Le relazioni umane sono indispensabili per avere successo nel campo professionale anche dopo l'avvento di Internet. "Come trattare gli altri nell'era digitale" insegna le abilità di cui si ha bisogno per relazionarsi con gli altri in modo efficace nell'era della comunicazione online.
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Simple advice: Listen. Remember people's names. Smile. And yet, I forget. My only criticism: I would have liked more examples that related to the digital realm. If I'd read the original "How to Win Friends", I may not have found enough new information to be satisfied. Favorite Tidbits You can make mo Leggi tutto
Picked this up after hearing a positive review from a friend to see if this book has any insight I could use in my social media interactions. While I agree with and appreciate the principles in this book, it is full of stories and examples that drive home WHY certain tactics work or don't work, but
I loved the focus on valuing people. So much to think about and great things to consider in day to day interactions. My one complaint is just that there were a lot of examples given for each point that didn't always feel totally necessary. But highly recommend this book.
The original Carnegie classic "How to to Win Friends and Influence People" is a 10 out of 10 of classic books. "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living" was a pick me up I read when I was 23, and influenced me greatly. So why the low score here. Well, the big thing that is missing is the Carnegie voice Leggi tutto
This book is absolutely fantastic. You have to read it. Since there are a great too many things to say, I will try to summarize those most important quotes / advices / teachings in short phrases so that you can have a general idea of it. For me, the most important lessons from Dale's revealing book
This is the classic information. Even though it claims to be updated for the digital age- It isn't. The contents tells the story: essentials of engagement: bury your boomerangs affirm what's good connect with core desires 6 ways to make a lasting impression" take interest in others' interests smile reign wit Leggi tutto
Most of this is common sense, but that's not to say that everyone practices common sense (especially in 'the digital age') so it definitely has its use. I love that all the points made in the original book still apply today, because at the end of the day it's about people - not the form of communica Leggi tutto
This book does have a lot of good, practical advice about how to deal with people: be genuine, smile, know people's names, start with praise, criticize in private, etc. But it also lacks depth in several areas. For example, it claims it's for the digital age, but it doesn't actually give much practic Leggi tutto
The original may have been good, I don't know as I haven't read it. But this version seems to be the transcript a business training company uses to teach the principles of Carnegie's original work, not a book written by a book author. The tone of the book flops back and forth between what I think ar Leggi tutto
great advice for, not only business, but also for private life. it just shows you how to care more, be friendly and non-judmental with its consequences, i.e. when people react to the affirmative and sincere you.
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