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It's the guts of "how to win friends"
on April 22, 2000
I found this book a tremendous followup to reading Carnegie's How to win friends and influence people. As stated in the other reviews, this great little guide offers the universal principles of communicating with people.
Carnegie's bible differs in that it answers the fundamental question: Why should I improve my skills with people? Why bother? He does this with umpteen stories threaded throughout the book. The reader is left in no doubt as to the value of its contents.
After reading Carnegie, Skill With People is an incredible, compact aide that can be left lying around the house, in the car, in the bathroom, etc. that makes it easy to brush up and revise the pointers that are so valuable.