To be likeable, Carnegie shares some earth-shattering recommendations:
- Be genuinely interested in other people,
- Remember others’ names,
- Encourage others to talk about themselves, and
- Listen intently.
In 1936, the world didn’t have computers. There were no tweets, pins or Facebook posts. Heck, the first chocolate chip cookie wasn’t even developed until 1938. (A world without Grandma’s cookie…
Better Yet, buy the classic book here: How To Win Friends and Influence People