How to win friend and influence people

HOW TO WIN FRIENDS AND INFLUENCE PEOPLE

February 6, 2020 By Lsmeghwal926@gmail.com 2

How to win friends and influence people   teaches us that we should never judge a man his guile, by his clothes, by his books, you first know her, understand than come to a conclusion . If you can’t talk or make friends  easily you should read this book.I don’t know what area you are from, but talking to someone and making a good rapport with the all depends on your success. There are lot of people waiting for you to make a mistake and trying to make you fall down, so the only way to avoid it is to quickly apologize your mistakes

How to win friends and influence people SUMMERY

PUBLISHED-1937

AUTHOR-DALE CARNEGIE

PAGES-291

This book will teach you how to take the initiative to talk someone and make a friend. . It teaches you to talk in such a way that does not make anyone feel bad and do your job. That will fix a lot of trouble your too. Everybody wants to take his place in the hearts of others.

HOW TO WIN FRIENDS AND INFLUENCE PEOPLE

QUOTE

BE WISER THAN IF YOU CAN BE BUT DON’T TELL THEM ABOUT IT”

MOST OF US HAVE EVEN MORE COURAGE THAN THEY CAN’T IMAGINE’

BOOK:-

  • Give folks a advantage fame to reside as much as. 
  • Encourage others to talk about themselves. 
  • your work speak more than your words.
  • thank you for those people you have.
  • You should not always smile to let others see you.
  • You ask for what you want from the person when you are interested in someone, that person is ready to help you.

AUTHOR:-

DALE CARNEGIE was born in 1922, nov 22, and is an american writer and lecturer. it is a best selling book. He is well developer of famous courses in self enhancement, salesmanship, company coaching, public talking and interpersonal expertise. He also wrote another too many books.

  •        LINCOLN THE UNKNOWN(1932)
  •        JOSEPH BERG ESENUSEIN(1915)
  •        LITTLE KNOWN FACTS ABOUT WELL KNOWN PEOPLE(1934)
  •        FIVE MINUTE BIOGRAPHIES(1937)

He died of hodgkin’s disease on november 1, 1955 at his home in forest hills, new york.