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Friends and People

Dale Carnegie Introduction

According to a survey, the 1st desire of adults is good health, and the 2nd is the desire to win friends and influence people
the first 6 times Dale Carnegie tried to speak in public in college he was a total failure
Carnegie's parents paid for his college degree that led him to career success from college speaking contests
Dale Carnegie defined his main job to be to help men conquer their fears and develop courage
Professor William James of Harvard used to say that the average man develops only __________ percent of his latent mental ability. ten
The introduction to the book How to Win Friends and Influence People by Lowell Thomas is titled A Short-Cut to Distinction
Created by: newsong