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How to Win Friends and Influence People – Free E-Book

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I truly feel How to Win Friends and Influence People by best-selling author Dale Carnegie helped a shy introvert understand human nature and gave him the tools he needed to step from the shadows and begin enjoying the stories and company of others on his own terms. Yes, that introvert was me, and now I want to give back a little by giving you a free copy of this motivational and personal development classic in ebook format.

Download How to Win Friends and Influence People Free

One of the first books I read as a young adult, interested in business, was How to Win Friends and Influence People. In the mid-eighties, (yeah, I’m old) I found myself attending seminar after seminar. One of those seminars was from a long-gone marketing program called A.L. Williams. The impressive speaker not only recommended everyone read “How to Win Friends and Influence People”, he even handed out free paperbacks. I don’t recall his name but I do remember that he suggested we read this book once a year for no less than five years – which I did.

How to Win Friends and Influence People is a phenomenal book written way back in 1936. This free eBook is the 1981 Revised Edition and it’s as powerful and relevant as it was thirty years ago when I first read it. There are hundreds of reviews online so I’m not going to bore you with writing yet another one here but I will recommend you read the book at least once. No time to read? Then listen to it on YouTube.

Download How to Win Friends and Influence People Here (.PDF)


But Wait, There’s More Free Ebooks ;)

Six Classic E-Books For Our Subscribers…

I’ve decided to give subscribers to the Hot Blog Tips VIP List five other classics:

  1. Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
  2. Science Of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles
  3. As A Man Thinketh by James Allen
  4. Acres Of Diamonds by Russell Conwell
  5. The Art And Science Of Personal Magnetism by Theron Q. Dumont

Each of these classic eBooks are in .PDF format and available for immediate download after your newsletter subscription verification.
Simply subscribe for these classic ebooks (The download links will be in your welcome letter):

Originally, I was going to require subscription for How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie as well but I feel that book is simply too important and I want everyone that wants to read to have easy access.

What Are Your Thoughts?

Have you read How to Win Friends and Influence People or any other book by Dale Carnegie? What did you think about it? Did you download your free copy? What about the other classic ebooks, have you read any of those? I’d love to see your thoughts on these e-books in the comment section below.

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  • Bako Yila

    what a great book. I’ve read this book more than 10 times and still not tires of reading it. This book will definitely show you how to make friends and really influence others. this book is for everyone, as we meet lots of people and each one has his/her own way o thinking. get it and you won’t regret it.

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      Glad you liked it Bako, I couldn’t agree more.

  • Tom Parker

    I have a hardcover of How to Win Friends and Influence People which belongs to my mother ( a present from her friend ). I remembered reading this whole book in just a day and still read it once every month until now.

    The second book is Think and Grow Rich, which I’ve read more than 15 times to understand the philosophy of Dr.Hill. Well, it’s worth my time !

    And, yesterday I bought “Outwitting the Devil”, which was written by Dr.Hill right after Think and Grow Rich, but for some reasons, it hasn’t been published for more than 70 years. A masterpiece, really.

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      That’s great to hear Tom, I’ll check out Outwitting the Devil. Think and Grow Rich is included in the subscription if you want a digital version.

  • Nishadha

    I have already read “Think and Grow Rick” and loved it. Will definitely read this one.

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      Stop back by and let us know what you thought Nishadha.

  • Ryan Kaufman

    hey Bryan

    that’s a great eBook indeed, a true best seller that changed lots of people’s lives (that’s what I’ve heard…)

    I’ve read it a few times (not from A to Z though), and I have to say that’s a classic… now, I see America has methods for everything… LOL

    I mean, how to win friends… isn’t this supposed to be a natural thing, do we have to learn it? :)

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      There’s always room for improvement Ryan. ;)

  • Scott Craighead

    Be Yourself, Done! I’ll check out these E-books though. – Scott Craighead

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      Hi Scott, thanks for all of your sharing. :) I’ll be sending the download links to the list tomorrow.

  • Chang

    Hi Brian, Thanks for sharing this book in 205 page eBook format. I have never read this book before. I have made socializing a important priority in the last couple of years and have been successful on most occasions. This book looks interesting and we learn something new everyday.

