Stop worrying and get well pdf
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Stop worrying and get well
Dale Carnegie. Carnegie outlines some basic principles to help you stop worrying. He draws from common sense, from people who have achieved peace and happiness, and from the sayings of philosophers, business leaders and others.
No one living has enough emotion and vigor to fight the inevitable and, at the same time, enough left over to create a new life. Choose one or the other. You can either bend with the inevitable sleetstorms of lifeor you can resist them andbreak! If youve read How to Win Friends and Influence People, youve been exposed to his laid back, tell-it-like-it-is style. If youve got a little more worry in your life than youd like who doesnt, eh?!
Read in: 4 minutes Favorite quote from the author:. Born in , Carnegie was one of the first published authors in self-improvement, having written over ten books on topics like behavior change, habits, interpersonal skills, public speaking and applying all of those in a business context. He believed that the best way to change others is to change oneself, a principle that underpinned most of the ideas in his evergreen bestseller How To Win Friends And Influence People , which has sold over 30 million copies to date. This book was published 12 years later and describes several ways to deal with worry, one of the leading causes of illnesses like heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, stomach ulcers and high blood pressure. Carnegie delivers several tactics and backs them up with case studies.