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How to win Friends & Influence People Paperback – January 1, 2011
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By Mike McCarthy on September 26, 2019
4 stars because the last chapter is frankly full of sexist stuff that was perhaps ok 80 years ago but I feel it could be updated, somehow reshaped, in the new editions without losing the original spirit
By Cara Noelani on January 9, 2020
The book it self is phenomenal. Read it exactly as Dale suggest you read the book, also take notes! This book is proving to be an invaluable resource and needs to be a staple book in every classroom in the world. Problems would disappear overnight just by being able to properly communicate with people. This book will take your level of communication understanding from where it is now to a whole new level of understanding and will leave you in complete awe.
Also pay extremely close attention to the authors of Dale Carnegie books as I have found that the Dale Carnegie association attempts to coerce readers into believing that Dale Carnegie himself wrote certain books when it was his organization that actually wrote them.
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The advice laid out in this book requires adapting to your own personal circumstances but builds on the fundamental principles of being good to your fellow peers.
Nice, clear reading with good examples of practice in the stories told.
Needs to update the idea of marriage advice but a good read nonetheless.
With the exception of the part on marriage which though still useful hasn't aged as well.