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Make Yourself Unforgettable: How to Become the Person Everyone Remembers and No One Can Resist

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From one of the most trusted and bestselling brands in business training, Make Yourself Unforgettable reveals how to develop and embody unforgettable qualities so you can become the effective and desirable colleague and friend possible.

Learn how to develop and embody the ten essential elements of being unforgettable!

What does it really mean to have class? How do you disti
ebook, 240 pages
Published March 15th 2011 by Touchstone (first published March 1st 2011)
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Typical Dale Carnegie book.. very easy to read and very well written. Sometimes it feels like it speaks to you. Dont rush through these books.. to have a greater effect, you'll have to slow down and ponder upon the statements that trigger some spark in your conscience.
I particularly like the sections on time management, stress management, and building patience.
Must be read attentively, the real value is subtle.
Dinda Tisi
All I can say according to this book that class is about being a good, honest, tenacious, and responsible person. Basically, being a classy person is being a good human, the one who is able and willing to help others and reaching his own goal without giving up.

Nevertheless, this book still gives the explanation and description about class act in a detail which we can easily depict in our daily live. There are even many things in this book that we didn't realize although those things happen frequ
Theo Karner
Extremely disappointing book. I expected this book to be of the same quality and depth that I found in Dale Carnegie's 'How to Stop Worrying and Start Living' book. However, I found it to be poorly structured, minimal in content, superficial in its theme, and consistently difficult to understand what point/idea the author was discussing. I will think very hard before reading another book from Dale Carnegie Training.

On structure, on multiple occasions the text introduces examples and ideas with n
Heather Woods
I loved this book cover to cover! Such great information to show yourself the leader you want to be. Emotional control, patience, financial intelligence, and more. All are skills we simply need to acquire and hone. It's not a got-it-or-don't-situation. I would recommend this one an annual read. Once is simply not enough!
Chuck Cova
This was a fantastic read. Nothing necessarily new, but great reminders on solid principles and a new twist in presentation that really resonated with me. This helped me greatly in a few areas that I felt "stuck".
I checked this out of the library based on curiosity. I had heard of Dale Carnegie, but didn't know much about him/his training.

This book talks about Kipling and class, but ultimately advocates style over substance. It could have been a handbook for politicians or used car salesmen. It reminded me of people I know who are very inspirational, but ultimately hollow, superficial and disappointing, because they don't have the knowledge or ability to back up their words. All flash and no substance.
Ashley Pron
Make Yourself Unforgettable is basically a primer on how to be a class act. While it isn't quite as good as How to Win Friends and Influence People or How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, I still highly recommend it. Stay classy. ;)
Maryam Baslar
Valuable book, fun to read.
There's been much interest in Dale Carnegie at the library lately, and I saw this title from those folks and was intrigued. No new Dale Carnegie stuff here, but good reminders to be kind, passionate, to listen and to not judge, to pursue your dreams, to be a "class act". Good, old school stuff, and a good reminder about living well, although I don't think it comes close to its title. Interestingly, my organization has someone who seems to be all this, and it's lovely to see it in play.
Dated examples - nothing beyond the 90's that I found. The first chapter consists of the Nixon/Kennedy debate and as we all know that has been analyzed to death.

This book is unfortunately entirely forgettable.
Not the biggest fan of self help books. Found one or two pearls though...
"Giving puts the universe in your debt" - Mark Victor Hansen
Luke Bradshaw
It's a real eye opener. Has the power to change lives
predictable - nothing new
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