post it on the employee bulletin board. Narrated by the resonant and engaging voice of Andrew McMillan and loaded with relevant real-life examples, this unabridged audiobook maintains interest throughout. (Running time: 10.5 hours, eight cassettes) --Sharon Griggins --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Dale Carnegie (1888-1955) described himself as a "simple country boy" from Missouri but was also a pioneer of the self-improvement genre. Since the 1936 publication of his first book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, he has touched millions of readers and his classic works continue to impact lives to this day.
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I purchased this book for myself and a friend as a gift. It's a great read for anyone who struggles with finding themselves or happiness because they're too busy worrying about... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Liana
I'm sure the messaging in this book was profound in its time, but now this book comes off as a varied assembly of anecdotes that might be listed by a door-to-door salesman.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
It was pretty good until he mentions that part of the program is to pray. Really? Pray?Published 3 days ago by Joel B
Dale Carnegie gives many good examples to convince his listeners and readers of the futility of worry, and shows the benefits of positive thinking and faith. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Vernon
Great book, definitely gave me some interesting new tools and frameworks to help manage my busy life and career. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Todd