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Descripción 2019. Hardcover. Condición: New. 378 ABOUT THE BOOK:- Carnegie says in the preface to How to Stop Worrying and Start Living that he wrote it because he "was one of the unhappiest lads in New York". He said that he made himself sick with worry because he hated his position in life, which he attributes to wanting to figure out how to stop worrying. The book's goal is to lead the reader to a more enjoyable and fulfilling life, helping them to become more aware of, not only themselves, but others around them. Carnegie tries to address the everyday nuances of living, in order to get the reader to focus on the more important aspects of life. It is now a world-famous, self-help book amongst many people. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Dale Breckenridge Carnegie was a well-known American writer and lecturer,as well as the developer of famous courses in self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking and interpersonal skills. He was the author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, first published in 1936, a massive bestseller that remains popular even today. He also wrote a biography of Abraham Lincoln, titled Lincoln the Unknown, as well as several other books. Dale Carnegie was born as Dale Carnagey on November 24, 1888, in Maryville, Missouri. His parents, James William and Amanda Elizabeth Carnagey, were impoverished farmers.Dale Carnegie worked as a traveling salesman before teaching public speaking at YMCA. He taught his students how to interview well, make persuasive presentations and forge positive relationships.Within two years, the courses had achieved such popularity that Carnegie moved them out of the YMCA and founded his own Dale Carnegie Institute to accommodate the growing number of students. CONTENTS:- Acknowledgment . 9 Preface . 15 PART ONE FUNDAMENTAL FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT WORRY 1. Live in "Day-tight Compartments" . 23 2. A Magic Formula for Solving Worry Situations . 35 3. What Worry May Do to You. 43 PART TWO BASIC TECHNIQUES IN ANALYSING WORRY 4. How to Analyse and Solve Worry Problems . 59 5. How to Eliminate Fifty Per Cent of Your Business Worries . 67 PART THREE HOW TO BREAK THE WORRY HABIT BEFORE IT BREAKS YOU 6. How to Crowd Worry out of your Mind. 75 7. Don t Let the Beetles Get You Down . 85 8. A Law That Will Outlaw Many of Your Worries . 92 9. Co-operate with the Inevitable . 99 10. Put a "Stop-Loss" Order on Your Worries . 110 11. Don t Try to Saw Sawdust . 118 PART FOUR SEVEN WAYS TO CULTIVATE A MENTAL ATTITUDE THAT WILL BRING YOU PEACE AND HAPPINESS 12. Eight Words That Can Transform Your Life . 127 13. The High Cost of Getting Even . 142 14. If You Do This, You Will Never Worry about Ingratitude . 151 15. Would You Take a Million Dollars for What You Have? . 158 16. Find Yourself and Be Yourself: Remember There is No One Else on Earth Like You .165 17. If You Have a Lemon, Make a Lemonade. 173 18. How to Cure Melancholy in Fourteen Days .182 PART FIVE THE GOLDEN RULE FOR CONQUERING WORRY 19. How My Mother and Father Conquered Worry .201 PART SIX HOW TO KEEP FROM WORRYING ABOUT CRITICISM 20. Remember That No One Ever Kicks a Dead Dog . 225 21. Do This and Criticism Can t Hurt You . 229 22. Fool Things I Have Done . 234 PART SEVEN SIX WAYS TO PREVENT FATIGUE AND WORRY AND KEEP YOUR ENERGY AND SPIRITS HIGH 23. How to Add One Hour a Day to Your Waking Life . 243 24. What Makes You Tired and What You Can do about It . 248 25. How the Housewife Can Avoid Fatigue and Keep Looking Young . 253 26. Four Good Working Habits That Will Help Prevent Fatigue and Worry . 259 27. How to Banish the Boredom That Produces Fatigue, Worry, and Resentment . 264 28. How to Keep from Worrying about Insomnia . 273 PART EIGHT HOW TO FIND THE KIND OF WORK IN WHICH YOU MAY BE HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL 29. The Major Decision of Your Life . 283 PART NINE HOW TO LESSEN YOUR FINANCIAL WORRIES 30. "Seventy Per Cent of All Our Worries ." . 295 PART TEN HOW I CONQUERED WORRY 32 True Stories . 311 Six Major Troubles Hit Me All At Once BY C. I. BLACKWOOD . 311 I Can Turn Myself into a Shouting Optimist Within an Hour BY ROGER W. BABSON . 314 How I Got Rid of an Inferiority Complex BY ELMER THOMAS . 315 I Lived in the Garden of Allah BY R. V. C. BODLEY . 319 Five Methods I Use to Banish Worry BY PROFESSOR WILLIAM LYON PHELPS . 323 I Stood Yesterday. I Can Stand Today BY DOROTHY DIX . 326 I Did Not Expect to Live to See the Dawn BY J. C. PENNEY . 327 I Go to the Gym to Punch the Bag or Take a Hike Outdoors BY COLONEL EDDIE EAGAN . 329 I Was "The Worrying Wreck from Virginia Tech" BY JIM BIRDSALL . 330 I Have Lived by This Sentence BY DR. JOSEPH R. SIZOO . 332 I Hit Bottom and Survived BY TED ERICKSEN. 333 I Used to Be One of the World s Biggest Jackasses BY PERCY H. WHITING . 334 I Have Always Tried to Keep My Line of Supplies Open BY GENE AUTRY . 336 I Heard a Voice in India BY E. STANLEY JONES . 339 When the Sheriff Came in My Front Door BY HOMER CROY . 341 The Toughest Opponent I Ever Fought Was Worry BY JACK DEMPSEY . 344 I Prayed to God to Keep Me Out of an Orphan s Home BY KATHLEEN HALTER . 345 I Was Acting Like an Hysterical Woman BY CAMERON SHIPP . 347 I Learned to Stop Worrying by Watching My Wife Wash Dishes BY REVEREND WILLIAM WOOD . 350 I Found the Answer Keep Busy! BY DEL HUGHES . 352 Time Solves a Lot of Things BY LOUIS T. MONTANT, JR. 354 I Was Warned Not to Try to Speak or to Move Even a Finger BY JOSEPH L. RYAN . 356 I Am a Great Dismisser BY ORDWAY TEAD . 357 If I Had Not Stopped Worrying, I Would Have Been in My Grave Long Ago BY CONNIE MACK . 358 One at a Time Gentlemen, One at a Time BY JOHN HOMER MILLER . 360 I Now Look for the Green Light BY JOSEPH M. COTTER . 361 How John D. Rockefeller Lived on Borrowed Time for Forty-five Years . 363 Reading a Book on Sex Prevented My Marriage from Going on the Rocks BY B. R. W. 370 I Was Committing Slow Suicide Because I Didn t Know How to Relax BY PAUL SAMPSON . 373 A Real Miracle Hap. Nº de ref. del artículo: 1111015210140