How to Stop Worrying and Start Living is a self-help book by Dale Carnegie.
Summary of the Book
Dale Carnegie explains that he used to be very unhappy. He explains that becoming sick with worry is counterproductive. He explains that he wants to improve readers’ lives and help them lead fulfilling lives and become happier. He begins by talking about worry, what it is and how it affects people. Everyone’s lives are in a constant pool of trouble, and we have to learn how to accept the worst. Worrying about our problems only leads to bad health and depression, two things which can cripple us financially. Dale explains that to stop worrying, readers need to understand the problems they face. He advises readers to get all their facts straight and not just panic blindly. He explains that problems need to be studied to find solutions, and worry just achieves nothing. When the problem seems unsurmountable, he advises readers to keep busy and prepare for the worst. One of the most important things he teaches readers is to keep a calm head. We must look to the positives in ourselves for hope and understand that patience is a virtue. After all, he assures readers, everyone is unique. There is no one else on this entire planet who is like you. If you’ve faced problems that seem to cripple you every moment of your life, or if you feel that life has lost all lustre, then this book is a ray of hope and a source of inspiration.
About Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie was an American writer and lecturer best remembered for developing his breakthrough courses in self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking and interpersonal skills.
Carnegie’s other books on self-improvement are How to Win Friends and Influence People, Public Speaking, Little Known Facts About Well Known People and The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking.
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