There are four ways, and only four ways, in which we have contact with the world. We are evaluated and classified by these four contacts: what we do, how we look, what we say, and how we say it. Quote from Dale Carnegie
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What is it like to wake up in the morning and know that no matter what obstacles occurred, you will overcome them? What is it like to feel that no matter what anyone said to you, your identity is not shaken? What does it feel like to reap the rewards of having others cherish you for your true worth and vice versa? When you have high self-esteem, all of this and more are possible.
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No. 4: How to Story Worrying and Start Living, by Dale Carnegie

Dale Carnegie's self-help book, 'How to Story Worrying and Start Living', has landed at No. 4 on our list of the Top 100 self-help books of all time.

Classic Self-Help BooksHow to Stop Worrying and Start Living (1948), by Dale Carnegie. From self-help’s founding father, Dale Carnegie, “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living” grew out of Carnegie’s own unhappiness with his station in life — with the author even calling his former self “one of the unhappiest lads in New York.” Tired of making himself sick with worry, he decided he was going to figure out a way to eliminate worry from his life. Much like his first book, “

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Other Books by Dale Carnegie

1) 'How To Enjoy Your Life And Your Job', by Dale Carnegie. Enjoying your life and your job requires that you think about the people around you as well as yourself. In his book, 'How to Enjoy Your Life And Your Job', Carnegie argues that too many of us try to present an image of ourselves to others that doesn't really represent who we are. 'Nobody wants a phoney,' Carnegie writes. 'Nobody ever wants a counterfeit coin'. How To Enjoy Your Life And Your Job, by Dale Carnegie.

2) 'How to Win Friends and Influence People', by Dale Carnegie. The first self-help book in the genre’s history, ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People’ hit shelves in 1936. It’s become a classic selling some 15 million copies. Why? It answers questions about one of our deepest insecurities: How can we get people to like us? Carnegie’s short answer: understand that the people around you love to talk about themselves. Get interested in them, and they’ll be interested in you. How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie.

3) 'How to Develop Self-Confidence And Influence People By Public Speaking', by Dale Carnegie. By digging into the reasons behind our fears of public speaking, Dale Carnegie's book, 'How to Develop Self-Confidence And Influence People By Public Speaking' teaches us to have the confidence when need when speaking in front of large groups. Carnegie teaches readers to prepare almost every aspect of a speech, then to use imagery to draw pictures for the audience rather than telling them what they ought to see. Freedom in Exile: The Autobiography of Dale Carnegie, by Dale Carnegie.

4) 'The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking', by Dale Carnegie. Without the ability to communicate effectively and with enthusiasm, it's likely that the only people who will ever hear your ideas are you and your family. In order to succeed with public speaking, you've got to develop a sense of self-confidence that will be communicated through your words. Not only will your ideas be more readily accepted, your statue within your company will go up, too. The more you care about what you're talking about, the better you're goind to do. Buddha: The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking, by Dale Carnegie.

5) 'The Leader in You', by Dale Carnegie. Dale Carnegie's most powerful book on finance, business and money, "The Leader in You," focuses on helping you succeed in business endeavors. Largely an elaboration on "How to Win Friends and Influence People", the book urges leaders to eliminate the notion that they sit atop a pyramid of power, but rather their successs is dependent on the people they've surrounded themselves with. When leaders focus on making their employees want the company to succeed, their business will undergo a fundamental change – one that's radically better. The Leader in You, by Dale Carnegie.

5) 'Lincoln the Unknown', by Dale Carnegie. One of Dale Carnegie's rarest books, 'Lincoln the Unknown' is also one of his most compulsively readable books. A biography of the 16th President of the United States, the book focuses on the inner life of Abraham Lincoln – how he felt like an imposter as the leader of his country, how he mourned deaths in the Civil War, and how his childhood always echoed back to him in life. "When I do good," Lincoln says in the book, "I feel good. When I do bad I feel bad, and that's my religion." Lincoln the Unknown, by Dale Carnegie.

Who is Dale Carnegie? A short biography at

Born to an impoverished farm family in Maryville, Missouri, Dale Carnegie would eventually become one of the most influential authors in modern history. Best known for his book, "How to Win Friends and Influence People," the title landed in bookstores in 1936, and quickly vaulted Carnegie into public consciousness. Carnegie discovered his passion for helping motivate people when faltering while leading a class for public speaking at a local YMCA. He had run out of materials, and – on a whim – he asked his students to talk about something that "angered them". Suddenly, their persona's changed, and their fear over public speaking evaporated. A watershed moment in Carnegie's career, the experience taught him that there are specific techniques we can use to motivate ourselves and improve almost every aspect of our lives.

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