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Brief Guide to Self-Help Classics: From How To Win Friends and Influence People to The Chimp Paradox

by James M. Russell Author

An accessible and concise guide to 70 of the most influential self-help books ever published. Beginning with Dale Carnegie's classic How To Win Friends and Influence People, this book looks at the development of the self-help book and selects the most important and influential examples. Titles include classics on success, confidence, mindfulness, stress releif, and more. Each book is summarized and a 'speed read' for each book gives a sense of what each author is like. This is a work of reference that gives the main points of nearly 80 years of self-help books. 

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