Five Summer Reads That Could Make Your Career a Best-Seller
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How to Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie
Published for the first time in 1936, this book has been topping recommended reading lists for the past 75 years, and I can see why. With intriguing chapter headings such as “The Six Ways to Make People Like You” and “Three Fundamental Techniques in Handling People,” it’s hard to resist digging in and discovering Carnegie’s secrets. But cloaked under these snazzy headings is a strong lesson about humility. With thoughtful tips and examples drawn from real life on how to consider your own faults, be a worthwhile conversational partner and best inspire others, this book is a must read.