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The book 'How to stop worrying & start living' suggest many ways to conquer worry and lead a wonderful life. The book mentions fundamental facts to know about worry and magic formula for solving worry-some situations. Psychologists & Doctors' view: Worry can make even the most stolid person ill. Worry may cause nervous breakdown. Worry can even cause tooth decay Worry is one of The book 'How to stop worrying & start living' suggest many ways to conquer worry and lead a wonderful life. The book mentions fundamental facts to know about worry and magic formula for solving worry-some situations. Psychologists & Doctors' view: Worry can make even the most stolid person ill. Worry may cause nervous breakdown. Worry can even cause tooth decay Worry is one of the factors for High Blood Pressure. Worry makes you tense and nervous and affect the nerves of your stomach. The book suggests basic techniques in analysing worry, step by step, in order to cope up with them. A very interesting feature of the book is 'How to eliminate 50% of your business worries'. The book offers 7 ways to cultivate a mental attitude that will bring you peace and happiness. Also, the golden rule for conquering worry, keeping your energy & spirits high. The book consists of some True Stories which will help the readers in conquering worry to lead you to success in life. The book is full of similar incidences and narrations which will make our readers to understand the situation in an easy way and lead a happy life. A must read book for everyone.


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The book 'How to stop worrying & start living' suggest many ways to conquer worry and lead a wonderful life. The book mentions fundamental facts to know about worry and magic formula for solving worry-some situations. Psychologists & Doctors' view: Worry can make even the most stolid person ill. Worry may cause nervous breakdown. Worry can even cause tooth decay Worry is one of The book 'How to stop worrying & start living' suggest many ways to conquer worry and lead a wonderful life. The book mentions fundamental facts to know about worry and magic formula for solving worry-some situations. Psychologists & Doctors' view: Worry can make even the most stolid person ill. Worry may cause nervous breakdown. Worry can even cause tooth decay Worry is one of the factors for High Blood Pressure. Worry makes you tense and nervous and affect the nerves of your stomach. The book suggests basic techniques in analysing worry, step by step, in order to cope up with them. A very interesting feature of the book is 'How to eliminate 50% of your business worries'. The book offers 7 ways to cultivate a mental attitude that will bring you peace and happiness. Also, the golden rule for conquering worry, keeping your energy & spirits high. The book consists of some True Stories which will help the readers in conquering worry to lead you to success in life. The book is full of similar incidences and narrations which will make our readers to understand the situation in an easy way and lead a happy life. A must read book for everyone.

30 review for How to Stop Worrying and Start Living (Dale Carnegie's Self-help Classics)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sanjay Gautam

    "Acceptance of what has happened is the first step to overcoming the consequences of any misfortune." This book (along with other books by Dale Carnegie) can be life-changing. The book takes the incessant problem of worry, head on. It says that of all the liars in the world most of the time it's our own fears and worries. Worry doesn't take away your troubles but it do take away your peace, that's the main message of the book. He starts very scientifically by searching the causes behind the w "Acceptance of what has happened is the first step to overcoming the consequences of any misfortune." This book (along with other books by Dale Carnegie) can be life-changing. The book takes the incessant problem of worry, head on. It says that of all the liars in the world most of the time it's our own fears and worries. Worry doesn't take away your troubles but it do take away your peace, that's the main message of the book. He starts very scientifically by searching the causes behind the worry, by taking many case studies. The advice given in the book are really helpful. Its a classic book that must be read if you are in depression and want to come out of it. Carnegie wrote this book into eight parts. PART I: Fundamental facts you should know about worry. Often we worry because we take the burden of both the past and the future with us today. That makes the situation look much more difficult. What we should do is to focus just on today.To solve worry situations, there are three steps you should do. First, ask yourself “what is the worst that could happen?”. Second, be willing to accept the worst if necessary. Third, calmly try to fix the situation you have accepted. PART II: Basic Techniques in Analyzing Worry. To overcome worrying, you should know how to analyze and solve worry problems. You can do that by finding and collecting all the facts, analyzing those facts, making a decision, and act on it. We usually worry about something we are uncertain about. Once we get everything clear, we can see what we should do about it. PART III: How to Break the Worry Habit Before it Breaks You. There is one simple way to crowd worry out of your mind: make yourself busy. When our mind is occupied with work, we won’t have time to worry. I think it applies not only to worry, but to all kinds of negative thoughts as well. We will greatly decrease their influence if we are busy doing something constructive. Often we aren’t happy because we try to change things we can’t change. One should learn to identify those things and accept them. PART IV: Ways to Cultivate a Mental Attitude That Will Bring You Peace and Happiness. There is a “magic” way to cure depression: make other people happy. If you focus on how to make others happy, you will inevitable make yourself happy. The less you think about yourself, the more you will be happy. One more important Rule: Instead of worrying about ingratitude, let expect it. PART V: The Perfect Way to Conquer Worry. Carnegie wrote in his book that one day when his father returned from Maryville, where the banker had threatened to foreclose the mortgage, he stopped his horses on a bridge crossing a river, got off the wagon, and stood for a long time looking down at the water, debating with himself whether he should jump in and end it all. Years later, Carnegie Sr. told him that the only reason he didn’t jump was because of his mother’s deep, abiding, and joyous belief that if we loved God and kept His commandments everything would come out all right. His Mother was right. Everything did come out all right in the end. His Father lived forty-two happy years longer, and died in 1941, at the age of eighty-nine. PART VI: How to Keep From Worrying About Criticism. Do your work as good as possible and then open your umbrella so that the rain of criticisms won’t touch you. Once I’ve done my best, I can be happy no matter what people say. One of the best teachers is your own experience. You can learn from it by taking notes of the fool things you have done and criticize yourself. If you constantly do this, you will constantly improve yourself. PART VII: 6 Ways to Prevent Fatigue and Worry and Keep Your Energy and Spirits High. Dale Carnegie listed down the following six ways in his book: Rest before you get tired; Learn to relax at your work; Learn to relax at home; Apply good working habits (clear your desk of all papers except those relating to the immediate problem at hand; do things in the order of their importance; when you face a problem, solve it then and there if you have the facts necessary to make a decision; and learn to organize, deputize, and supervise); To prevent worry and fatigue, put enthusiasm into your work; and Remember that no one was ever killed by lack of sleep. It is worrying about insomnia that does the damage – not the insomnia itself. If you can’t sleep, get up and work or read until you do feel sleepy. While it may seem counter intuitive, one of the best ways to increase your productivity is to take rest regularly. Take rest before you feel tired. Doing this simple thing will energize yourself throughout the day and enable you to accomplish more. Learning to banish boredom is essential for happiness. An effective way to do that is by making what you do interesting. Even things that look boring can be made interesting if you are creative. PART VIII: “How I Conquered Worry”. This part contains many stories of individuals who applied the principles outlined in previous parts. There are also some new tips that haven’t been covered before. ..................................................................... Reading How to Stop Worrying and Start Living is like reading centuries’ worth of wisdom in one book. Highly Recommended!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ahmad Sharabiani

