6 Ways To Make People Like You Part 2

S6: Ep 15

6 Ways To Make People Like You Part 2

In this episode, we continue the breakdown of How To Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie. After the previous episode, you may be asking yourself,” How do I make people like me.” Well, you can’t make anyone do anything. However, you can work to increase your likability. Part 2 of the book is focused on 6 ways to make people like you. This episode dives into the last three principles.

Affiliate Link to How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie

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Corporate Warrior Spotlight: Lisa Opoku, Partner, Goldman Sachs

Lisa Opoku currently serves as a Partner at Goldman Sachs. She is an experienced leader with 17 years as a Chief Operating Officer for Goldman Sachs in New York, London, and the Asia Pacific. Previously, Lisa worked as a Corporate Attorney practicing in Silicon Valley on venture capital financings and in New York on distressed debt transactions. Lisa started her career as a Corporate Tax Attorney in Washington, D.C.

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