How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job

Book Reviews Self Help



Who could beat Dale Carnegie when it comes to self-help books?  His "How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job" offers multiple stories of people who have moved from boredom, frustration and fatigue into successful fulfilling lives.

This book offers techniques that are sound which have helped "millions" to improve their lives.  Some of these include learning essential work habits, overcoming fatigue, working with others people, having a good attitude, and developing a way to use and get respect from others.

The author treats every day as being exciting and rewarding with more productivity.  Chapters focus on finding peace and happiness, techniques for handling people, winning people to your way of thinking, changing people without giving offense or arousing resentment and includes excerpts from "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living" and How to Win Friends and Influence People" which are other best-sellers by Mr. Carnegie.

Reading this book reminds me that everything we do is affected by our attitudes and how we approach both life and other individuals.  You might need a little coaching about exactly how to handle specific situations but when you have the right perspective and develop a new approach while suddenly recognizing the talents you have - it will be an easy and rewarding adventure. 

This author continues to help people develop their strengths and abilities as they travel on their way to reaching potential.

This book is not only a "must read" but is a "must read again and again and again".  You will find your life taking on new meaning and a wonderful perspective that you didn't have before you turned the first page.


Dr. Linda Hancock, the author of “Life is An Adventure…every step of the way” and “Open for Business Success” is a Registered Psychologist who has a private practice in Medicine Hat. She can be reached at 403-529-6877 or through email office@drlindahancock.com


Older Post Newer Post


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published