How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie was published in 1936. Over 30 million copies have been sold worldwide, making it one of the best-selling books of all time. The book was published by Simon and Schuster.
This book is a guide to improving a person’s aura in the world. It is about changing how the world views and treats you by changing your own behavior. That means that if you change the kind of energy that you emit, what comes back to you is also different. This is one of the most influential business and communication skills guides. This book teaches you how to market yourself and generate more clients. This book has been acclaimed by many known figures around the world. This book tries to get you out of a mental hell and provides you with ambition and goals. It enables you to be friendlier and seem a positive person to others, it helps you become a popular person who is liked by the majority and in business terms, it enables you to win new clients. it increases your earning power by helping you use your potential to the fullest and it helps you to become a better public speaker and to be liked by the mass audience.
If you read the book carefully and follow the majority of the tips, you can learn to be friendlier and more presentable as a person. You can become a person who emits the positivity that is inside the heart. You can become a person people trust and want to be associated with. As long as you have good friends and good business associations, you will probably stay strong in personal as well as professional life.
About the author
Dale Carnegie was a lecturer of public speaking at YMCA New York. He had also served the U.S. Army during World War 1. He started his career by giving lectures on personality development and public speaking. He became a sought after teacher and writer later on in his life. He published his first book in 1936 and authored more self-help books renowned around the world. Some of his other works include ‘How to Stop Worrying and Start Living’ and ‘Lincoln the Unknown’