    How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, Dale Carnegie How to Stop Worrying and Start Living is a self-help book by Dale Carnegie. It was first printed in Great Britain in 1948 by Richard Clay (The Chaucer Press), Ltd. The book's goal is to lead the reader to a more enjoyable and fulfilling life, helping them to become more aware of, not only themselves, but others around them. Carnegie tries to address the everyday nuances of living, in order to get the reader to focus on the more important aspects How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, Dale Carnegie How to Stop Worrying and Start Living is a self-help book by Dale Carnegie. It was first printed in Great Britain in 1948 by Richard Clay (The Chaucer Press), Ltd. The book's goal is to lead the reader to a more enjoyable and fulfilling life, helping them to become more aware of, not only themselves, but others around them. Carnegie tries to address the everyday nuances of living, in order to get the reader to focus on the more important aspects of life. It is now a world-famous, self-help book amongst many people. تاریخ نخستین خوانش: سال 1968میلادی، بار دوم: چهارم آگوست سال 2014میلادی عنوان 01: آیین زندگی: چگونه نگرانی و تشویش را از خود دور کنیم؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: جهانگیر افخمی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، زوار، امیرکبیر، 1327، در 287ص، چاپ هفتم، موضوع: اضطراب، ترجمه این مترجم در سالهای مختلف و ناشرین متفاوت بارها و بارها چاپ و نشر شده است، برای مثال با مشخصات نشر تهران، انعام، 1380، در 308ص، شابک 9645891027؛ و با مشخصات نشر تهران، ارمغان، 1382، در384ص، شابک 9645560012؛ چاپ سیزدهم، از ویراست دوم؛ موضوع آیین زندگی از نویسندگان ایالات متحده آمریکا - سده 20م عنوان 02: آیین زندگی؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: اردلان افخمی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، نوین، 1392، در 448ص، شابک 9786007160022؛ چاپ سیزدهم، از ویراست 2، موضوع: نگرانی، موفقیت، ترجمه این مترجم در سالهای مختلف و ناشرین متفاوت بارها و بارها چاپ و نشر شده است عنوان 03: آیین زندگی؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجمین: پروین قائمی؛ ریحانه جعفری؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، پیمان، 1389، در 368ص، چاپ دهم، موضوع: اضطراب، ترجمه این مترجم در سالهای مختلف و ناشرین متفاوت بارها و بارها چاپ و نشر شده است عنوان 04: آیین زندگی: چگونه بر فشارهای روحی و نگرانیها فایق آییم و زندگی را با نشاط آغاز کنیم؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: قدیر گلکاریان؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، طلایه، چاپ نخست 1385، در 367ص، شابک 9647751753؛ 9789647751759 ؛ عنوان دیگر غلبه بر نشویش و شروع زندگی؛ موضوع: نگرانی، موفقیت، ترجمه این مترجم در سالهای مختلف و ناشرین متفاوت بارها و بارها چاپ و نشر شده است عنوان 05: آیین زندگی: چگونه تشویش و نگرانی را از خود دور کنیم؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: م آذین فر؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، اسکندری، چاپ چهارم اردیبهشت 1348 و 1363، در 295ص، موضوع: نگرانی، ترجمه این مترجم در سالهای مختلف و ناشرین متفاوت بارها و بارها چاپ و نشر شده است عنوان 06: آیین زندگی؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: معصومه کریمی بخش؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، بهزاد، 1385، در 344ص، شابک 9645959942؛ موضوع: نگرانی، موفقیت، ترجمه این مترجم در سالهای مختلف و ناشرین متفاوت بارها و بارها چاپ و نشر شده است عنوان 07: آیین زندگی؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: سمیرا شاهمرادی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، نهال جوان، 1381، در 368ص، شابک 9649202107؛ موضوع: نگرانی، موفقیت، ترجمه این مترجم در سالهای مختلف و ناشرین متفاوت بارها و بارها چاپ و نشر شده است عنوان 08: آیین زندگی: چگونه تشویش و نگرانی را از خود دور کنیم؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: محمود امینی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، کتاب درمانی، 1386، در 368ص، شابک 9789647108669؛ موضوع: نگرانی، موفقیت، ترجمه این مترجم در سالهای مختلف و ناشرین متفاوت بارها و بارها چاپ و نشر شده است عنوان 09: آیین زندگی؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: هانیه حق نبی مطلق؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، سلسله مهر، 1387، در 367ص، شابک 9786009034802؛ موضوع: نگرانی، موفقیت، ترجمه این مترجم در سالهای مختلف و ناشرین متفاوت بارها و بارها چاپ و نشر شده است عنوان 10: آیین زندگی؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: سوزان خدیو؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، سپهر ادب، نیک فرجام، 1387، در 304ص، شابک 9789649923239؛ موضوع: نگرانی، موفقیت، ترجمه این مترجم در سالهای مختلف و ناشرین متفاوت بارها و بارها چاپ و نشر شده است عنوان 11: آیین زندگی؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: مهناز بهرنگی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، شبگیر، 1392، در 316ص، شابک 9786006774053؛ موضوع: نگرانی، موفقیت، نخستین بار در سال 1363 انتشارات اسکندری این ترجمه را چاپ کرده عنوان 12: آیین زندگی؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: مرضیه صادقی زاده؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، مهرآمین، 1389، در 304ص، شابک 9789645751768؛ موضوع: نگرانی، موفقیت، ترجمه این مترجم در سالهای مختلف و ناشرین متفاوت بارها و بارها چاپ و نشر شده است عنوان 13: آیین زندگی؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: حمید آقاشاهی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، شیرمحمدی، 1389، در 368ص، شابک: 9789647678742؛ عنوان 14: آیین زندگی؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: المیرا امیری ثوری؛ جلیل دهمشکی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، آدینه سبز، 1393، در 340ص، شابک 9786006745275؛ عنوان 15: آیین زندگی: چگونه تشویش و نگرانی را از خود دور کنیم؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: محسن علی مددی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، پگاه، 1369، در 344ص؛ عنوان 16: آیین زندگی: چگونه اضطراب و نگرانی را از خود دور کرده زندگی آرامی را آغاز کنیم؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: سوسن اردکانی (شاهین)؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، جاویدان، 1369، در 492ص؛ عنوان 17: آیین زندگی: چگونه تشویش و نگرانی را از خود دور کنیم روشهای آزمایش شده برای غلبه بر نگرانی؛ نویسنده دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم میترا کیوانمهر؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، علم، 1385، در 462ص، شابک 9644056191؛ عنوان 18: آیین زندگی: چگونه تشویش و نگرانی را از خود دور کنیم؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: حسام الدین امامی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، صفار، 1378، در 440ص، شابک 9645973384؛ عنوان 19: آیین زندگی: راههای غلبه بر تشویش و نگرانی: نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم محمدرضا اکبری بیرقی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، اردیبهشت، 1373، در 336ص، شابک: 9646062008؛ عنوان 20: آیین زندگی یا راز و رمز خوشبختی: چگونه میتوان با غلبه بر تشویش و نگرانی، زن‍دگ‍ی‌ س‍ع‍ادت‌ب‍ار و خ‍ال‍ی‌ از دل‍ه‍ره‌ و ک‍ام‍ی‍اب‌ و پ‍ی‍روز داش‍ت‌؛ نویسنده: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: علیرضا نعمتی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، افشار، 1369، در 209ص؛ این عنوانها تنها با «آیین زندگی» شروع میشدند، این کتاب با عنوانهای فارسی دیگری نیز چاپ و نشر شده است، امید که روزی بتوانم همه ی عنوانها و مترجمین این اثر را یکجا گردآورم و تقدیم خوانشگران کنم عنوان 21: راههای مقابله با نگرانی و اضطراب (زندگی در همین لحظه) دیروز مرده و فردا هنوز متولد نشده است؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم شیرین هاشمی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، هورمزد، 1389، در 340ص، شابک 9786005361131، چاپ دوم 1392؛ تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 11/03/1400هجری خورشیدی؛ ا. شربیانی

