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How to stop worrying and start living;Dale Carnegie

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Dale Carnegie wants to show how worry has been conquered by thousands and offer practical suggestions for leading a more positive and enjoyable life Worry free tips include Fundamental facts readers should know about worry A magic formula for solving worry situations How to eliminate fifty per cent of business worries Seven ways to cultivate a mental attitude that will bring peace and happiness How to keep from worrying about criticism Six ways to prevent fatigue and worry Personal tips from those who have conquered worry

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