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How to Win Friends and Influence People (PREMIUM PAPERBACK, PENGUIN INDIA)

How to Win Friends and Influence People (PREMIUM PAPERBACK, PENGUIN INDIA)

The 1# all-time bestseller by one of the greatest self-help authors, Dale Carnegie

Dale Carnegie
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Command attention, charm your superiors, and win people over wherever you go. How to Win Friends and Influence People has helped thousands of readers gain self-confidence and unlock life-changing opportunities-and now, it’s your turn.

Master the fine art of communication, express your most important ideas, and create genuine impact with the help of international bestselling author Dale Carnegie. Written in his trademark conversational style, this book illustrates time-tested techniques through engaging anecdotes and events from the lives of legendary orators, historical figures, and successful leaders.

This book will help you:

– Become a great conversationalist, leaving a good impression wherever you go.

– Persuade people to do what you want, unlocking numerous life-changing opportunities as a result.

– Become a true leader, mastering the fine art of people management.

– Create incredible and long-lasting connections that offer you genuine value and growth opportunities

Full of timeless wisdom and sage advice, this practical handbook on human relations will equip you to navigate the treacherous waters of interpersonal relationships in both business and social settings. Now you too can unearth your true potential, forge long-lasting relationships, and discover How to Win Friends and Influence People in every walk of life!

Imprint: India Penguin

Published: Jun/2021

ISBN: 9780143454717

Length : 296 Pages

MRP : ₹199.00

How to Win Friends and Influence People (PREMIUM PAPERBACK, PENGUIN INDIA)

The 1# all-time bestseller by one of the greatest self-help authors, Dale Carnegie

Dale Carnegie

Command attention, charm your superiors, and win people over wherever you go. How to Win Friends and Influence People has helped thousands of readers gain self-confidence and unlock life-changing opportunities-and now, it’s your turn.

Master the fine art of communication, express your most important ideas, and create genuine impact with the help of international bestselling author Dale Carnegie. Written in his trademark conversational style, this book illustrates time-tested techniques through engaging anecdotes and events from the lives of legendary orators, historical figures, and successful leaders.

This book will help you:

– Become a great conversationalist, leaving a good impression wherever you go.

– Persuade people to do what you want, unlocking numerous life-changing opportunities as a result.

– Become a true leader, mastering the fine art of people management.

– Create incredible and long-lasting connections that offer you genuine value and growth opportunities

Full of timeless wisdom and sage advice, this practical handbook on human relations will equip you to navigate the treacherous waters of interpersonal relationships in both business and social settings. Now you too can unearth your true potential, forge long-lasting relationships, and discover How to Win Friends and Influence People in every walk of life!

Select Preferred Format

Dale Carnegie

DALE CARNEGIE was born in Maryville, Missouri on 24 November 1888. He attended the State Teacher's College in Warrensburg and served in the United States Army during World War I. Before beginning a long career in writing about self-improvement, salesmanship, and interpersonal skills, along with material for corporate training programmes, he was a teacher of public speaking. He taught night classes at a YMCA in New York where his classes became wildly popular and highly attended. In 1936, he issued a self-help book, How to Win Friends and Influence People to be used as a textbook for his courses in effective speaking and human relations. It touched a nerve and filled a human need that was more than a faddish phenomenon of the Great Depression after the war. By the time of his death, the book had sold five million copies in 31 languages, making it one of the bestselling books of all time.