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ujjawal Sureka

    Genre: Self-improvement. Publication Date: 1948 This book is the need of the hour. The author has spoken about how worries at personal and business levels has affected an individual and how it has been a reason for the development of certain disease that could have been avoided. He narrates numerous examples of how people, when in dire situations, some unimaginable, were able to cope with their miseries and turn their negative condition to a positive one. Few of the points worth mentioning from the Genre: Self-improvement. Publication Date: 1948 This book is the need of the hour. The author has spoken about how worries at personal and business levels has affected an individual and how it has been a reason for the development of certain disease that could have been avoided. He narrates numerous examples of how people, when in dire situations, some unimaginable, were able to cope with their miseries and turn their negative condition to a positive one. Few of the points worth mentioning from the book are: - We should be so incredibly busy in whatever we can do, so that we don't get any time to dwell, it maybe our work, socialising, singing, working out, dancing you know or lost in art. We must pick stuff to do and get going. - We must help the ones that need us and express gratitude where ever we can, for that increases our contentment with life. - Rest before you get tired. - On reading the book, we realise how futile it is to spend time worrying on anything, for what we can control we should improvise and what we cannot, we should just let go. - It has helped me gain perspective and at times help me lower my own worries. - If we can learn to enjoy the mundane that causes boredom, we will be able to live a more fuller life of lesser worry and fatigue and perhaps stumble across something beautiful. - Its worth a read and hope it helps you too.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Karolina

    I think the problem with this book is that it's mostly based on persuasive voice. Once the effects of that wear off, it's hard to be convinced to change an ingrained habit. Although, what helps is a desperation to do so. There are many examples in this book, but very little "this is why it works". Even more so, the further you go into it, the more the author sounds like "What's the matter with you? Don't you see? Why don't you do this?"; and I think, if this were a person-to-person argument, that I think the problem with this book is that it's mostly based on persuasive voice. Once the effects of that wear off, it's hard to be convinced to change an ingrained habit. Although, what helps is a desperation to do so. There are many examples in this book, but very little "this is why it works". Even more so, the further you go into it, the more the author sounds like "What's the matter with you? Don't you see? Why don't you do this?"; and I think, if this were a person-to-person argument, that's the least effective attitude to take on convincing someone to change something. If one can't get over that tone and recognize their own need, they won't get very much out of this. Dale Carnegie says he was a salesman at some point, and this shows in the way he speaks in his writing. As we get exposed to more and more commercial approaches in daily life, it makes this approach aged - we know better than to listen to every salesman, no matter how convincing he can be. There needs to be more `meat`on what he says in this book, regardless of that it is true wisdom. He is too proud of his abilities to persuade, and relies mainly on this, over good information. He sounds more like a nagging mother. Really, what determines the quality of such a book is: did this actually help, and how effectively? Not the language, voice, or nice examples. For me, it has not swayed me in a profound way that would cause me to change, and I feel like there is still a lot of labour left on my part.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marnette Falley

    The advice Carnegie gives is all stuff you've heard before, but he pairs it with compelling stories about people who've taken the worrying to an extreme and who've totally turned their lives around by ditching their angst. Some of my favorite points: Fatigue comes from stress, not from work. Becoming wise is a path. As you go, remember that compassionate, considered responses make life more manageable. Contented life is a choice. The advice Carnegie gives is all stuff you've heard before, but he pairs it with compelling stories about people who've taken the worrying to an extreme and who've totally turned their lives around by ditching their angst. Some of my favorite points: Fatigue comes from stress, not from work. Becoming wise is a path. As you go, remember that compassionate, considered responses make life more manageable. Contented life is a choice.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tim

