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How this book changed my friendship skills. How to win friends and influence people summary

  How to win friends and influence people 'How to Win Friends and Influence People' is a classic self-improvement book written by Dale Carnegie in 1936. It has been 80 years since the release of this book but the relevance of this book is still the same. Over the years, this book has become a must-read for anyone who wants to improve their personal, professional relationships and social life. As the name suggests, the book will definately help you make friends and influence the people around you. The book is filled with practical advice and tips that can be applied to everyday life. In this article, we will discuss some of my favourite life lessons that I have learned from this book. This article is a compilation of the best lessons from the book and the best summary of the book 'how to win friends and influence people. Lessons LESSON 1: Show a genuine interest in other people: People are more likely to like you if you show interest in them. Ask them about their interests a

Why sleep can be the reason you are a failure

   Consider your past while you read this. Have you ever been taught "how to sleep"? They showed you how to clean your behind or use a spoon, but they never showed you how to sleep. You may pretend to fall asleep by closing your eyes, but do you know what time it is? I'll be covering the fundamentals of sound sleeping in this topic. This is  HUGE ​ The more/better sleep you get, the more effectively your metbolism works, the more muscle you gain, the more fat you burn, and the stronger you get. Sleep deprivation slows metabolism, raises blood pressure, boosts ghrelin (the hunger hormone), results in insulin resistance, and raises cortisol levels. A cognitive booster is sleep. A 20-minute snooze during the day is also highly recommended. If feasible, eat a meal about 2 hours after your workout. This is especially helpful if you train twice or more per day. Nevertheles, taking a nap too late in the day can mess with circadian cycles and make it harder to fall asleep at nigh