How to win friends and influence people. #1

This book is written by Dale Carnegie. Ii tells us about How to develop self-confidence and influence people by public speaking. How to enjoy life and your job. How to stop worrying and start living.



REVOLUTIONIZE the way you look at you.

Be POPULAR.

Be PERSUSSIVE.

Be INFLUENTIAL.

Be ENTERTAINING.

Be happy in all your RELATIONSHIPS.

This book teaches us everything about speaking. So, lets discover

part 1: FUNDAMENTAL TECHNIQUES IN HANDLING PEOPLE.

1. Begin with praise and honest appreciation.

If you want to gather honey, don’t kick over the beehive. At times we need to sweet to people. But, honest appreciation is required, or else it will make that person feel, that you are only doing this to seek attention and truly don’t respect him/her.

2. Don’t criticize, condemn or complain.

The big secret of dealing with people. When you meet somebody at first and start criticizing, the person draws a character sketch of you. He might feel that you are not interested in him/her. So, they’ll also not show interest in you.

3. Arouse in the other person an eager want.

He who can do this has the whole world with him. He who cannot walks a lonely way. You need to make an attractive personality by following the above given steps. So, that people attract towards you and will be eager to be with/work with you.

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