How to Stop Worrying and Start Living

How to Stop Worrying and Start Living

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Title:How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
Author:Dale Carnegie
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  • مؤيد حسن

    إن لم تكن قد قرأت هذا الكتاب فضع ما بيديك جانبا و ابدأ قراءته الآن !

    كتاب سيغير طريقة تفكيرك للأبد ويجعل الحياة أسهل وأكثر مرونة، ليس عن طريق الكلام الحماسي الذي ينتهي بمجرد الانتهاء من قراءة الكتاب... بل عن طريق التطبيق العملي والممارسة اليومية لمبادئ وأفكار ديل كارنيجي الفعالة.

  • Islam Sherif

    كتاب رائع بكل ما تحمل الكلمة من معاني

    على الرغم من عدم ارتياحي الشخصي لأي محاضرات أو كتب عن التنمية البشرية

    إلا أن الكتاب ده حالة خااااااااصة جدا

    الكلام نفسه غاية في الاحترام والاقناع والوسطية

    يعني لا بيهون من المشاكل الكبيرة.. ولا بيكبر من الحاجات البسيطة فوق ما تستحق

    مش بيتكلم على إنك هتتحول لملاك ما بيهموش المشاكل

    لكن بيتكلم بطريقة محترمة ومعتدلة.. بحيث يعرفك إزاي تواجهها بالقدر المناسب بدون ما تقضي على نفسك ولا تدمر حياتك

    أغلب المواقف اللي بيعرضها حصلت لمشاهير، يعني أحداث ممكن الوصول لأصله

    كتاب رائع بكل ما تحمل الكلمة من معاني

    على الرغم من عدم ارتياحي الشخصي لأي محاضرات أو كتب عن التنمية البشرية

    إلا أن الكتاب ده حالة خااااااااصة جدا

    الكلام نفسه غاية في الاحترام والاقناع والوسطية

    يعني لا بيهون من المشاكل الكبيرة.. ولا بيكبر من الحاجات البسيطة فوق ما تستحق

    مش بيتكلم على إنك هتتحول لملاك ما بيهموش المشاكل

    لكن بيتكلم بطريقة محترمة ومعتدلة.. بحيث يعرفك إزاي تواجهها بالقدر المناسب بدون ما تقضي على نفسك ولا تدمر حياتك

    أغلب المواقف اللي بيعرضها حصلت لمشاهير، يعني أحداث ممكن الوصول لأصلها

    مش مجرد واحد عمل.. وواحد أعرفه قال.. وسمعت عن حد راح

    الحلول اللي عرضها الكاتب منطقية لحد كبير، بحيث إنها ممكن تنفع مع أغلب الأحوال والمشاكل

    غير إنها "عقلانية".. يعني مش على طريقة البس في إيدك أستك تعاقب نفسك بيه.. واشرب بق مية مش عارف إيه والحاجات دي

    بالعكس.. بيعرفك إزاي تنظم تفكيرك بشكل كويس بحيث توصل لأقصى حاجة في إيدك إنك تعملها

    وبعد كده تسلم أمرك لله، وما تشغلش نفسك باللي مش في إيدك

    الطبعة اللي قريتها هي طبعة مكتبة الخانجي، ترجمة عبد المنعم الزيادي

    ودي الطبعة اللي رشحهالي بقوة الشخص اللي نصحنا بقراءة الكتاب

    ولما قرأتها عرفت السبب

  • Chhun

    I was so blue that I didn't have nice shoes to wear, and it was until I met a man on the wheelchair at the corner of the street. He didn't even have both legs. I helped him buy drink from the vending machine. I asked him if he was upset of sitting on the wheelchair every day. He smiled to me, "I used to be, but not now". "Do you think I can speak?", he asked me. That was a strange question. "We are talking right now", I replied unconsciously. "Do you think I can see you?", he continued. He made

    I was so blue that I didn't have nice shoes to wear, and it was until I met a man on the wheelchair at the corner of the street. He didn't even have both legs. I helped him buy drink from the vending machine. I asked him if he was upset of sitting on the wheelchair every day. He smiled to me, "I used to be, but not now". "Do you think I can speak?", he asked me. That was a strange question. "We are talking right now", I replied unconsciously. "Do you think I can see you?", he continued. He made me wild with his nonsense question. I was about to shout at him to stop playing these crazy questions with me, but I didn't. "I don't think you are also blind, aren't you?", I talked to him loudly. He suddenly smiled to me. "You see, now I can talk to a handsome boy like you, I can see my beautiful world of love and joy, I can listen to my favorite music, so how lucky you think I am". Chill ran through my spine as soon as I heard these words. "How lucky you are", I repeated.

    "What about me? Am I lucky?", I said to myself in my head. I even have my both legs walking on this soft earth. "And then what the hell I'm worried about?"......."Without nice shoes?" I laughed at myself.

    He totally changed my life, changed the way I'm thinking and used to think. No matter what happens, I'm still a lucky man on the planet.

