Summary of Winning with People

Discover the People Principles That Work for You Every Time

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Winning with People book summary
To be a better people person, follow a few simple principles that foster enhanced relationships.

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Author John C. Maxwell follows his solid 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork with this book, which provides 25 essential “principles” for fostering interpersonal relationships. Maxwell uses poems, quotations and stories about such varied individuals as Benjamin Franklin, Martin Luther King Jr., Dale Carnegie, Barbara Walters, Pete Rose and Billy Martin to enliven his short chapters about the small, important steps that build better relationships. Unfortunately, the book seems slightly forced, stretching its theme to cover overlapping and somewhat arbitrary principles. Still, its broadly based, motivational stories make it spiritually uplifting. While this entry is not as compelling as Maxwell’s work on leadership, getAbstract believes it will be very useful to those who want to build stronger friendships and aren’t sure how to start.

In this summary, you will learn

  • What the 25 key “People Principles” teach
  • How to build good relationships based on these rules
  • How to correct relationship problems by changing your attitude or actions
 

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To create good relationships, begin by shaping your own attitude so that you are supportive and open to others. Follow these “People Principles” to boost your relationships: “The Lens Principle” – The problems in most relationships often stem from how the people involved see themselves...
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About the Author

Leadership expert John C. Maxwell founded the Injoy Group, an organization that helps people fulfill their potential. He has written more than 25 books, including The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, Developing the Leader Within You and Falling Forward.


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