    Fundamental Facts You Should Know About Worry Rule 1 - If you want to avoid worry, do what Sir William Osler did" Live in "day-tight compartments." Don't stew about the future. Just live each day until bedtime. Rule 2 - The next time Trouble - with a Capital T - backs you up in a corner, try the magic formula of Willis H. Carrier: a. Ask yourself, "What is the worst that can possibly happen if I can't solve my problem?" b. Prepare yourself mentally to accept the worst - if necessary. c. Then calmly t Fundamental Facts You Should Know About Worry Rule 1 - If you want to avoid worry, do what Sir William Osler did" Live in "day-tight compartments." Don't stew about the future. Just live each day until bedtime. Rule 2 - The next time Trouble - with a Capital T - backs you up in a corner, try the magic formula of Willis H. Carrier: a. Ask yourself, "What is the worst that can possibly happen if I can't solve my problem?" b. Prepare yourself mentally to accept the worst - if necessary. c. Then calmly try to improve upon the worst - which you have already mentally agreed to accept. Rule 3 - Remind yourself of the exorbitant price you can pay for worry in terms of your health. "Those who do not know how to fight worry die young." Basic Techniques in Analyzing Worry Rule 1 - Get the facts. Remember that Dean Hakes of Columbia University said that "half the worry in the world is caused by people trying to make decisions before they have sufficient knowledge on which to base a decision. Rule 2 - After carefully weighing all the facts, come to a decision. Rule 3 - Once a decision is carefully reached, act! Get busy carrying out your decision - and dismiss all anxiety about the outcome. Rule 4 - When you or any of your associates, are tempted to worry about a problem, write out and and answer the following questions: a. What is the problem? b. What is the cause of the problem? c. What are all the possible solutions? d. What is the best solution? How to Break the Worry Habit Before It Breaks You Rule 1 - Crowd worry out of your mind by keeping busy. Plenty of action is one of the best therapies ever devised for curing the "wibber gibbers." Rule 2 - Don't fuss about trifles. Don't permit little things - the mere termites of life - to ruin your happiness. Rule 3 - Use the law of averages to outlaw your worries. Ask yourself: "What are the odds against this thing's happening at all?" Rule 4 - Cooperate with the inevitable. If you know a circumstance is beyond your power to change or revise, say to yourself: "It is so; it cannot be otherwise." Rule 5 - Put a "stop-loss" order on your worries. Decide just how much anxiety a thing may be worth - and refuse to give it any more. Rule 6 - Let the past bury its dead. Don't saw sawdust. Seven Ways to Cultivate a Mental Attitude That Will Bring You Peace and Happiness Rule 1 - Let's fill our minds with thoughts of peace, courage, health, and hope, for "our life is what our thoughts make of it." Rule 2 - Let's never try to get even with our enemies, because if we do we will hurt ourselves far more than we hurt them. Let's do as General Eisenhower does: let's never waste a minute thinking about people we don't like. Rule 3 - A. Instead of worrying about ingratitude, let's expect it. Let's remember that Jesus healed ten lepers in one day - and only one thanked Him. Why should we expect more gratitude than Jesus got? B. Let's remember that the only way to find happiness is not to expect gratitude - but to give for the joy of giving. C. Let's remember that gratitude is a "cultivated" trait; so if we want our children to be grateful, we must train them to be grateful. Rule 4 - Count your blessings - not your troubles! Rule 5 - Let's not imitate others. Let's find ourselves to be ourselves, for "envy is ignorance" and "imitation is suicide." Rule 6 - When fate hands us a lemon, let's try to make lemonade. Rule 7 - Let's forget our own unhappiness - by trying to create a little happiness for others. "When you are good to others, you are the best to yourself." How to Keep from Worrying about Criticism Rule 1 - Unjust criticism is often a disguised compliment. It often means that you have aroused jealousy and envy. Remember that no one ever kicks a dead dog. Rule 2 - Do the very best you can; and then put up your umbrella and keep the rain of criticism from running down the back of your neck. Rule 3 - Let's keep a record of the fool things we have done and criticize ourselves. Since we can't hope to be perfect, let's do what E. H. Little did: let's ask for unbiased, helpful, constructive criticism. Six Ways to Prevent Fatigue and Worry and Keep Your Energy and Spirits High Rule 1 - Rest before you get tired. Rule 2 - Learn to relax at your work. Rule 3 - Learn to relax at home. Rule 4 - Apply these four good working habits: a. Clear your desk of all papers except those relating to the immediate problem at hand. b. Do things in the order of their importance. c. When you face a problem, solve it then and there if you have facts necessary to make a decision. d. Learn to organize, deputize, and supervise. Rule 5 - To prevent worry and fatigue, put enthusiasm into your work. Rule 6 - Remember, no one was ever killed by lack of sleep. It is worrying about insomnia that does the damage - not the insomnia.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Chhun

    I was so blue that I didn't have nice shoes to wear, and it was until I met a man on the wheelchair at the corner of the street. He didn't even have both legs. I helped him buy drink from the vending machine. I asked him if he was upset of sitting on the wheelchair every day. He smiled to me, "I used to be, but not now". "Do you think I can speak?", he asked me. That was a strange question. "We are talking right now", I replied unconsciously. "Do you think I can see you?", he continued. He made I was so blue that I didn't have nice shoes to wear, and it was until I met a man on the wheelchair at the corner of the street. He didn't even have both legs. I helped him buy drink from the vending machine. I asked him if he was upset of sitting on the wheelchair every day. He smiled to me, "I used to be, but not now". "Do you think I can speak?", he asked me. That was a strange question. "We are talking right now", I replied unconsciously. "Do you think I can see you?", he continued. He made me wild with his nonsense question. I was about to shout at him to stop playing these crazy questions with me, but I didn't. "I don't think you are also blind, aren't you?", I talked to him loudly. He suddenly smiled to me. "You see, now I can talk to a handsome boy like you, I can see my beautiful world of love and joy, I can listen to my favorite music, so how lucky you think I am". Chill ran through my spine as soon as I heard these words. "How lucky you are", I repeated. "What about me? Am I lucky?", I said to myself in my head. I even have my both legs walking on this soft earth. "And then what the hell I'm worried about?"......."Without nice shoes?" I laughed at myself. He totally changed my life, changed the way I'm thinking and used to think. No matter what happens, I'm still a lucky man on the planet. Thank you, Dale Carnegie!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amit Mishra

