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Michael Sporer

The overlap to the Carnegie book is something that immediately hit me also. It realy doesn't surprise me that true common sense is at the root of getting along.

BTW, the "No Asshole Rule" deserves the play it is receiving. It is as common-sense as it gets.

Red Ocean

I cannot help but notice the amazing overlap between every single item on this list and Dale Carnegie's book "How to Win Friends and Influence People."

I dare say it sounds like Mr. Packard's summary of Carnegie's principles and I suspect the source of inspiration for this list was greatly influenced by Carnegie's book.

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