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Author: Dale Carnegie
The classic work on how to speak to audiences effectively.
When equating the amount of information comprised in the book to its relevance, one cannot fail but to notice that the author tends to beat about the bush.The main ideas could have easily been encompassed within less than half of the actual no. of pages(280).However,some of the exercises seem to be quite useful.
ONE CAN LEARN A LOT FROM THIS BOOK AND IMPROVE HIMSELF.
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