(1888-1955), American

Dale Carnegie Best Books

Apart from his most popular book, ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People,’ Dale Carnegie wrote other books.

Over 50 million copies of Mr. Carnegie’s books have been published and printed in more than 38 languages. His books are all-around classics.

Dale Carnegie Best Books


The Leader in You

This is a great book by Dale Carnegie, which was co-authored by Stuart R. Levine and Michael A. Crom and published in 1939. It reveals how anyone, regardless of the type of job they have, can be more effective and productive in their jobs by using creativity and enthusiasm. The book covered advice and interviews from outstanding personalities like Lee Lacocca and Margaret Thatcher to teach us how to be excellent in our jobs.

The book teaches great knowledge and strategies to identify and utilize our leadership traits by drawing from exemplary persons in the field of sports, corporate, academic, entertainment, and politics. The Leader in You is a book that will help anybody achieve their goals, become a team player, increase their self-confidence, completely remove segregation mentality, strengthen cooperation among associates, charge their life, balance work, and leisure, and control their worries. This book is a great buy for everyone at any time.

How To Win Friends And Influence People 

Published in 1936, this book was the first published work of Dale Carnegie, and it formed the basis for the text for the Dale Carnegie course. As the publisher noted, 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—all by using the principles in this book.

The information has a great impact on the life of anyone that reads. This is a book you can read every year so as to keep yourself abreast of the advice in the book, which is timeless. This information has helped a lot of people to achieve great success in business, sales, marketing, public speaking, and life in general.

How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job

This is another great book by Dale Carnegie where he shows you how to fill up your life with excitement and enthusiasm. No matter how good things may seem around you, there are some days that it will seem like you woke up on the wrong side of the bed. Everything and everyone will seem to be against it. Dale Carnegie shows you in this book how you can still smile, be happy and get excited about your job.

His advice will help you make each day of your life fun-filled and satisfactory no matter the type of job you have. In this book published in 1970, you will learn how to avoid unnecessary tension in the workplace and in life. Rather you save your energy for important duties and things. You will also learn how to make other people feel important and do it sincerely and get people to say yes immediately. You will discover how to turn routine tasks into stimulating opportunities, spot a sure-fire way of making enemies and avoid it and Smile in the face of criticism knowing that you’ve done your very best.

How to Stop Worrying and Start Living 

Dale Carnegie published his other best-selling book in 1948. He worked hard for seven years gathering materials for this book. In that time, he collected time-tested principles and strategies that anyone can use and be happy in life. This book is the result of that where he presented practical strategies that are available to anyone who wants to worry less and do more.

Most times, we worry about the things that happened in the past and wonder how they are affecting us now. Then we also worry about our future, wondering if we’ll ever get to achieve all that we want to do. But Dale lets us know in the book that we only need to care about today, only the present. We should not let unnecessary thoughts crowd our heads and make us unproductive and not able to enjoy life.

The Art of Public Speaking 

This is another great book by Dale Carnegie with notes from J.B. Esenwein. The fear of public speaking has been discovered to be the number one fear for Americans. So it means Americans and most people fear speaking in public more than they fear death, loneliness, or illness. Well, if you have this fear, worry no more. Get this Dale Carnegie book, published in 2005, to help you.

This book will teach principles that will help you kill this fear and win in life. You will learn that the best way to be better at public speaking about this is to practice, practice and practice. There are also some key takeaways in the book, like ‘being skilled at public speaking is a matter of practice, and anyone can beat stage fright.’ The next one is that you should use emphasis to overcome monotony, and then arousing emotion in your listeners is the crux of public speaking. There are so many other great ways to kill the fear and start speaking in the book.

Lincoln the Unknown 

Dale Carnegie wrote this book in 1932 as a biography of the great Abraham Lincoln. It was published in 1959 by Dale Carnegie and Associates and is now given out as a prize in the Dale Carnegie course. Dale said that he studied many books written about the former president of the USA, but he still felt that more needs to be written. And so he wrote about his qualities and career in a summarised and easy-to-read version so that the average busy person may read.

The book is a concise story of a man who rose from nothing to greatness, from a poor boy to becoming the president of one of the greatest countries on earth. Since he wrote the book when there were still people alive who knew Lincoln, he got direct reports and interviews from them. The book talks about the life of the 16th president of the USA and focuses on his childhood, the disorganization that happened in the Union forces in the Civil War, and also the small moments that defined the man behind the legend. It’s an interesting read.

FAQs

What was Dale Carnegie’s first published book?

Dale Carnegie’s first published book is ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People’ published by Simon and Schuster in 1936. He wrote the book from a collection of his lecture notes and first named it ‘Public Speaking: A Practical Course for Business Men’. He then changed the title to Public Speaking and Influencing Men in Business.

What was the second book Dale Carnegie wrote?

The second book that Dale Carnegie wrote is Lincoln the Unknown written in 1932. It was a biography of the former president, Abraham Lincoln showing his rise to the top in spite of adversity. It was published by Dale Carnegie and Associates in 1959 and is usually given out as a prize in the Dale Carnegie Course.

How many books did Dale Carnegie sell?

Dale Carnegie was a famous American author and lecturer that is best known for his self-help, personal development, and public speaking books, courses, and training. His books were very popular and have sold more than 50 million copies so far and have been translated into more than 38 languages.

Which book did he write first?

The first book that Dale Carnegie published is also the first one he wrote and that is How to win friends and influence people. Dale Carnegie first wrote the book in 1926 using the collection of lecture notes he was using to teach in YMCA. Then he gave it the name ‘Public Speaking: A practical course for business men’.

What was one of Carnegie’s theories?

Dale Carnegie believed that criticism is bad for both the person criticized and the one criticizing. We should never use it because those criticised will justify themselves, and in return condemn the critical person. Carnegie believed that great leaders like Abraham Lincoln, achieved their success because they never criticised others.

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