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How to Win Friends and Influence People | Study Guide

Dale Carnegie

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Author

Dale Carnegie

Year Published

1936

Type

Nonfiction

Genre

Self-Help

At a Glance

Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People is a self-help book that offers advice on how to get along smoothly with others while gaining what you want. Proclaimed on its cover as "the only book you need to lead you to success," the book targets primarily business executives, salespeople, and those looking to further their careers. However, its core principles can be applied successfully in almost any situation: with friends, family, or strangers. Developed from Carnegie's popular lectures and workshops, the book employs a humorous, anecdotal approach that is entertaining and easy to read.

How to Win Friends and Influence People presents 30 chapters on broad topics such as how to make people like you and how to be a leader without causing offense or resentment. Individual topics are illuminated by positive, real-life anecdotes about well-known business leaders and politicians, as well as everyday individuals. Each chapter ends with a single statement that summarizes the main point, making it easy for readers to review the most important take-home messages at a glance. Carnegie recommends reviewing the principles on a regular basis as a continual reminder to build them into everyday life.

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Carnegie offers a variety of strategies in How to Win Friends and Influence People to help the average person get along better with others and get the results they want from others.

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