SS collection

Social skills collection !

“Biết phép lịch sự nghĩa là biết vượt tầm con mắt đừng thèm ngó bức hàng rào đổ nát trước mặt, mà ngắm những bông hoa nở trong vườn phía sau hàng rào đó” – from Dale Carnegie’s book

Well, some books such as “Dac Nhan Tam” (Dale Carnegie) or “Luyen Tinh Than” (Dorothy Carnegie) really help.

No wonder why Dale Carnegie’s book is always ranked #1 in the lists of “Top 100 books you should read before dying” , “Top greatest books of all time” , “Top 10 books for programmers in general” , etc. . .

( One of my greatest mistake was having underestimated that book, when I found it in my younger days – translated version of Nguyễn Hiến Lê. )

Ok, for some ppl who feel reclutant to read those books, I’ll collect some articles so that they can have a good start ;-)

How to be considered “modest” ?

+ Listen

How to be considered “subtle” ?

+ Pay attention to details

How to be considered “polite” ?

+ Be subtle and forgiving

How to be considered “approachable” ?

+ . . .

How to be considered “confident” ?

+ Be assertive and calm.

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