Nobody Wants a Counterfeit Coin

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August 8, 2011

Tweet I noticed a Facebook status today that said “be a first-rate you rather than a second rate somebody else.”  The quote made me smile, and I discovered that the 17-year old who posted this status had no idea that Dale Carnegie offered the same sage advice many years ago. In his book How...
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Raise Employee Enthusiasm, Productivity

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August 5, 2011

Tweet Have you ever walked in a business and felt a palpable energy? People are smiling and doing their work seemingly without effort? Likewise, we’ve all stepped into an office, store or other place of business and immediately felt the lethargy, the bad morale and the omnipresent wish to be anyplace else. Which scenario...
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How to Manage Anger

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August 4, 2011

Tweet Anger is a basic human emotion, brought on by sometimes the most trivial things.  Everyone experiences it, but we all handle it differently.  Anger is sometimes an expression of other emotions, such as pain, despair, fear or frustration.  Knowing the cause of your anger is the start of being able to manage it,...
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Are You Dale Carnegie’s Biggest Fan?

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August 1, 2011

Tweet Calling all Dale Carnegie fans! Dale Carnegie local franchisees have announced their search for Dale Carnegie’s Biggest Fan....
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Ask The Right Questions

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August 1, 2011

Tweet Do you walk away from conversations feeling like you learned no new information? Do you ever feel like...
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Admit Your Mistakes

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July 28, 2011

Tweet There are times that you do make mistakes.  After all, you are human.  But it is all in...
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Dale Carnegie Principle #26—Let the Other Person Save Face

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July 27, 2011

Tweet One of Dale Carnegie’s primary management tips was to always let the other person save face—even in cases...
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