How to Win Friends and Influence People

By Dale Carnegie
320 Pages

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A timeless classic that is often overlooked in today’s “here and now” pop leadership culture. This book was published in 1937 and gets directly at the challenge of connecting with people in a constructive and influential way. While times certainly have changed since 1937, the essence of connecting with people has not. This treatise on winning friends and influencing people is a must for every leadership library.

D. R. Conant

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