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How to Win Friends and Influence People (1948)

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Carnegie's classic bestseller--an inspirational personal-development guide that shows how to achieve lifelong success--is now in a newly packaged edition, the first hardcover release of this classic since 1981.
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Teoksen nimi:How to Win Friends and Influence People
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Arvio (tähdet):*****
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      Today, however, capitalists consume much of their profit (or find other unproductive uses for some of it, like financial speculation), and this has been associated with a visible slowing of business investment during the years of neoliberalism. Indeed, if the goal of neoliberalism was to strengthen investment and growth, then it has clearly failed: despite new powers and freedoms, the world’s capitalists invest less of their profit than in previous epochs.
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I used to consider this book (before I read it) a how-to manual for sociopaths.

It took me a long time to get around to reading it, partly because of its name. The title is a bit off-putting. It feels too much like a sales manual, like a blueprint for manipulating people. It just didn’t seem like the sort of book a modern, educated person should need to read. And it certainly wasn’t a book for a person who valued the idea of being authentic or “real.”

But mostly, in full disclosure, I put off reading it because of a personal vendetta. In my youth, I was vying to get on a local game show. I was about to advance to the next round, had a lead of 100 points with one question remaining. The question was, “Who wrote How to Win Friends and Influence People?” I rang in and answered, “Andrew Carnegie!” I was wrong, and lost 100 points. The person in second place rang in and correctly answered, “Dale Carnegie!” I lost. She won.

I must have held that grudge for many years, for it took me until recently to actually read it and evaluate it on its own merits. As to the title? I still think it’s a bad title. In our era, the title seems to convey a sense of manipulation, and its contents are contrary to that idea. The one thing Carnegie emphasizes in all of his ideas is that one must be sincere and genuine in any interaction with other people.

"Give honest and sincere appreciation…."

"Make the other person feel important, and do it sincerely…."

"Become genuinely interested in other people…."

"The principles taught in this book will work only when they come from the heart. I am not advocating a bag of tricks."

"In order to be genuine in our relationships with others, we need to start by suspending our own tendency to criticize other points of view."

"Criticism is futile because it puts a person on the defensive and usually makes him strive to justify himself. Criticism is dangerous, because it wounds a person’s precious pride, hurts his sense of importance, and arouses resentment."

"We can’t ever achieve understanding of, or even interest in, other people and ideas if we enter into an exchange convinced of our own superiority, and with an agenda of being 'right.'”

"Instead of condemning people, let’s try to understand them. Let’s try to figure out why they do what they do. That’s a lot more profitable and intriguing than criticism; and it breeds sympathy, tolerance and kindness."

Further, he suggests avoiding arguments altogether:

"I have come to the conclusion that there is only one way under high heaven to get the best of an argument—and that is to avoid it. Avoid it as you would avoid rattlesnakes and earthquakes."

This book probably isn’t for everyone. Nor is every section of this book valuable for all of its readers. But, if you are willing to examine how you interact with others, and recognize that you might be able to improve these interactions, you can find some timeless advice in its contents.

"If out of reading this book you get just one thing—an increased tendency to think always in terms of other people’s point of view, and see things from their angle—if you get that one thing out of this book, it may easily prove to be one of the building blocks of your career."

More than just your career, it could be one of the building blocks of your life. ( )
  evenlake | Mar 23, 2021 |
This rating is not based so much on the actual book, which I thought was rather good but on the fact that my dad made me read it. ( )
  mcsp | Jan 25, 2021 |
very good book for people trying to get more productive throughout their liftime
  Yogeshcr7 | Jan 21, 2021 |
I can see why this book has been in print for over 70 years. It draws it huge success not only from the appealing title, but also from the very fundamental nature of the principles it lays out.

I cannot help but being a bit disappointed however.

The book is structured as a collection of basic principles illustrated with examples and anecdotes of mostly American presidents between the two world wars.

All the principles basically boil down to `try to be nice'. All the stories can be summarized as `X said something nice to Y and Y instantly made X incredibly rich and successful'.

On the other hand, it's a nice quick read and I can imagine my referring back to this book once in a while in the future. Because in the end, it does entice you to become a nicer person. :-) ( )
  bbbart | Dec 27, 2020 |
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Introduction by Lowell Thomas - a short-cut to distinction. On a cold, winter night last January two thousand five hundred men and women thronged into the grand ballroom of the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York. Every available seat was filled by half past seven.

Introduction by Dale Carnegie - How this book was written - and why.  ... Why, then, have I had the temerity to write another book? And, after I have written it, why should you bother to read it?
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Relocated from 'first words' Common Knowledge entry -"How to Win Friends and Influence People was first published in 1937 in an edition of only five thousand copies." Which appears to be from the preface written by Dorothy Carnegie (Mrs. Dale Carnegie) to the 'revised' addition.

Following copied from Simon & Schuster (original publishers) web page on 10 May 2015 "Since its release in 1936, How to Win Friends and Influence People has sold more than 15 million copies."
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