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How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie

How to Win Friends and Influence People

Author Dale Carnegie

  • Published: 2010-12-16
  • Category: Self-Improvement
4 Stars
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From 303 Customers Review
Price: $0.99

Description

How to Win Friends and Influence People is one of the first bestselling self-help books ever published. Written by Dale Carnegie and first published in 1937, it has sold 15 million copies globally.

Top Customer Reviews

  • The relationship book

    5
    From larry_ade
    Excellent for many areas of life involving people relation. No doubt you're in for a change in mindset upon dropping this book.
  • Great book, editing needs work

    3
    From Aidan Saccary
    The content of this book is excellent, whereas the editing needs significant improvement. Sometimes difficult to read.
  • Words to live by

    5
    From adwin604
    Even more today
  • Why no one show me this book before?!

    5
    From MichelBeaudryJr.
    This book should be read by all student in high school.
  • Lots of typo

    3
    From Anonymus2013
    Pros: good price Cons: lots of typo
  • Great!

    5
    From HAwkline
    Everyone should read this$
  • Good ideas

    5
    From Imageitbetter
    Good ideas are timeless. I've just begun to try some of the suggestions and was amazed at the difference between one day and the next. Everyone should read or retread this book. It can make such a difference.
  • Eye opener

    5
    From Teamcook3
    I wish I had read this book 25 years ago! It has instantly changed my life and marriage for the better. I highly recommend it be one of the books all young people should read.
  • Timeless classic!

    5
    From Frenchie5357
    This book should be a staple in every new couple's household! I've been married for 35 years and his guidelines to a happy marriage still hold true today. We need to re-learn these priceless skills.
  • This is not the newest edition!

    1
    From SheldonPearson
    For some reason they've posted the crappy, grossly outdated first edition of this book, which was originally published in 1936. Why they didn't decide to go with the latest 1981 edition is beyond me.