This is a summary of Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People has proven to be one of the most popular books aimed at boosting people’s confidence that has ever been sold. Released in 1937, over 16 million copies of the book have been sold worldwide. Millions have improved both their personal as well as professional lives by following what Dale Carnegie taught. The book describes the different principles that are aimed at teaching one to:
Persuade people to follow ideas
Help one gain new clients
Help one make friends both easily as well as quickly
Increase ones popularity in both your personal and professional circles
Help boost colleagues’ enthusiasm
According to Dale Carnegie, personal relationships determine one’s success. The way in which you are able to connect with others serves to determine how well you succeed in life. The book describes how one can maximize one’s interacting with others so that you can create strong personal as well as professional relationships.
The book aids one in achieving twelve points; principles that are a guide to both better personal and professional relationships.
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