    Some books are evergreen whenever you turn their pages you will find something new. This book is time tested and paved the way for millions of people to live their life happily. I love reading Dale Carnegie due to his writing styles. He makes everything quiet and clear. His language is pretty easy and elaboration is lucid and detailed. The book 'How to stop worrying and start living' is a masterpiece by him. He has shown some practical steps in the way of becoming a person free from fear and non Some books are evergreen whenever you turn their pages you will find something new. This book is time tested and paved the way for millions of people to live their life happily. I love reading Dale Carnegie due to his writing styles. He makes everything quiet and clear. His language is pretty easy and elaboration is lucid and detailed. The book 'How to stop worrying and start living' is a masterpiece by him. He has shown some practical steps in the way of becoming a person free from fear and non-sense worries. It totally depends on us whether we want to live happily or we want to become sad. Of course, there is a certain step in the process of achieving a worry-free life. But the basics reamins the same all the time. And the author has only reflected those basics in a clear manner.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Vaishali

    "Remember : today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday." Just re-read this fantastic classic over the past few days, and thank goodness I did. And thank you for your pioneering work, Mr. Carnegie <3 Other quotes : ----------- “Work creates mental relaxation.” “It is difficult to worry if you’re doing something that requires planning and thinking.” “I went from room to room in the house, compiling a lot of jobs to be done. Scores of items needed to be repaired… I am so busy now that I have no t "Remember : today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday." Just re-read this fantastic classic over the past few days, and thank goodness I did. And thank you for your pioneering work, Mr. Carnegie <3 Other quotes : ----------- “Work creates mental relaxation.” “It is difficult to worry if you’re doing something that requires planning and thinking.” “I went from room to room in the house, compiling a lot of jobs to be done. Scores of items needed to be repaired… I am so busy now that I have no time for worry.” “I am too busy. I have no time for worry.” - Winston Churchill “Ninety-nine percent of the things I’ve worried about actually never happened.” “…Lloyds of London has made countless millions of dollars on the tendency of everybody to worry about things that rarely happen… They don’t call it betting, they call it insurance. But it really is betting, based on the law of averages.” “Before I learned to conquer worry, I lived through 11 years of self-made hell.” “Those who do not know how to fight worry, die young.” “I began to place a stop-loss order on every type of annoyance that came to me… on my temper… my regrets… on all my emotional strains.” “A man is what he thinks about all day long. How could he be anything else?” - Emerson “I now know with a conviction beyond all doubt that the biggest problem you and I have to deal with - in fact almost the only problem we have to deal with - is choosing the right thoughts.” “An angry man is full of poison.” - Confucius “It is natural for people to forget to be grateful… Instead of worrying about ingratitude, let’s expect it. Let’s remember that Jesus healed 10 lepers in one day, and only 1 thanked him. Why should we expect more gratitude then Jesus got ?” “I saw a man who had no legs… He greeted me with a fine smile… If he can be cheerful, happy, and confident without legs, I certainly can with legs… Why don’t you stop right now and ask yourself ‘What in the hell am I worrying about?’ You will probably find that it is comparatively unimportant and insignificant.” “Always be yourself… Nobody is so miserable as he who longs to be somebody other than the person he is in body and mind.” “You and I have such abilities, so let’s stop worrying that we are not like others. You are something new in this world. Never before since the beginning of time has there ever been anybody exactly like you, and never again for all the ages to come will there be anybody exactly like you ever again.” “Men do not die from overwork. They die from dissipation and worry. … from dissipation of their energies and worry because they never seem to get their work done.” “The first requisite for a good night’s sleep is a feeling of security. We need to feel that some power, greater than ourselves, will take care of us until morning… One of the best sleep producing agents which my years of practice have revealed to me is prayer. I say this purely as a medical man.” “Talk to your body.” “Rest before you get tired.” “To prevent worry and fatigue, put enthusiasm into your work.” "I only know that today, 17 years after leaving the Sahara, I still maintain that happy resignation to the inevitable... When the fierce burning winds take control of our lives and we cannot prevent them, let us accept the inevitable, and then get busy and pick up the pieces." "...I live every day now as if it's the first day I would have ever seen, and the last I were going to see. I am excited about the daily adventure of living, and nobody in a state of excitement will be unduly troubled by worries... One of the chief reasons for success in life is enthusiasm." "...When I was terribly depressed, I forced myself to become physically active almost every hour of the day... I'm a great believer in working up a tremendous sweat. I found that depression and worry oozed out of my system this way." "Two months from now, I shall not be worrying about this, so why worry about it now? Why not assume now the same attitude I will have 2 months from now?" "...I have lived; they only existed.... I know things they will never know. It is only the women whose eyes have been washed clear with tears who get the broad vision that makes them little sisters to all the world.... I have acquired a sense of humor... when a woman can joke over troubles instead of be in hysterics, nothing much can ever hurt her again." - Dorothy Dix .

  10. 4 out of 5

    Faye*

    This simply wasn't my cup of tea. After the first 2-3 more or less helpful tips, it feels like all we get is a many (many!) stories from individuals, who - through a sudden epiphany - learned how to overcome worry and were cured of various deceases (stomach ulcers were a big favourite) and suddenly led a happy, fulfilled life. At the end of the book, my main impression was not that of a guide through worrying times and of sound advice but of the author hammering home his message of "do not worry This simply wasn't my cup of tea. After the first 2-3 more or less helpful tips, it feels like all we get is a many (many!) stories from individuals, who - through a sudden epiphany - learned how to overcome worry and were cured of various deceases (stomach ulcers were a big favourite) and suddenly led a happy, fulfilled life. At the end of the book, my main impression was not that of a guide through worrying times and of sound advice but of the author hammering home his message of "do not worry! do not worry!" without anything more than anecdotal evidence. Three other points that did not sit well with me but were surely due to my (and the author's) personal backgrounds: 1) This book was written in the 1930s and it showed. It felt a rather sexist to me at times. 2) The author kept referring to many people that may or may not have been famous at the time. Personally, as a non-American, I only knew about two or three of the "celebrities" he mentioned by name and by whose stories or opinions we should have been inspired. It just did not feel legitimate. Much like I were writing a book and quoting my friends and their anecdotes as "evidence". It's not only dubious but boring. 3) The author's faith. Regardless of whether I believe in God or not, there simply was too much emphasis on how everything will sort itself out if we just believe in and rely on God. "If you're so worried that you've made yourself sick with stomach ulcers and insomnia or even cancer, just stop. Stop worrying and trust in God and everything will sort itself out!" Uh, no. I don't buy it. It's hard to explain myself here but this may have worked for me if it weren't about a third of the whole book, and been phrased in a more neutral manner. All that being said, I am aware that this is a self-help book not a physics textbook. Obviously, the evidence is going to be anecdotal but I still wasn't a fan of this.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Deepak Chaudhary

