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Speaking of self-help books is incomplete without referring this bestseller by Dale Carnegie released in 1936.The book tells you how to explain your point of view to the other person and also try to look at things from their perspective. The author talks on some concepts like how you can be less direct and more polite in the way a person can put across their views to other people. It also states that you should appreciate every little accomplishment and progress in another person’s life, among other things.
What makes this book stand out?
This book stands out because it is highly ahead of its time. People didn’t approach things the way the author has conveyed the message across. This makes it one of the best self-help books to date.
Read it for
Seeking a way out to make friends in a way that seems pleasant to the other person than yourself and thereby giving more respect to the other person in front of you. This requires listening and paying more attention to what they’re saying instead of your own views.
Don't read it for
If you’re not a people pleaser and don’t want to give anyone else the upper hand in the conversation, then you shouldn’t try this book because it speaks mainly on how you can gain friends by letting them get their way.