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Carnegie didn't really write much in this book.
am 12. Februar 2010
Read for the course I'm creating, this book has about seven or eight gems of advice. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately, for those who like such stuff) Carnegie lards the book up with anecdotes. Anecdotes may illustrate how the principle helped a single person, but even three or four (or ten or twenty) do not prove that a principle is valid.
Carnegie didn't really write much in this book.... instead he just published stories of people and how they stopped worrying. Quick read, considering you only need to read the beginning of each chapter and the main points at the end to grasp what you need to stop worrying.