    Wow this book is really good and deserves to be read a few times over your lifetime. The best thing about it is that it can be downloaded free legally since it is so old now that the copyright laws do not apply to it (or something) all you have to do is search for it on Google with something like "How to stop worrying and start living filetype pdf" and its yours to bind or read on a computer. Even if you feel that you do not need to worry you should pick up this book and keep it on the top of yo Wow this book is really good and deserves to be read a few times over your lifetime. The best thing about it is that it can be downloaded free legally since it is so old now that the copyright laws do not apply to it (or something) all you have to do is search for it on Google with something like "How to stop worrying and start living filetype pdf" and its yours to bind or read on a computer. Even if you feel that you do not need to worry you should pick up this book and keep it on the top of your list of things to read because the insights that Dale gives on life are just priceless take for example you are really tired after work even though your work is not demanding - the reason you are probably tired is that you feel your job is boring or you don't like what you do having a job like this will get you more wasted then doing a job that is physically and mentally demanding. The book is full of great insights like this and ways to combat stress I am going to read it again now. If you have not read it then please go get it i can not recommend it enough

  12. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

    - Advice - live in day-tight compartments. - Imagine the worst, accept it, and try to improve upon it. Then you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. - Get the facts, analyze them, arrive at a decision, and act on the decision. You worry more when you don't know - what is the problem? What is the cause? What are all possible solutions? What solution do you suggest? - being busy leaves no time for worry - don't be bothered by the little things - cooperate with the inevitable. Bend like the wil - Advice - live in day-tight compartments. - Imagine the worst, accept it, and try to improve upon it. Then you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. - Get the facts, analyze them, arrive at a decision, and act on the decision. You worry more when you don't know - what is the problem? What is the cause? What are all possible solutions? What solution do you suggest? - being busy leaves no time for worry - don't be bothered by the little things - cooperate with the inevitable. Bend like the willow; don't resist like the oak - when we change our actions, we change the feeling. Act happy even if you're not. - You don't attract what you want, but you attract what you are - Don't expect others to be grateful. Give for the inner joy of giving. To raise grateful children, we have to be grateful. - quote by John Baillie - "What makes a man a Christian is neither his intellectual acceptance of certain ideas, nor his conformity to a certain rule, but his possession of a certain Spirit, and hsi participation in a certain Life." - no one ever kicks a dead dog - if you're kicked and criticized, it means you are accomplishing something and are worthy of attention. - people aren't thinking about you. They're thinking about themselves - take naps. - relax your eyes - do things in the order of importance. - clear desk of everything not related to the immediate problem at hand. - don't put off decisions

  13. 4 out of 5

    Susan's Reviews

    Many people sneer at self help books, but I credit Dale Carnegie's How to Stop Worrying and Start Living with being one of several books that helped me to understand and control the anxiety and panic disorder that also plagued most of the members of my family. Fear is often born from "not understanding," so I made sure to examine my fears before I gave into them. I agree that mental health issues need to be addressed with proper medical assessment and intervention, where required, but Carnegie's Many people sneer at self help books, but I credit Dale Carnegie's How to Stop Worrying and Start Living with being one of several books that helped me to understand and control the anxiety and panic disorder that also plagued most of the members of my family. Fear is often born from "not understanding," so I made sure to examine my fears before I gave into them. I agree that mental health issues need to be addressed with proper medical assessment and intervention, where required, but Carnegie's books were the stepping stones that helped me take charge of my life, get a good education and then decide what I wanted to do with that education. I started to take the conventional path, but at one point, I realized that keeping up with the Joneses was not making me happy, so I made some radical lifestyle changes. We don't need as much as we want, and our possessions start to own us after a while. Always good to keep that in mind!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Swaroop

    A very practical and straightforward book. Surely, anyone who has lived for 25 or 30 years would have known, experienced or heard of the many strategies mentioned in this book. However, it is important for all of us to be kept reminding ourselves, of these timeless ways of living life in a better way. Also, in this book, most of the content is derived from personal life experiences, which makes it "possible" for all of us to implement in our own lives. A very practical and straightforward book. Surely, anyone who has lived for 25 or 30 years would have known, experienced or heard of the many strategies mentioned in this book. However, it is important for all of us to be kept reminding ourselves, of these timeless ways of living life in a better way. Also, in this book, most of the content is derived from personal life experiences, which makes it "possible" for all of us to implement in our own lives.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Amir Tesla

    This "holy" book contains tremendously effective, practical and scientific-based solutions to overcome stress and a state of being worry for different scenarios that might happen for a person. A marvelous, must-read book for everyone. This book is among the very most valuable gifts you could give to a friend or family member. This "holy" book contains tremendously effective, practical and scientific-based solutions to overcome stress and a state of being worry for different scenarios that might happen for a person. A marvelous, must-read book for everyone. This book is among the very most valuable gifts you could give to a friend or family member.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ethan

    1.5 stars Religious bigotry and preaching disguised as psychology, with some useful information mixed in. Full review to come.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ladan