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      Check it out Chang, I think you’ll find it useful.

  • Tom Jamieson

    Hey Brian! This book is truly one of the all time greats and should be on everyone’s must-read list. Thanks for making it available!

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      Agreed Tom, thanks. :)

  • Sheryl Loch

    Well Brian, I know this will come as a big surprise to you, but I have not read any of those books. Could you please read them and just give me the non fluff facts? ;-)

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      Sorry Sheryl, there’s no fluff to be found in there so you’re on your own. ;)

  • Køge Rejser

    Thanks for sharing this e-book, looks really interesting, ill get back here after i read it and let you know what i think, and my results.

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      Please do Køge, I’d love to hear how you liked it.

  • Martin

    This is an incredible book. I’ve heard people mentioned it for years and years and thought the idea of it was so stupid. The way some people talked about it made it seem like it was a book for scoundrels or for socially awkward people. I didn’t want to be either, so I didn’t want to read it. Finally, a great friend of mine recommended it to me and I started reading it. This is a book for prople

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      You know, I can see how the title could turn people off Martin. I’m glad you brought that up because that could have very well been my first reaction years ago – I simply don’t remember. The title by itself does sound like a lame email we’d see today from an obnoxious internet marketer. lol

  • Joya Blain

    Thanks Brian for sharing this. I like to read this book Science Of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      No problem Joya, you’ll find the direct download link to the newsletter welcome letter. :)

  • Joe Hart

    Dale Carnegie is a social genius.His takes on society and interpersonal relationships are delightful for reader’s eyes.Highly recommended book.Read it once for great ideas.Read it twice for solid understanding.

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      I couldn’t have said it better myself Joe.

  • Abhijith V M

    Downloading it now. Will comment later about it after reading.

  • Jupiter Jim

    I have read this book by Dale Carnegie a few times and it’s a classic. I love the time his friends asks him after a party something like: “hey, you knew Joe was wrong about that fact, why didn’t you correct him?” And Dale made it clear that pointing out that people are WRONG about something does NOT endear them to you! I have bit my tongue many times over the years and saved everyone a lot of grief by NOT insisting I was ‘right’ even when I knew that I was!

    And I remember listening to Earl Nightengale’s narration of the story, “Acres of Diamonds” by Russell Conwell !!! Love the story and how the diamonds were on the guy’s farm the whole time, but he went elsewhere to search for his fortune!

    Thanks for providing access to these free books!

    ~ Jupiter Jim

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      It’s my pleasure Jupiter Jim. I think that’s a great lesson, one of many, taught by Dale Carnegie. It seems like human nature to want to be right and prove we’re right at another’s expense but that’s often counterproductive. There are exceptions, however, like someone getting ready to make a huge mistake like take the wrong medicine or turn the wrong way on a one-way road; then we should probably speak up. lol

  • Hieu

    Can you share high quality scan version of this book? This ebook here actually retyped! Thanks for sharing

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      I’m afraid not Hieu, we’re just making a PDF version available to our readers and we didn’t create it. You can actually buy a paperback version on Amazon for less than $10 USD. I’m not sure because of the book age but I believe it would be illegal to photocopy the actual printed book. Even if it wasn’t illegal, the quality would be very poor and, like I mentioned, the actual book is fairly inexpensive.

  • Kurt Steinke

    Reading this book was a life-changing event for me several decades ago (yes, I’m old). I’d moved into engineering management. I have an IQ of 170 (which doesn’t mean I’m smart about everything, as I was soon to learn) had two engineering degrees, and was a thesis away from Masters degrees in both. I KNEW I was the smartest person in the room, and tried to make sure everyone else in the room knew it, too. In short, I exuded offensive arrogance from every pore. I noticed that when I attended any meeting, everyone else in the room automatically opposed whatever I advocated, regardless of the merits of my position. I had a choice, I could try advocating what I didn’t want, to push people toward what I did want, or I could improve my leadership and interpersonal skills. Fortunately, I chose the second option and read How to Win Friends. That path took me from the “boss from hell”, to the “best boss I ever had”.