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How to Make Friends & Influence People By Dale Carnegie In my second year in college, I decided to contest for a political office on campus. In my part of the world, that was a big deal as you’ll become a famous leader of thousands of students. There were about five of us in the race, including the incumbent of the office we were running for. I can’t believe it! I had about 85% of the entire votes. How did I do it? Few months before I ran for this campus political office, I’ve read How to Win Friends & Influence People and one of the major points in this book is; Remember People’s Name which I practiced so well by calling people by their names. When you call people by their names, they simply see you as their friends and love you for it. If tomorrow you ask for their heads, they joyfully give you. Hahahaaha… (laugh) the silly me. But seriously, people can die for you if they like you and one of the best ways to make people like you is by calling them by names. That’s the first major lesson in this book; Call People By Their Names By the way, if this is the first time on our channel consider subscribing because we’ll help you to read all the world’s best business books under 7 minutes. Let’s move to point two. Over a decade ago, I was addressing a group of young people and trying to influence them to do something. There among them was a man who knew me a little better than others.

For him to demonstrate that he truly knew me, he announced to other young people around him that I was not just good at public speaking, but a magician who was using black power to speak and convince people. Hahahaahahaha (laugh), don’t mind the young guy. Here is it. If you want to make a crowd of people listen to you, use eye contact. Not just a big crowd. Whether you’re speaking with 30 or three people, make sure you look into their eyes. Looking at the people’s eyes presents you as a confident and lovely person. Who on Earth doesn’t like confident person? That’s the second major lesson in this book; Make Eye Contact When You Speak With People. Ok. Listen to this! Did you ever see Donald Trump’s hand shake? Look at these pictures (pause here for about 3 seconds). Don’t mind that tough guy and don’t overdo it like him. The point here is, people perceived you as weak, if your handshake is weak. When next you want to shake hands, make it as firm as this (about 2 seconds pause). That’s the third major lesson inside this book; Let Your Handshakes Be Firm. When last did you see a group of young people arguing about football? In my part of the world, football and political arguments waste more time than any other thing, except the TV. By the way, do you know that TV set makes more people poor than any invention in human history? That by the way is for another day. Back to the point in this book; you can’t win an argument. The reason is very simple. When people make up their minds about something, they are blind to the other side of the coin. Do you think Ronaldo is better than Messi? Maybe you shouldn’t argue with a fan of Messi. Do you think Donald Trump is a Racist? Maybe you shouldn’t argue that with a Racist like him. The best you can get from the argument is bitterness and hatred. Now you remember the last time you hated someone after a hot argument, right? Don’t do it again. Discuss, Don’t Argue.

Before I share the 5th major lesson in this book, let me remind you that this video may be of value to some of your friends on social media. Why won’t you share it with them. Also don’t forget to subscribe to our channel and turn on the notification because we’ll help you to read all of the best books in the world, under 7 minutes. Thank you for joining us. Now to the 5th major lesson. Over the years I’ve made it my habit to appreciate my team and employees, even for small excellent performance or behavior. Thanks to Dale Carnegie. You see, we all love to be appreciated and in return, we are willing to do more of what we receive appreciation for. You want your kids to do more of something. Maybe you should appreciate them for doing a little of it. You want your wife to do more of something? I suggest you appreciate her for doing even a little of it. You need to bribe your employer or team to do something? While waste money when you can use appreciation. Hahahaha (laugh) just don’t mind the silly me. But you get the point, don’t you? No one loves to be criticized, so if you need to criticized anyone, maybe you should make it private or appreciate his good deeds before you point your dirty fingers at him. That’s the 5th major point in this book; Use Overdose of Appreciation for Everyone Around You and you can influence them. If you love this summary, our team will be VERY happy if you can like this video and share it with your friends on social media. You can look at the description box to download my free business book which I call The 13 Secrets School Did Not Teach You about How to Be Rich and look at the screen now to click the next video we recommend for you. We Love You! how to make friends and influence people by Dale can AG in my second year in college I decided to contest for a political office on campus in my part of the world that was a big deal as you become a famous leader of thousands of students there were about five of us in the race including the incumbent of the office we were running for I couldn’t believe it I had about eighty-five percent of the entire votes how did I do it few months before I ran for this campus political office I read how to win friends and influence people and one of the major points in this book is remember people’s name which I practiced so well by calling people by your names when you call people by their names they simply see you as their friends and love you for it if tomorrow you asked for their heads they joyfully give you a silly me but seriously people can die for you if they like you and one of the best ways to make people like you is by calling them by your names that’s the first major lesson in this book call people by their names by the way if this is your first time on our channel consider subscribing because we will help you to read all the world’s best business books on there 7 minutes now let’s move to point to over a decade ago I was addressing a group of young people and trying to influence them to do something then among them was a man who knew me a little better than others for him to demonstrate that he truly knew me he announced to other young people around him that I was not just good at public speaking but a magician who was using black power to speak and convince people don’t mind the young guy here is it if you want to make a crowd of people listened to you use eye contact not just a big crowd where they are speaking to 30 or 3 people make sure you look into their eyes looking at people’s eyes present you as a confident and lovely person who on earth doesn’t like a confident person that’s the second major lesson in this book make eye contact when you Peke with people okay listen to this did you ever see Donald Trump’s handshake look at this pictures don’t mind that soft guy and don’t overdo it like him the point here is people perceive you as weak if your handshake is weak when next you want to shake hands make it firm as this that’s the third major lesson inside this book let your handshakes be firm when last did you see a group of young people arguing about football in my part of the world football and political arguments waste more time than any other thing except the TV by the way do you know that TV sets make more people poor than any invention in human history that by the way is for another day back to the point in this book you can’t win an argument the reason is very simple when people make up your minds about something they are blind to the other side of the coin do you think Ronaldo is better than Messi maybe you shouldn’t argue with a fan of Messi do you think Donald Trump is a racist maybe you shouldn’t argue with a racist like him the best you can get from the argument is bitterness and hatred now you remember the last time you hated someone after a hot argument right don’t do it again disgust don’t argue before I share the fifth major lesson in this book let me remind you that this video may be of value to some of your friends on social media why wouldn’t you share it with them also don’t forget to subscribe to our Channel and turn on the notification because will help you to read all the best books in the world on there 7 minutes thank you for joining us now to the fifth major lesson over the years I made it my habit to appreciate my team and employees even for small excellent performance or behavior thanks to the old Kenny G you see we all love to be appreciated and in return we are willing to do more of what we receive appreciation for you want your kids to do more of something maybe you should appreciate them for doing a little of it you want your wife to do more of something I suggest you appreciate her for doing even little of it you need to bribe your employer or team to do something why waste money when you can use appreciation don’t mind silly me but you get the point don’t you no one loves to be criticized so if you need to criticize anyone maybe you should make it private or appreciate his good deeds before you point your dirty fingers at him that’s the fifth major point in this book use overdose of appreciation for everyone around you and you can influence them if you love this summary our team will be very happy if you can like this video and share it with your friends on social media you can look at the description box to download my free business book which I call the 13 secrets school did not teach you about how to be rich and look at the screen now to click the next video we recommend for you we love you

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