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Tips For Analysing

Tips For Analysing

Use these four steps:

  1. Collect data: What am I worried about? What is the problem
  2. Analyse it: What is the cause of the problem? What can I do about it?
  3. Make a decision: How do I decide?
  4. Act on it: When will I put it into action?

Or use Probability Calculation:

What is the probability that the things I am worried about actually happen?

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Psychology student with a passion for learning and developing as a person.

Dale Carnegie shares how to finally stop worrying and start living using the practical tips he collected from various people from all over the world. Please note that I read the book in German, which is why some quotes might differ from the English version.

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