How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, Paperback Book, By: Dale Carnegie
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Dale Carnegie, quoting his personal life wherein he found himself under-satisfied in a lot of situations, has synthesized his experiences and self-help messages in his book How To Stop Worrying And Start Living. The book has not just grabbed one of the most unavoidable issues in everyone's daily life 'worry', but has parallelly provided a commentary of Carnegie's exploration with how one can proceed to learn keeping worry away.
It is a very intelligently knit book that would keep the reader involved in self-applying thoughts while reading the book and an urge to come back to explore more as they take a halt. The target of the book is to help readers understand what suits their respective lives best to help them reframe it in a constructive manner, subtracting worry from it and how they could focus on living each day with joy and contentment. Readers would appreciate the connect Carnegie has built by taking examples of real nuances and implications one potentially faces, that result into the vital worry. Through How To Stop Worrying And Start Living,
Carnegie affirms the statement that most problems are related to nerves and constructive thinking might be something that helps keep nerves in control. But how to modulate mind to constructive thinking is what makes this book an important read. The book doesn't look like a compilation of sermons at any point and keeps the readers engaged by involving magic formulae to keep worry away and questions the readers would enjoy answering, while simultaneously absorbing the messages Carnegie targets to give. It has seven sections woven in a systematic manner to help one identify the reasons to worry, how to push negativity away, what to chase in order to recover. It has many such key points one would consider to bookmark. RHUK publications brought this book to the readers in 304 pages in paperback.
About the author:
Dale Carnegie has been primarily involved in famous matters like self-improvement, public speaking and variant interpersonal skills. His book How To Win Friends And Influence People has been a towering bestseller and got him a national following. Well known for his influential writing, Dale had been a lecturer as well, giving training and courses on human relations and skills for effective speaking.
- Books Author: Dale Carnegie
- Number Of Pages: 400
- Language: English
- Publisher: Penguin General
- Books Category: Self-Help
- Book Format: Paperback
- Books_ISBN: 91906415
- Other Feature 2: Weight: 212 grams
- Other Feature 3: Size: 110 x 178 x 25mm
- Publication Date: October 01, 2004