dale carnegie

Be A Leader: How to Change People–Dale Carnegie, Part 4

We’re wrapping up the year with the last in our Dale Carnegie series and review of ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People’. The last part of his book deals with ‘How to bring about a change in people without being offensive or arousing resentment’.  This subject matter may sound manipulative as do several others in our series, but Mr. Carnegie makes several strong points…

Read more »

How to Win People to Your Way of Thinking-Dale Carnegie, Part 3

We’re in our third week of our review of Dale Carnegie’s ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People’. This week, Mr. Carnegie is talking about getting people to come around to your way of thinking. Carnegie Wins People With Stories Mr. Carnegie loves to tell stories to illustrate his points. He told one here about a man at a dinner party who heard another gentlemen…

Read more »

6 Ways to Make People Like You–Dale Carnegie Part 2

This week, Mr. Carnegie gives us 6 ways to make people like us. Have you started your mental list of what they could be? They are pretty common sense, as you’ll see. Last week, we went over Principles dealing with Handling People—don’t criticize, condemn or complain, give honest and sincere appreciation and getting people to really want what you want. Six Ways to Make People…

Read more »

Dale Carnegie Principles to Influence People

We are starting “How to Win Friends & Influence People”.  Many of us have read this book and Mr. Carnegie said himself it’s a good idea to re-read the book frequently so as not to forget his points. In fact he said it would be good to read each chapter twice and after every point, pause and think about how you could take that particular…

Read more »

A Look at the Principles of Dale Carnegie

I’ve been reading How to Win Friends & Influence People, by Dale Carnegie and thought it might be interesting for you to either get a refresher of his major tenants, or be introduced to him for the first time here. This is my second time to read it – I think my first was when I was in high school, so it’s like reading it…

Read more »

Scroll to Top