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Carnegie Part 1

“Don’t criticize, condemn, or complain.” How and Why? This is important because sometimes it is hard to give feedback to people. We may consider that our feedback might be too critical, but in reality, you should want to let them know how you feel. We want the best for them, but also want to make… Read More Carnegie Part 1

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Carnegie Part 2

Reading the second half of this book, began with six different principles of how to be liked. Ultimately, we know how to make people like us, but how can we use these techniques to improve? These techniques can help us establish ourselves as stronger in communication between others. That first conversation you have with someone… Read More Carnegie Part 2

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Carnegie Part 3

Part 3 was my favorite. I honestly think this chapter was about me; just kidding! I hate arguments and always seek methods to avoid them. Whatever the case maybe, I hate being wrong and any confrontation. As in the previous part, I should probably take a step back to see if I am right or… Read More Carnegie Part 3

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Responses from Carnegie

Response to Alyssa’s Blog: Why do other people do not want to hear our wants? I conclude that people do not want to hear you talk about yourself; rather, they would rather hear something more broad. But, the conversation was about them, they would be completely agreeable! I suppose the conversation really depends on the… Read More Responses from Carnegie