DUDE! Where's My Life?
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The "Dude! Where's My Life?" Podcast is an uncommon approach to personal development, lifestyle design and getting your shit together! I Synthesize the BEST lessons I've learned throughout life. Failing a TON and messing up so you don't have to! Topics include: Lifestyle design, Behavior Change, Sex, Money, Mindset, Manhood, Authenticity, Relationships, Personal Development, Entrepreneurship, Holistic Health, nutrition, wellness, fitness, paleo, low carb, fat loss, muscle gaining, being unstoppable and more! Be sure to leave a review / rating if you dig it!
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Dale Carnegie on How to Win Friends and Influence People |10 BEST Ideas Book Summary
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11 Questions That May Change Your Life: http://www.clarkdanger.com/download/ (CLICK HERE TO WATCH THIS VIDEO ON YOUTUBE) The Most successful leaders all have one thing in common: They’ve read “How to Win Friends and Influence People” Today’s book summary and book review: How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. This book will rock your communication. Dale Carnegie's classic public speaking and interpersonal communication book, how to win friends and influence people is packed full of actionable ideas and take aways. You might also consider getting the full book for this – it’s killer! Here are the best 10 ideas from “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie. FULL BLOG POST: (coming soon) GET THE BOOK: http://amzn.to/29XwSTc Discover how you can change your life in less than 4-hours. FULL journal mastery course is now live! Learn more here: http://www.mybestjournal.com BIG 10 IDEAS (1:30) 1. Become Genuinely Interested In Other People "You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.” -Dale Carnegie (2:45) 2. Let The Other Person Feel That The Idea is His or Hers. It's amazing what you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit for it. (4:30) 3. Talk About Your Own Mistakes Before Criticizing The Other Person. Call Attention to People’s Mistakes Indirectly. How do you gi