12 lessons from 'How to Win Friends & Influence People' — a book Warren Buffett credits with transforming his life

Since Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People" was first published in the 1930s, it has sold more than 30 million copies, spawned an entire industry devoted to self-improvement, and continues to be a best seller. The world Carnegie wrote for has changed significantly, yet his essential message is still relevant today and many successful people—including Warren Buffet—give Carnegie considerable credit for their success. Although many of his recommendations may seem common sense, it requires consistent, mindful practice to improve your relationships. To help you achieve your maximum potential, Richard Feloni shares here some of the main lessons on how to be a likable, persuasive, and influential leader.

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