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  • How to Win Friends and Influence People

    北京5分时时彩开奖查询 www.dfc731.club Dale Carnegie

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    If your temper is aroused and you tell ‘em a thing or two, you will have a fine time
    unloading your feelings. But what about the other person? Will he share your pleasure?
    Will your belligerent tones, your hostile attitude, make it easy for him to agree with
    you?
    “If you come at me with your fists doubled,” said Woodrow Wilson, “I think I can
    promise you that mine will double as fast as yours; but if you come to me and say, ‘Let
    us sit down and take counsel together, and, if we differ from each other, understand
    why it is that we differ, just what the points at issue are,’ we will presently find that we
    are not so far apart after all, that the points on which we differ are few and the points
    on which we agree are many, and that if we only have the patience and the candor and
    the desire to get together, we will get together.”
    Nobody appreciated the truth of Woodrow Wilson’s statement more than John D.
    Rockefeller, Jr. Back in 1915, Rockefeller was the most fiercely despised man in
    Colorado, One of the bloodiest strikes in the history of American industry had been
    shocking the state for two terrible years. Irate, belligerent miners were demanding
    higher wages from the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company; Rockefeller controlled that
    company. Property had been destroyed, troops had been called out. Blood had been
    shed. Strikers had been shot, their bodies riddled with bullets.
    At a time like that, with the air seething with hatred, Rockefeller wanted to win the
    strikers to his way of thinking. And he did it. How? Here’s the story. After weeks spent
    in making friends, Rockefeller addressed the representatives of the strikers. This speech,
    in its entirety, is a masterpiece. It produced astonishing results. It calmed the
    tempestuous waves of hate that threatened to engulf Rockefeller. It won him a host of