How to Win Friends and Influence People

The Power of Listening:

Carnegie emphasizes the importance of active listening, allowing individuals to feel valued and understood.


Expressing Genuine Interest:

Genuine curiosity and interest in others foster meaningful connections and create a positive social environment.


Avoiding Criticism and Condemnation:

The book guides readers to refrain from criticism, replacing it with constructive feedback and understanding.


Encouraging Others to Talk About Themselves:

Carnegie advocates for the art of letting others share their experiences, fostering a sense of importance and connection.


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1 review for How to Win Friends and Influence People

  1. Jared (verified owner)

    I completed reading this book, and while I enjoyed the overall story, I found myself wishing for more depth in the character development. The plot was engaging, but the characters felt a bit flat. An okay read, but not exceptional.

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