How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie’s rock-solid, time-tested advice in this groundbreaking guidebook teaches;
*The Six Ways to Make People Like You,
*The Twelve Ways to Win People to your Way of Thinking,
*The Nine Ways to Change People without Arousing Resentment and much more.
It is a recommended read for the Professional ADR Skills and Accreditation and Certification Course Modules 1& 2 hosted by Insitute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators (ICMC Nigeria).
I was delighted when I got this book this morning. I’d just shared on my WhatsApp, ‘I am tired of people. I just want to read and eat’. My delight was short-lived finding out the Accreditation Exams are on Sunday. But reading this widely raved book and getting professional ADR Skills is exciting. This simply means its going to be a long week ahead. I need to conclude LIE TO ME, DAN by Longrin Wetten and share my review soon. I hope I can submit my due draft for The Spine in Her Back today. Law School is stretching me o.
I shared a gush-fest review of captivating The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid yesterday on my bookstagram. Do check it out Gem!
Feed your eyes and screen French fries, Coconuts and postive notes. Click the image to download this bookish wallpaper Gem.
Life gather at your feet. Be kind to the dust for that is where you return.
My week so far…
It’s Friday of Week 15 Gems! I’m a month away from going home for Law School 2nd term holidays! Heat in Yola and bulkier workload had me fatigued this week.
It’s cool that this picture I shot weeks ago is the topic taught in Professional Ethics today. I haven’t read a lot of fiction off my TBR this week. This weekend I look forward to finishing LIE TO ME DAN by Longrin Wetten and reviewing it.
However, I published some SPOTLIGHT READS (My quirky thoughts on unique poems, micro fiction and short stories found online). Find exciting online fiction in January, The Small Margins of Friendship by Tolu Daniel and Of Good Destiny by Tope Omamegbe. I plan to share more online fiction and book reviews in my drafts the coming weeks. I’m excited to announce that I’ll be sharing new entries of Zaza (Zaza is a queer memoir of self love, sensuality, sex and romance). So catch up on this series here, here and also here.
PS: This is how I’m smiling because the weekend is here. What bookie fun are you up to this weekend?
Who needs tattoo sleeves when I have caramel drizzled arms?