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  1. A question. Why sometimes I am genuinely annoyed by people who are genuinely interested in me? They are just genuinely annoying by asking many questions.
    What I am trying to get at is that the so-called rules or laws offered by Carnegie's book are not always applicable. And that is why I think Carnegie's book is not sufficient at helping you become charming.

  2. You know what I liked about this book? The storytelling and how each stories are based on true events. If all the books are like this then maybe most of us will not be confused about our future.

  3. 3:50 – I live in one of the safest, yet most boring towns in Canada. Practically no crime, and the only thing to do for leisure is to walking around nature.

    One of my coworkers is a Mexican man who I've never really spoken to and also didn't think too much of, as rude as that sounds. But one day I started a conversation with him and casually brought up how boring our town is, and jokingly asked why he picked HERE to live. He explained how he used to be a financial advisor in Mexico, however then proceeded to tell his story about how the cartel abruptly showed up in his small town and executed citizens at the blink of an eye as part of their operation to take over the area. This man had friends murdered in their homes, and while he was able to escape to a neighboring town, he said that while walking to school every morning, there wasn't a day that passed where he didn't walk passed corpses or hanging bodies. He ran out of options after the cartel started expanding into the nearby area he was able to take refuge in. He managed to evacuate with his wife and after few weeks of finding temporary places to stay the night, he was able to spend most of his life savings and escape to our quiet, boring, safe Canadian town, where he told me that waking up to a town where nothing happens every day, is pure bliss.

  4. Read this 6 years ago, and dismissed it as basic and generic! Now after 6 years I came back and honestly this is by far the most important and powerful book, hands down!

  5. Me knowing that I've practiced these principles without knowing this book existed is neat. Not so much common sense but you wanna get people to talk about themselves and yeah they might not be all about them personally but before you know it they're talking about their significant others, pets, or kids maybe and you can go from there.

  6. It's very true, at my work a customer came in wearing the local gyms uniform and as soon as asked what the gym was like he said come by tomorrow and I'll show you.
    So I did, he then offered me a deal that ended up saving me around 100 dollars compared to the deals advertised outside the gyms front doors, he trained me for free and gave me a free workout plan, we are now relatively good friends.
    It is truly incredible what one sentence, spoken genuinely and with confidence can acheive

  7. Does anyone know how to create that kind of video or what it is called? I mean the way of presenting the video. I will be appreciated the responses ❤️

  8. If everyone read this book the world would be a better place. But also I wouldn't have the advantage of having read the book against others who haven't. Oh well

  9. About point number 3, it depends about the personality of the boss in this case I guess. Because if your boss is horrible or not having a good day, sometimes saying those things might backfire at you I think. What do you think?

  10. I feel like the concepts in this book are all under the assumption that you're dealing with competent, emotionally intelligent people with a capacity for understanding. Tactics which would be rendered obsolete to someone who's apathetic and selfish, which makes me kindof question the legitimacy of these strategies in todays climate :/

  11. I think people see through a lot of these techniques – if your honest and genuine you would probably be interested in people…
    I've read it a few times throughout my life and felt there's a hidden sneakiness….I'm sure it can help a lot of people though…

  12. This is a very good book I’m interested in reading. Another really good book is the 48 Laws of Power, as you mention in the end. I must say that we must be careful because that book encourages some behaviors I wouldn’t recommend. But read it at your own risk

  13. Since I've seen a bunch of summaries highlighting random rules from the book, I thought I'd give my take after reading it 3 times:

    This whole book is based upon 3 fundamental principles;

    1. Don't criticize, condemn or complain (think of other ways, such as asking in a friendly way)

    2. Make people feel important, do it sincerely through honest appreciation (This is the most recurring theme within the book)

    3. Arouse in people in an eagar want (If you want them to do something)

    Rules/Tips/Guides Based on Principle 1;

    a) Avoid arguments
    b) Never say 'You're wrong'
    c) Try to see things from the other persons perspective
    d) Be sympathetic with others ideas & desires
    e) Call attention to others mistakes indirectly
    f) Talk about your own mistakes first before critiquing
    g) Ask questions instead of giving orders

    Rules/Tips/Guides Based on Principle 2;

    a) Become genuinely interested in other people
    b) Remeber peoples names
    c) Be a good listener (encourage others to talk about themselves)
    d) Make the other person feel important – sincerely
    e) let the other person feel the idea was his/hers
    f) Begin in a friendly way
    g) Let the other person do the talking
    h) Begin with praise and honest appreciation
    I) Praise the slightest improvement & praise every improvement
    j) use encouragement – make the fault seem easy to correct

    Rules/Tips/Guides Based on Principle 3;

    a) Talk in terms of the other persons interests
    b) Appeal to his/her nobler motives
    c) Give the other person a fine reputation to live upto
    d) Make the other person happy about doing the thing you suggest

    Other ideas/suggestions which are worth knowing;

    a) Smile
    b) If you are wrong, admit it quickly
    c) Get the other person saying 'Yes, Yes' immediately (Amazing to think how many sales books & scripts are based off this 1 chapter, which is around 5 pages long)
    d) Dramatise your ideas (Used often in copywriting with 3D mail, etc)
    e) Throw down a challenge (Used to improve productivity with workers)

    Hope that helps atleast some people out! Highly recommend reading the book for the examples given.

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