    Thank you, Dale Carnegie!

  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    How to stop worrying and start living, Dale Carnegie (1888 - 1955)

    How to Stop Worrying and Start Living is a self-help book by Dale Carnegie. It was first printed in Great Britain in 1948.

    تاریخ نخستین خوانش: سال 1968 میلادی

    این کتاب در سالهای متمادی با عنوانهای بسیار دیگر نیز توسط ناشرین متفاوت منتشر شده است؛

    عنوان یک: راههای مقابله با نگرانی و اضطراب (زندگی در همین لحظه) دیروز مرده و فردا هنوز متولد نشده است؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: شیرین هاشمی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، هورمزد، 1389، در 340 ص، شابک: 97

    How to stop worrying and start living, Dale Carnegie (1888 - 1955)

    How to Stop Worrying and Start Living is a self-help book by Dale Carnegie. It was first printed in Great Britain in 1948.

    تاریخ نخستین خوانش: سال 1968 میلادی

    این کتاب در سالهای متمادی با عنوانهای بسیار دیگر نیز توسط ناشرین متفاوت منتشر شده است؛

    عنوان یک: راههای مقابله با نگرانی و اضطراب (زندگی در همین لحظه) دیروز مرده و فردا هنوز متولد نشده است؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: شیرین هاشمی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، هورمزد، 1389، در 340 ص، شابک: 9786005361131، چاپ دوم 1392، موضوع: نگرانی، موفقیت، انگیزش؛

    عنوان دو: آئین زندگی: چگونه نگرانی و تشویش را از خود دور کنیم به ضمیمه فصل چگونه بر نگرانی فائق شدم همراه عکس؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: جهانگیر افخمی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، کتابفروشی زوار چاپخانه امیرکبیر، 1329، در 264 ص؛

    عنوان سه: آیین زندگی؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: میترا میرشکار؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، قاصدک صبا: آویژه، 1386، در 452 ص؛

    عنوان چهار: نگران نباش زندگی کن: روشهای عملی مبارزه با ترس و نگرانی؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: رکسانا هدایتی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، کتابسرا، 1376، در 434 ص؛ شابک: 9645840082؛

    عنوان پنج: نگران نباش زندگی کن: ...؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: فرخ بافنده؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، پندار تابان، 1391، در 408 ص؛ شابک: 9786009292691؛

    عنوان شش: خداحافظ ناامیدی، سلام زندگی؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: رویا پورمناف؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، افزار، 1385، در 112 ص؛ شابک: 9647640684؛

    عنوان هفت: چگونه تشویش و نگرانی را از خود دور کنیم و بهتر زندگی کنیم؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: حسام الدین امامی؛ با مقدمه مهدی بازرگان؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، کانون معرفت، 1366، در 384 ص؛ شابک: 9647640684؛

    عنوان هشت: چگونه بر نگرانی و اضطراب پیروز شدم؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: علی ضرغام؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، قدیانی، 1379، در 392 ص؛ شابک: 9789644173431؛

    عنوان نه: آیین زندگی راز و رمز خوشبختی و موفقیت و سعادت: چگونه میتوان با غلبه بر تشویش و نگرانی، زندگی سعادتمند و خالی از دلهره و سرشار از کامیابی داشت؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم و اقتباس: علیرضا نعمتی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، افشار، 1372، در 240 ص؛

    عنوان ده: آیین زندگی: راههای غلبه بر تشویش و نگرانی؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم و نگارش: محمدرضا اکبری بیرقی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، اردیبهشت، 1384، در 336 ص؛ اندازه 17 در 11 س.م.، شابک: 9647727739؛

    عنوان یازده: چگونه از زندگی و شغل لذت ببریم؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: سید حسن حسینی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، قدیانی، 1392، در 247 ص؛

    عنوان دوازده: آئین زندگی: چگونه تشویش و نگرانی را از خود دور کنیم؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: محمود آذین فر؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، نشر آریان، 1366، در 295 ص؛ چاپ قبلی انتشارات اسکندری، 1363؛

    عنوان سیزده: آیین زندگی: چ‍گ‍ون‍ه‌ ت‍ش‍وی‍ش‌ و ن‍گ‍ران‍ی‌ را از خ‍ود دور ک‍ن‍ی‍م‌: روش‌ ه‍ای‍ی‌ آزم‍ای‍ش‌ ش‍ده‌ ب‍رای‌ غ‍ل‍ب‍ه‌ ب‍رن‍گ‍ران‍ی‌؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: میترا کیوان مهر؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، علم، 1385، در 462 ص؛

    عنوان چهارده: آیین زندگی: چ‍گ‍ون‍ه‌ ت‍ش‍وی‍ش‌ و ن‍گ‍ران‍ی‌ را از خ‍ود دور ک‍ن‍ی‍م‌؛ اثر: دیل کارنگی؛ مترجم: محسن علی مددی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، زرین کلک، 1379، در 352 ص؛ شابک: 9649170464

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  • Marnette Falley

    The advice Carnegie gives is all stuff you've heard before, but he pairs it with compelling stories about people who've taken the worrying to an extreme and who've totally turned their lives around by ditching their angst. Some of my favorite points:

    Fatigue comes from stress, not from work.