    The book provides one with practical solutions to overcome one's worries, yet I found it quite long! I mean 300 pages of numerous examples of worrywarts in hope of the readers' identification with one of them are not necessary since their approach to prevail their fears and worries were almost the same in many cases. Carnegie's strive for assuring the reader that these examples are real by mentioning their full name and addresses was really on my nerves. The way he tried to tell the reader that The book provides one with practical solutions to overcome one's worries, yet I found it quite long! I mean 300 pages of numerous examples of worrywarts in hope of the readers' identification with one of them are not necessary since their approach to prevail their fears and worries were almost the same in many cases. Carnegie's strive for assuring the reader that these examples are real by mentioning their full name and addresses was really on my nerves. The way he tried to tell the reader that just because s/he was not born so-and-so, s/he has to stop complaining about their worries was quite a self-esteem ruiner. And his strive to come up with religious names even made it worse. کتاب نکته های کاربردی خوبی داره ولی واقعا 300 صفحه زیادیه و آوردن این همه مثال به امید اینکه بالاخره خواننده بتونه با یکیشون همذات پنداری کنه و به اضطرابش غلبه کنه ضرورتی نداره به خصوص که رویکرد افراد در غلبه به اضطرابشون تو خیلی از موارد از یک جنس هست ولی فقط ظاهر مشکلاتشون باهم فرق می کنه. تلاش نویسنده برای اینکه آدرس و اسم کامل افراد رو بیاره برخلاف تصور مرحوم که فکر می کرد اینطور بهتر میتونه اطمینان خواننده رو جلب کنه هم بیشتر رو اعصاب بود. چیزی که واقعا غیرقابل تحمل بود این بود که چندجا سعی داشت بگه چون واسه فلانی و فلانی چنین اتفاقی افتاده اگر برای من و تو اتفاق بیافته که مشکلی نداره ما در برابر فلانی کی هستیم که شاکی بشیم یعنی رسما عزت نفس آدمی رو به فاک میده که حالا چون من فلانی نیستم آدم نیستم و در انتخاب فلانی هم دقت به خرج داده که مثلا اگر خواننده آدم مذهبی ای باشه لاقل از این منظر تحت تاثیر قرار بگیره . نکته ی قابل توجه برای مخاطب های ایرانی اینه که اگر از دکتر هلاکویی خوشتون میاد با خوندن کتاب میفهمید دکتر این کتاب رو چندبار خونده و حتی تکیه کلام هاش رو هم اینجا پیدا می کنید مثلا "در تحلیل نهایی" یا "کوتاه سخن" که برای من جالب بود

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brian Johnson

    “No one living has enough emotion and vigor to fight the inevitable and, at the same time, enough left over to create a new life. Choose one or the other. You can either bend with the inevitable sleet storms of life—or you can resist them and break!” “Obviously, circumstances alone do not make us happy or unhappy. It is the way we react to circumstances that determines our feelings. Jesus said that the kingdom of heaven is within you. That is where the kingdom of hell is, too.” “I spent twelve ye “No one living has enough emotion and vigor to fight the inevitable and, at the same time, enough left over to create a new life. Choose one or the other. You can either bend with the inevitable sleet storms of life—or you can resist them and break!” “Obviously, circumstances alone do not make us happy or unhappy. It is the way we react to circumstances that determines our feelings. Jesus said that the kingdom of heaven is within you. That is where the kingdom of hell is, too.” “I spent twelve years working with cattle; yet I never saw a Jersey cow running a temperature because the pasture was burning from lack of rain or because of sleet and cold or because her boyfriend was paying too much attention to another heffer. The animals confront night, storms, and hunger calmly; so they never have nervous breakdowns or stomach ulcers; and they never go insane.” ~ Dale Carnegie from How to Stop Worrying and Start Living Dale Carnegie rocks. If you’ve read How to Win Friends and Influence People, you’ve been exposed to his laid back, tell-it-like-it-is style. If you’ve got a little more worry in your life than you’d like (who doesn’t, eh?!) then methinks you’ll love this book. I’m excited to share some my favorite Big Ideas: 1. What Worry Does - It’s not good. 2. Live In: - Day-tight compartments. 3. Be Willing to Have It So - Don’t argue with reality. 4. Decide - And rock it! 5. Don’t Cry - Over spilt milk. Let’s stop worrying and start living our greatest lives. ----- Here's my video review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sY7FZ... And click here to find 250+ more of my reviews: http://bit.ly/BrianReviews Brian

  19. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeta

    Awesome book! What are you really worrying about? Makes you think and I specially love the stories from real people.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Steven Walle

    This book was great. I will give a full review at a later date. Be Blessed.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Margo Kelly

    FINALLY. I have finished this book. WHEW. The version I read of this book was published in 1944. I don't know if newer versions have been modified at all, or not. I would've given the book a five star rating if it hadn't been so completely TORTUROUS to get through the chauvinistic view points. Granted, most all of Carnegie's strategies for overcoming stress and worry were excellent and I plan to put many ideas to use, HOWEVER, the ideas presented in chapters like #25 titled: "How the Housewife Can FINALLY. I have finished this book. WHEW. The version I read of this book was published in 1944. I don't know if newer versions have been modified at all, or not. I would've given the book a five star rating if it hadn't been so completely TORTUROUS to get through the chauvinistic view points. Granted, most all of Carnegie's strategies for overcoming stress and worry were excellent and I plan to put many ideas to use, HOWEVER, the ideas presented in chapters like #25 titled: "How the Housewife Can Avoid Fatigue and Keep Looking Young!" are ridiculous. This chapter took me days to get through - and it was only five pages long! For example, to quote from this, my least favorite part of the book, "Yes, you, as a housewife, have got to relax! You have one great advantage - you can lie down whenever you want to, and you can lie on the floor!...Lie flat on the floor whenever you feel tired. Stretch as tall as you can. Roll around if you want to. Do it twice a day." HAH. If I had read this exerpt first, I would have thrown the book in the trash. However, I was determined to acknowledge that this book was written in 1944 and attitudes towards women were much different then. So, I tried to ignore the comments about females and instead focused on the valid strategies to overcome worry. The worthwhile strategies presented outweigh the chauvinistic attitudes. I do recommend this book - but only if you are open-minded.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    Gawd I am fascinated by the self-help genre. And here we have a founding father. GAWD his stridency. It's like listening to the ads in the back of comic books: Don't let the bully kick sand on you! Get muscles! Stay busy! Boot straps boot straps boot straps!!!!!! Yet I hear his sense: cut to the chase, stop spinning, look clearly, be unafraid. I would finish this, except it's making me nauseated. Maybe it's the "busy busy busy" section -- with the stories of those who dispelled worry by filling up Gawd I am fascinated by the self-help genre. And here we have a founding father. GAWD his stridency. It's like listening to the ads in the back of comic books: Don't let the bully kick sand on you! Get muscles! Stay busy! Boot straps boot straps boot straps!!!!!! Yet I hear his sense: cut to the chase, stop spinning, look clearly, be unafraid. I would finish this, except it's making me nauseated. Maybe it's the "busy busy busy" section -- with the stories of those who dispelled worry by filling up every corner of their time. Hard for an existentialist to stomach (and yet... there's sense in it!). I do love the harrowing anecdotal Dear Abby-ish tales of woe in which poor saps are saved by simple steps of analytical thinking, after which bloom monetary riches and billowy success. But I don't quite buy it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Just what some people need to hear/read. I definitely love this book and will recommend it to others.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Alisha

