How to Stop Worrying Start Living

Author: Dale Carnegie

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Publisher Prints Publications Pvt Ltd
Publication Year 2023
ISBN-13 9789394791237
Binding Paper back
Number of Pages 311 Pages
Language English
Edition 1st
Dimension (Inches) 5.5"*8.5"
Weight (Grams) 402
Subject Classic Fiction
Category Fiction

If worry fills up your mind and you end up struggling to conquer it, this book is all you need! “The secret of being miserable is to have the leisure to bother about whether you are happy or not.” From the fundamental facts that one must know about worry to the techniques in analyzing it, this book introduces ways to prevent fatigue and worry and cultivate a mental attitude that will bring peace and happiness. It offers insights on how to break the worry habit and brings for you not only a magic formula for solving worry situations but a way to conquer it altogether. A result of his own experiences and realizations, Dale Carnegie’s How to Stop Worrying and Start Living has inspired many and helped them triumph over their worries, with timeless practical advice, this classic bestseller holds the power to change your future.

Dale Carnegie

An American writer, lecturer and the developer of famous courses in self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking and interpersonal skills, Dale Carnegie was born in 1888 in Maryville, Missouri. Public Speaking: A Practical Course for Business Men (1926) was the first collection of Carnegie’s writings. It was later entitled Public Speaking and Influencing Men in Business (1932). How to Win Friends and Influence People, when published by Simon and Schuster in 1936, became an instant bestseller. How to Stop Worrying and Start Living (1948) introduces the fundamental facts that one must know about worry and provides the perfect way to conquer it. How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job is a collection of selected chapters from How to Win Friends and Influence People and How to Stop Worrying and Start Living with ways to bring peace and happiness in life and achieve a work-life balance, this book will make one reassess their approach to life, people and their job. Carnegie served in the U.S. Army during the First World War in 1931, his first marriage ended in divorce and in 1944, he married Dorothy Price Vanderpool. Carnegie died in 1955 aged sixty-six at his home in Forest Hills, New York and was buried in the Belton, Cass County, Missouri, Cemetery.

Sixteen Ways in Which This Book Will Help You 7
Preface - How This Book Was Written and Why 8
Part One - Fundamental Facts You Should Know About Worry 13
1.    Live in “Day-tight Compartments” 14
2.    A Magic Formula for Solving Worry Situations 24
3.    What Worry May Do to You 31
Part Two - Basic Techniques in Analysing Worry 41
4.    How to Analyse and Solve Worry Problems 42
5.    How to Eliminate Fifty Per Cent of Your Business Worries 49
Part Three - How to Break the Worry Habit Before it Breaks You 56
6.    How to Crowd Worry out of Your Mind 57
7.    Don’t Let the Beetles Get You Down 65
8.    A Law That Will Outlaw Many of Your Worries 71
9.    Co-operate with the Inevitable 77
10.    Put a “Stop-Loss” Order on Your Worries 86
11.    Don’t Try to Saw Sawdust 92
Part Four - Seven Ways to Cultivate a Mental Attitude
that Will Bring You Peace and Happiness
12.    Eight Words that Can Transform Your Life 98
13.    The High, Cost of Getting Even 110
14.    If You Do This, You Will Never Worry About Ingratitude 118
15.    Would You Take a Million Dollars for What You Have? 124
16.    Find Yourself and Be Yourself: Remember There is No One Else on Earth Like You 130
17.    If You Have a Lemon, Make a Lemonade 137
18.    How to Cure Melancholy in Fourteen Days 144
Part Five - The Golden Rule for Conquering Worry 157
19.    How My Mother and Father Conquered Worry 158
Part Six - How to Keep from Worrying About Criticism 176
20.    Remember That No One Ever Kicks a Dead Dog 177
21.    Do This-and Criticism Can’t Hurt You 180
22.    Fool Things I Have Done 184
Part Seven - Six Ways to Prevent Fatigue and Worry and Keep Your Energy and Spirits High 189
23.    How to Add One Hour a Day to Your Waking Life 190
24.    What Makes You Tired-and What You Can Do About It 194
25.    How the Housewife Can Avoid Fatigue-and Keep Looking Young 198
26.    Four Good Working Habits That Will Help Prevent Fatigue and Worry 203
27.    How to Banish the Boredom That Produces Fatigue, Worry, and Resentment 207
28.    How to Keep from Worrying About Insomnia 214
Part Eight - How to Find The Kind of Work in Which You May Be Happy and Successful 220
29.    The Major Decision of Your Life 221
Part Nine - How to Lessen Your Financial Worries 229
30.    “Seventy Per Cent of All Our Worries ...” 230
Part Ten - “How I Conquered Worry” (32 True Stories) 241
•    “Six Major Troubles Hit Me All At Once” by C.I. Blackwood 242
•    “I Can Turn Myself into a Shouting Optimist Within an Hour” by Roger W. Babson 245
•    “How I Got Rid of an Inferiority Complex” by Elmer Thomas 246
•    “I Lived in the Garden of Allah” by R.V.C. Bodley 250
•    “Five Methods I Use to Banish Worry” by Professor William Lyon Phelps 253
•    “I Stood Yesterday. I Can Stand Today” by Dorothy Dix 256
•    “I Did Not Expect to Live to See the Dawn” by J.C. Penney 258
•    “I Go to the Gym to Punch the Bag or Take a Hike Outdoors” by Colonel Eddie Eagan 260
•    “I Was ‘The Worrying Wreck from Virginia Tech’” by Jim Birdsall 261
•    “I Have Lived by This Sentence” by Dr. Joseph R. Sizoo 263
•    “I Hit Bottom and Survived” by Ted Ericksen 264
•    “I Used to Be One of the World’s Biggest Jackasses” by Percy H. Whiting 266
•    “I Have Always Tried to Keep My Line of Supplies Open”by Gene Autry 268
•    “I Heard a Voice in India” by E. Stanley Jones 271
•    “When the Sheriff Came in My Front Door” by Homer Croy 273
•    “The Toughest Opponent I Ever Fought Was Worry” by Jack Dempsey 276
•    “I Prayed to God to Keep Me Out of an Orphan’s Home” by Kathleen Halter 278
•    “I Was Acting Like an Hysterical Woman” by Cameron Shipp 280
•    “I Learned to Stop Worrying by Watching My Wife Wash Dishes” by Rev. William Wood 283
•    “I Found the Answer-Keep Busy!” by Del Hughes 285
•    “Time Solves a Lot of Things” by Louis T. Montant, Jr 287
•    “I Was Warned Not to Try to Speak or to Move Even a Finger” by Joseph L. Ryan 289
•    “I Am a Great Dismisser” by Ordway Tead 291
•    “If I Had Not Stopped Worrying, I Would Have Been in My Grave Long Ago” by Connie Mack 292
•    “One at a Time, Gentlemen, One at a Time” by John Homer Miller 294
•    “I Now Look for the Green Light” by Joseph M. Cotter 296
•    How John D. Rockefeller Lived on Borrowed Time for Forty-five Years 298
•    “Reading a Book on Sex Prevented My Marriage from Going on the Rocks” by B.R.W 304
•    “I Was Committing Slow Suicide Because I Didn’t Know How to Relax” by Paul Sampson 306
•    “A Real Miracle Happened to Me” by Mrs. John Burger 307
•    “Setbacks” by Ferenc Molnar 309
•    “I Was So Worried I Didn’t Eat a Bite of Solid Food for Eighteen Days” by Kathryne Holcombe Farmer 310

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