    Becoming wise is a path. As you go, remember that compassionate, considered responses make life more manageable.

    Contented life is a choice.

  • Sanjay Gautam

    This book (along with other books by Dale Carnegie) can be life-changing. The book takes the incessant problem of worry, head on. It says that

    . Worry doesn't take away your troubles but it do take away your peace, that's the main message of the book. He starts very scientifically by searching the causes behind the wor

    This book (along with other books by Dale Carnegie) can be life-changing. The book takes the incessant problem of worry, head on. It says that

    . Worry doesn't take away your troubles but it do take away your peace, that's the main message of the book. He starts very scientifically by searching the causes behind the worry, by taking many case studies. The advice given in the book are really helpful. Its a classic book that must be read if you are in depression and want to come out of it.

    Carnegie wrote this book into eight parts.

    Often we worry because we take the burden of both the past and the future with us today. That makes the situation look much more difficult. What we should do is to focus just on today.To solve worry situations, there are three steps you should do. First, ask yourself “what is the worst that could happen?”. Second, be willing to accept the worst if necessary. Third, calmly try to fix the situation you have accepted.

    To overcome worrying, you should know how to analyze and solve worry problems. You can do that by finding and collecting all the facts, analyzing those facts, making a decision, and act on it. We usually worry about something we are uncertain about. Once we get everything clear, we can see what we should do about it.

    There is one simple way to crowd worry out of your mind: make yourself busy. When our mind is occupied with work, we won’t have time to worry. I think it applies not only to worry, but to all kinds of negative thoughts as well. We will greatly decrease their influence if we are busy doing something constructive. Often we aren’t happy because we try to change things we can’t change. One should learn to identify those things and accept them.

    There is a “magic” way to cure depression: make other people happy. If you focus on how to make others happy, you will inevitable make yourself happy. The less you think about yourself, the more you will be happy.

    One more important Rule: Instead of worrying about ingratitude, let expect it.

    Carnegie wrote in his book that one day when his father returned from Maryville, where the banker had threatened to foreclose the mortgage, he stopped his horses on a bridge crossing a river, got off the wagon, and stood for a long time looking down at the water, debating with himself whether he should jump in and end it all.

    Years later, Carnegie Sr. told him that the only reason he didn’t jump was because of his mother’s deep, abiding, and joyous belief that if we loved God and kept His commandments everything would come out all right. His Mother was right. Everything did come out all right in the end. His Father lived forty-two happy years longer, and died in 1941, at the age of eighty-nine.

    Do your work as good as possible and then open your umbrella so that the rain of criticisms won’t touch you. Once I’ve done my best, I can be happy no matter what people say.

    One of the best teachers is your own experience. You can learn from it by taking notes of the fool things you have done and criticize yourself. If you constantly do this, you will constantly improve yourself.

    Dale Carnegie listed down the following six ways in his book: Rest before you get tired; Learn to relax at your work; Learn to relax at home; Apply good working habits (clear your desk of all papers except those relating to the immediate problem at hand; do things in the order of their importance; when you face a problem, solve it then and there if you have the facts necessary to make a decision; and learn to organize, deputize, and supervise); To prevent worry and fatigue, put enthusiasm into your work; and Remember that no one was ever killed by lack of sleep. It is worrying about insomnia that does the damage – not the insomnia itself. If you can’t sleep, get up and work or read until you do feel sleepy.

    While it may seem counter intuitive, one of the best ways to increase your productivity is to take rest regularly. Take rest before you feel tired. Doing this simple thing will energize yourself throughout the day and enable you to accomplish more.

    Learning to banish boredom is essential for happiness. An effective way to do that is by making what you do interesting. Even things that look boring can be made interesting if you are creative.

    This part contains many stories of individuals who applied the principles outlined in previous parts. There are also some new tips that haven’t been covered before.

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    Reading How to Stop Worrying and Start Living is like reading centuries’ worth of wisdom in one book.

    Highly Recommended!

  • Ahmad  Ebaid
  • Mostafa Galal

    أحد أشهر كتب التنمية الذاتية، وربما الكتاب الأصل الذي أخذت منه كتب التنمية الذاتية الكثير فيما بعد

    أعجبني أسلوب الكاتب المنظم والقصص التي عرضها بالاضافة إلى العديد من النصائح العملية التي يقدمها للقراء

  • مريم عادل

    محتوى الكتاب مشابه إلى حد كبير مع محتوى كثير من كتب التنمية الذاتية التي قرأتها من قبل، لكنه لا يخلو من الفائدة

    انصح بقراءته لمن يقرأ في التنمية الذاتية للمرة الاولى

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