    Wow this was long! But good. It's actually one of the only anxiety books I've ever read that I'm thinking is worth a re-read at some point. But first, a little light-hearted critique: * Dale Carnegie is a Buzzfeed writer before there were such things. ("If you have a worry problem, apply the magic formula of Willis H. Carrier." "Seven Ways to Peace and Happiness", "If You Do This, You Will Never Worry About Ingratitude", "How to Cure Melancholy in Fourteen Days"). * Dale Carnegie is also your mothe Wow this was long! But good. It's actually one of the only anxiety books I've ever read that I'm thinking is worth a re-read at some point. But first, a little light-hearted critique: * Dale Carnegie is a Buzzfeed writer before there were such things. ("If you have a worry problem, apply the magic formula of Willis H. Carrier." "Seven Ways to Peace and Happiness", "If You Do This, You Will Never Worry About Ingratitude", "How to Cure Melancholy in Fourteen Days"). * Dale Carnegie is also your mother who knows exactly where you're off base and is talking to you kindly but firmly about how to Straighten Up. Yeah, it's an interesting tone. It's a bit... folksy? Is that the right word? I think so. You definitely feel as if he knows who he's talking to. And it's you. BUT. In spite of the fact that I chuckled/cringed at some things... He makes a lot of solid practical points, and he says them in a way that makes me sit up and take notice. I think since he was writing decades before the market was flooded with formulaic self-help books written in a detached clinical voice, his text stands out as truly unique and memorable. And some of his points have actually popped into my head during anxious moments, days after reading about them. I honestly think I will remember and use some of this stuff. One of my favorite points came early on. And, you guessed it, it's "the magic formula of Willis H. Carrier." ;) Yeah, I'm not crazy about that label. But the chapter is very thought-provoking. We worrywarts spend a lot of time distressed about terrible but vague outcomes. The advice here is to try and define to yourself what is the worst logical outcome in this situation... face up to it, mentally prepare to accept it if you have to, but then calmly proceed to improve upon the worst. Related to that is another chapter on cooperating with the inevitable. It's exhausting to think you can control the uncontrollable, you know? I have that problem sometimes. Especially in a COVID world. So this chapter is about stopping that mindset. It doesn't mean giving up when there's a chance to make something better. But, if it's truly something that can't be changed... well, as he says, "No one living has enough emotion and vigour to fight the inevitable and, at the same time, enough left over to create a new life." I'm reviewing the chapter now, and I have to say, it's powerful stuff. Dale Carnegie includes lots of real-life stories that illustrate what he's talking about. Some of them are very poignant, and some of them seem a little over-hyped. And some of them are just a product of their time. Like the short article, "I Was Acting Like an Hysterical Woman," by Cameron Shipp. Whew. Glad he got some help for that. I guess Hysterical Men hadn't been invented yet. (Note: There are definitely some instances of gender and racial stereotyping that stand out glaringly to a modern reader.) But all in all, this was a solid, straightforward read for anxious people, and in my opinion, way more engaging (if also occasionally snort-inducing) than most current books on the subject. So much so that I'm considering getting a hard copy so I can review and highlight some things.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    “My life has been full of terrible misfortunes most of which never happened.” - Michel de Montaigne, French philosopher You will find no new advice in this book. Dale Carnegie mentions this himself. How to Stop Worrying and Start Living is a collection of tips and tricks on how to reduce stress and the affects stress has on our body. Yet another great book by Dale Carnegie.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bey

    DNF @ 26% because I cannot stand the bullshits and the romanticisation of overworking as a way to cope with anxiety by stacking up another. Learned that the hard way but it was not a pleasant experience per se. Maybe I’d try to pick this up another day when I’m not feeling so self-conscious. Or bitter. Or maybe nonfics are just not for me.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rohit

    One of my favorites. It is a remedy to me and I keep this book always with me. It also teaches you how to live a better life. I usually write the date of purchase and the shop name on the first page of every book. The date of purchase of this book reminds me of one of the toughest times of my life. On 15th August 2001, I had a reaction of a medicine which contracted my blood vessels. This resulted in fluctuating BP, palpitation and many other troubles. It lasted for four years. It was a near dea One of my favorites. It is a remedy to me and I keep this book always with me. It also teaches you how to live a better life. I usually write the date of purchase and the shop name on the first page of every book. The date of purchase of this book reminds me of one of the toughest times of my life. On 15th August 2001, I had a reaction of a medicine which contracted my blood vessels. This resulted in fluctuating BP, palpitation and many other troubles. It lasted for four years. It was a near death experience. I purchased this book on October 14, 2001 when my younger sister and mom accompanied me to a small restaurant to have some juice. This restaurant is located near to the book shop from where I purchased this book. Since that time, this book has remained my Bible for life. I always keep this book with me and completed my third reading some time in 2009. Still I flip few pages and read some of the lines I underlined before.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Keyo Çalî

    when I decided to read this book I was very depressed and even I couldn't read any more books I don't know why? I was good at outside but my inner life was damaged but after reading this precious book everything changed it was like a window that lets you see the other side of life (the positive side of it) the true stories let us believe in our self that we can do it too when I decided to read this book I was very depressed and even I couldn't read any more books I don't know why? I was good at outside but my inner life was damaged but after reading this precious book everything changed it was like a window that lets you see the other side of life (the positive side of it) the true stories let us believe in our self that we can do it too

  29. 5 out of 5

    awwsalah

    well, most of us worry about anything, why this why that, its sometimes normal to worry about the future but worrying about incident that happened years ago, that's an issue. phobia is creepy poison. well, most of us worry about anything, why this why that, its sometimes normal to worry about the future but worrying about incident that happened years ago, that's an issue. phobia is creepy poison.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Usman Raza

    Really helping book and teach me about stop thinking about those things that don't matter and help me to learn good things in life by having the little control on my thoughts and Carnegie is really good in helping people through his books. Really helping book and teach me about stop thinking about those things that don't matter and help me to learn good things in life by having the little control on my thoughts and Carnegie is really good in helping people through his books.

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