Summary of How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing with People
This classic guide to getting along with people still holds up after 50 years.
The world has changed so dramatically over the past half-century that many advice books from so long ago are no longer relevant, but Les Giblin’s relationship-oriented work seems likely to endure forever. The ideals he espoused in 1956 still represent the bedrock fundamentals for getting the most depth and satisfaction from your interpersonal connections. You’ll be impressed with Giblin’s grasp of human nature. What’s more, his advice is applicable in all areas of life. He is refreshingly upbeat and unfailingly positive. He clearly believes in humanity’s inherent goodness. getAbstract recommends his warm, sage counsel.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to make relationships work to your advantage;
- How to become more attractive to others; and
- How to capitalize on people’s innate desire to be liked.
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