How to Stop Worrying and Start Livingby Dale Carnegie
How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie may be an old book, but its advice is timeless. It was written by a man who was once poor, unhappy, and stuck in a rotten situation with absolutely no way out. Well, of course there’s no way out of a rotten situation, not until you find it! This book provides a simple, easy-to-follow guide for you to turn your life around and make it ten times better than you ever thought it could be. There are also plenty of stories taken from Carnegie’s own life and the lives of celebrities, as well as several heartfelt stories from people who wrote in to Carnegie about their struggles and how they overcame them.
Summary & Habits:
Keep busy to avoid spiraling into depression.
Follow the law of averages.
Set limits for how much negativity you allow to enter your life.
Unleash the power of your mind.
Follow the “Just For Today” program.
Forgive and forget.
Give for the inner joy of giving, and not for external rewards.
Don’t take unjust criticism to heart.
Prevent fatigue so as to prevent worry.
Do not let boredom keep you from being happy.
Practice relaxing exercises to reduce anxiety, tension, and unhappiness.
Lessen financial worries.
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