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in today’s episode, I am going to teach you how to deal with
people, well how to deal with people better. I’m going to pull lessons
from the very popular and classic book, “How to Win Friends and
Influence People” by Dale Carnegie.
Since “How to Win Friends & Influence People” was published in 1936,
it has sold millions and millions of copies.
The advice contained in the book is deceptively simple, but remains as
effective as ever. Just adhering to simple guidelines like smiling when
meeting someone and remembering their first name can help anyone
become more likable and influential.
I am going to mainly talk about the first two parts of the book, how to
deal with people and also how to communicate better with people. Both of these parts, and the lessons contained within
Both of these parts, and the lessons contained within them, can help you become better liked by your peers, or even more liked if your peers already think you’re a superstar, and they can also help you deal with difficult people, difficult people at work, school, maybe at home, wherever.
So listen to the lesson a few times, pay attention to new English words you hear, and also, really think about what is being taught. If you need to pause the audio to think about something and apply what I talk about to your life, do that!
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Today I have an episode based on two words. That’s it, two English words. But these two words affect our lives so much. One of these words is responsible for our loneliness, depression, our feelings of never having enough. It causes hate, and fights, and divorce. It makes us want to put our heads in the sand.
And the other word is the solution to the first word. The second word makes us feel more connected to others, more fulfilled, more courageous, and you’ll be happy to know this word, or applying this word to your life, will also help you become a badass confident English speaker. It’s kind of the secret to success with learning a foreign language.