Dale Carnegie (1888 – 1955) American Writer and Lecturer
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So true, because we feel that we have experienced it, and learned from it without going through – the same -suffering. I’ll have to read again Carnegie, whom I liked so much, 40 years ago, when I discovered “How to Make Friends”.
Thank you, Julie. (Köszönöm szépen.) Yes, it is always great when we can learn an important lesson through the experiences of others.
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