“How to Win Friends & Influence People” by Dale Carnegie receives a lot of criticism for its passive approach to communication.
A lot of the concepts will strike the reader as no-shit statements, but the precepts are unequivocally valuable.
I highly advise everyone to skim the key concepts and practice them daily.
The book is filled with repetition revolving around the importance of listening (a novel concept to some), almost verging on docile obedience.
Carnegie’s anecdotal approach contains the usual platitudes, but this is one of the few times where beating the dead horse is justified.
Much praise for the O.G. Communication expert.
Find it here at Amazon.com: How to Win Friends & Influence People