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Dale Carnegie & Associates , Brent Cole , Robert Petkoff
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Oct. 4 2011
AN UP-TO-THE -MINUTE ADAPTATI ON OF DALE CARNEGIE ’S TI MELE SS PRESCRIPTI ONS FOR THE DIGITAL AGE

DALE CARNEGIE’s commonsense approach to communicating has endured for a century, touching millions and millions of readers. The only diploma that hangs in Warren Buffett’s office is his certificate from Dale Carnegie Training. Lee Iacocca credits Carnegie for giving him the courage to speak in public. Dilbert creator Scott Adams called Carnegie’s teachings “life-changing.”

In today’s world, where more and more of our communication takes place across wires and screens, Carnegie’s lessons have not only lasted but become all the more critical. Though he never could have predicted technology’s trajectory, Carnegie proves a wise and helpful teacher in this digital landscape. To demonstrate the many ways his lessons remain relevant, Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc., has reimagined his prescriptions and his advice for this difficult digital age. We may communicate today with different tools and with greater speed, but Carnegie’s advice on how to communicate, lead, and work efficiently remains priceless across the ages.

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Dale Carnegie passed away in 1955 but his voice lives on. Since the 1936 publication of his first book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, he has touched millions of readers.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Kept the good lessons from the original Dec 30 2013
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I loved this book when first read it in the original and decided to buy it for my son. Not disappointed with the new version.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome book--a self improvement pillar July 25 2014
By LV
Format:Paperback
An update of a classic. Great book in excellent condition. Arrived exactly when I thought it would.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
I really enjoyed this audio book. I was able to listen to it while working out which was great! I hadn't read the previous version years ago, so I can't compare to that one, but I really enjoyed this one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Addition Of Social Media To A Classic June 20 2014
By Dorothy
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
The principals in the original Dale Carnegie book written in 1939 are now updated to include the information age. Quite an accomplishment!
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2.0 out of 5 stars THINK TWICE BEFORE BUYING THIS Oct. 5 2011
By Wild Bull Writer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Do you like awful jargon? Bad writing? Meaningless "improvements"? Do you really want to buy a book with gobbledygook sentences like "Today's biggest enemy of lasting influence is the sector of both personal and corporate musing that concerns itself with the art of creating impressions without consulting the science of need ascertainment"?

Frankly, this unfortunate "revision and updating" of the Carnegie book is a big step backward---a step you can avoid making by buying the original book, which is actually very readable. Whereas this "new" version is so full of mind-numbing jargon you'll want to pull your hair out.

Conclusion: Either this book is a tranparent ploy to make money, regardless of the quality of the work, or the book's owners employed the wrong people to "revise and update" it. Not sure which it is. But the effort did go awry.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Nothing new March 28 2012
By biodavis - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Do not buy this book. It borders on false advertising. I very much admire Dale Carnegie's original book, and looked forward to new ideas of incorporating social media. Very little. Most examples are still vignettes prior to social media (eg, Calvin Coolidge, Teddy Roosevelt, etc.). Stick with the original, until they <<really>> provide a book outlining old principles with new examples
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1.0 out of 5 stars Awful, read the original instead Dec 31 2012
By Doctore333 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Let me first say I have a master's degree (working on my doctorate) and work in the in the complex legal market.

I also read and/or listen the original "How to Win Friends and Influence People" at least once every couple years and firmly believe in it. It is good, solid advice. I believe the concept of this book was a great idea. That is where my praise stops.

This version on the "Digital Age" however is AWEFUL. There are soooooo many metaphors, analogies, and overly forced advanced English word choices that this book is unreadable. You literally have to "digest" every paragraph on the meaning of the language alone. It made this a painful read. I wonder if the authors were sitting around trying to make themselves sound smart or see how complex they can make this book. If Dale Carnegie were around today, he would be scratching his head in disgust. After all the original concept of this book was for the reader to function in any scenario, not to insult his/her intelligence. The original book was written for the common person which is why the it was such a success.

Take my advice skip this version and read the original instead.
33 of 33 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Stick with the original May 7 2013
By Steve - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I have the original How To Win Friends And Influence People in paperback and on my Kindle. Seems to be a pretty solid book that makes many valid points.

When I found this new version of the book, I thought to myself "This book probly shows how to apply these same techniques in emails, facebook, etc.".

I'm about 1/4 through the book, and it's almost nauseating. I hoped that the bad reviews on this book were just misunderstandings or people being mean, but they aren't. The writing in this book is absolutely terrible.

In the original book, an idea is presented, and then several stories are told in order to demonstrate that point. This book doesn't do that. In fact, it makes no sense at all. It just goes on and on and on, page after page of babble.

My recommendation is this: Stick with the original book and learn to apply those techniques to the digital world on your own.
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1.0 out of 5 stars A monument defaced Oct. 5 2011
By D. C. Jacobson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
If you like gibberish like this:

"Today's biggest enemy of lasting influence is the sector of both personal and corporate musing that concerns itself with the art of creating impressions without consulting the science of need ascertainment."

Then by all means, buy this book. Else, buy an older edition, written in English.
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