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You can go after the job you want...and get it! You can take the job you have...and improve it! You can take any situation you're in...and make it work for you!<br /><br />Since its release in 1936, <i>How to Win Friends and Influence People</i> has sold more than 15 million copies. Dale Carnegie's first book is a timeless bestseller, packed with rock-solid advice that has carried thousands of now famous people up the ladder of success in their business and personal lives.<br /><br />As relevant as ever before, Dale Carnegie's principles endure, and will help you achieve your maximum potential in the complex and competitive modern age.<br /><br />Learn the six ways to make people like you, the twelve ways to win people to your way of thinking, and the nine ways to change people without arousing resentment.
Moral and social philosopher, author of ten books. Recognized for "The True Believer" and "The Ordeal of Change". Awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Honored with the Eric Hoffer Book Award and a literary prize from the University of California, Berkeley.
Thomas Erikson is an expert on communication. He works with developing organizations from a leadership perspective. He has trained more than five thousand executives to be better and more efficient leaders. Thomas has written several popular science books on communication and human behavior.
Raised in Staten Island, New York. Editor-in-chief of the student newspaper, The Spectator, at Stuyvesant High School.
Jazz critic, music historian, and author of eleven books including "Music: A Subversive History," "The Jazz Standards: A Guide to the Repertoire," "The History of Jazz," and "Delta Blues." Founder of Stanford University's jazz studies program.
Associate professor of economics at George Mason University and research associate at the Future of Humanity Institute of Oxford University. Known for work on idea futures and markets, involvement in the creation of Foresight Institute's Foresight Exchange and DARPA's FutureMAP project. Inventor of market scoring rules like LMSR used by prediction markets.