Dale Carnegie, was an extraordinary man. He was an American writer, lecture, and the developer of famous courses in self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking, and interpersonal skills. He is the author of How to Win Friends and Influence People written in 1936, and stand bestseller that remains popular today.
This book was part of my March Goals, and is one of my favorite now. After each chapter I grew wiser in the approach to handling situations in home and work life. The lesson that’s stuck with me the most is how a little encouragement, the right way, can go so far. The confidence it breathes into someone can be everlasting, just like the negativite words/feeling one projects can be. We all want to be acknowledged, respected and appreciated, so in the end it comes down to caring and being a leader. Next time your faces with reprimanding your kids, coworkers, husband, ask yourself “how would I like to be addressed”, “what will be effective”, “can I take this negative situation & build this person up and help the grow instead of hindering and building resentment?
Definitely recommend this 🙂
Xoxo- Monica Marie