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    If we think happy thoughts, we will be happy. If we think miserable thoughts, we will be miserable.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: thoughts 
     
    Most of us have far more courage than we ever dreamed we possessed.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: courage 
     
    The person who seeks all their applause from outside has their happiness in another's keeping .
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: happiness  people 
     
    Your smile is a messenger of your goodwill.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: smile 
     
    criticism is dangerous, because it wounds a person's precious pride, hurt his sense of importace and arouse resentment.
    — Dale Carnegie
    Every day I pray. I yield myself to God and the tensions and anxieties go out of me and peace and power come in.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: peace  power  anxiety  god  pray 
     
    Flattery is telling the other person precisely what he thinks about himself.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: people 
     
    Winning friends begins with friendliness.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: friends  winning 
     
    Today is our most precious possession. It is our only sure possession.
    — Dale Carnegie
    Applause is a receipt, not a bill.
    — Dale Carnegie
    Give your problem all the thought you possibly can before a solution is reached. But when the matter is settled and over with, worry not at all.
    — Dale Carnegie
    There is only one excuse for a speaker's asking the attention of his audience: he must have either truth or entertainment for them.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: truth  attention 
     
    Those convinced against their will are of the same opinion still.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: opinion 
     
    If you tell me how you get your feeling of importance, I'll tell you what you are.
    — Dale Carnegie
    You can't win an argument. You can't because if you lose it, you lose it; and if you win it, you lose it.
    — Dale Carnegie
    The man who grasps an opportunity as it is paraded before him, nine times out of ten makes a success, but the man who makes his own opportunities is, barring an accident, a sure-fire success
    — Dale Carnegie
    If we are so contemptibly selfish that we can't radiate a little happiness and pass on a bit of honest appreciation without trying to screw something out of the other person in return-if our souls are no bigger than sour crab apples, we shall meet with the failure we so richly deserve.
    — Dale Carnegie
    Do the very best you can.
    — Dale Carnegie
    STOP AND LOOK out the window and see how beautiful the world is. It is there-enjoy it. Go out tonight and look up at the stars. They are the wonders of nature
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: nature  world  beautiful  star  wonder 
     
    You and I are standing this very second at the meeting place of two eternities: the vast past that has endured forever, and the future that is plunging on to the last syllable of recorded time. We can't possible live in either of those eternities - no, not even for a split second. But, by trying to do so, we can wreck both our bodies and our minds. So let's be content to live the only time we can possible live: from now until bedtime.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: time  live  future  past  forever  body  eternity  mind  meeting 
     
    Men of age object too much, consult too long, adventure too little, repent too soon, and seldom drive business home to the full period, but content themselves with a mediocrity of success.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: men  adventure  age  success  business 
     
    Every minister, lecturer and public speaker know the discouragement of pouring himself of herself out to an audience and not receiving a single ripple of appreciative comment.
    — Dale Carnegie
    Improving yourself is a lot more profitable than trying to improve others.
    — Dale Carnegie
    Avoid Arguments Like Rattlesnakes And Earthquakes
    — Dale Carnegie
    Flaming enthusiasm, backed up by horse sense and persistence, is the quality that most frequently makes for success.
    — Dale Carnegie
    Names are the sweetest and most important sound in any language.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: language 
     
    A good deed, "said the prophet Mohammed, "is one that brings a smile of joy to the face of another." Why will doing a good deed every day produce such astounding efforts on the doer? Because trying to please others will cause us to stop thinking of ourselves: the very thing that produces worry and fear and melancholia.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: fear  joy  smile  worries  thinking 
     
    Stop worrying and start living.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: living 
     
    Hurting a man in his dignity is a crime.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: crimes  men  dignity 
     
    Remember that unjust critisism is often a disquised compliment.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: compliment 
     
    i really like reading books
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: reading  book 
     
    You can't get anywhere in this world without wanting to do something.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: world 
     
    How to Win Friends and Influence People.
    — Dale Carnegie
    Look your audience straight in the eyes, and begin to talk as if every one of them owed you money.
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: eyes  money 
     
    Even in such technical lines as engineering, about 15% of one's financial success is due one's technical knowledge and about 85% is due to skill in human engineering, to personality and the ability to lead people.
    — Dale Carnegie
    The best argument is that which seems merely an explanation.
    — Dale Carnegie
    Unjust criticism is usually disguised compliment. It often means that you have aroused jealously and envy. Remember that no one ever kicks a dead log.
    — Dale Carnegie
    The ideas I stand for are not mine. I borrowed them from Socrates
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: ideas 
     
    If you can be sure of being right only 55 percent of the time, you can go down to Wall Street and make a million dollars a day. If you can't be sure of being right even 55 percent of the time, why should you tell other people they are wrong?
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: time  people  right 
     
    When Theodore Roosevelt was in the White House, he confessed that if he could be right 75 percent of the time, he would reach the highest measure of his expectation. . . . If that was the highest rating that one of the most distinguished men of the twentieth century could hope to obtain, what about you and me?
    — Dale Carnegie
    tags: time  men  right  expectation  hope 
     
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