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First published in 1953, the advice that Dale Carnegie gives in this book is basic common sense, but it is combined with case studies, historical examples, and interview with business executives.) "Why does she bother me?" And she added, turning to Vera, "You'll never understand it, because you've never loved anyone. You have no heart. You are a Madame de Genlis and nothing more" (this nickname, bestowed on Vera by Nicholas, was considered very stinging), "and your greatest pleasure is to be unpleasant to people.
Go and flirt with Berg as How to Stop Worrying and Start Living as you please," she finished quickly. "I shall at any rate not run after a young man before visitors. " "Well, now you've done what you wanted," put in Nicholas- "said unpleasant things to everyone and upset them. Let's go to the nursery. " All four, like a flock of scared birds, got up and left the room. "The unpleasant things were said to me," remarked Vera, "I said none to anyone. " "Madame de Genlis.
Madame de Genlis!" shouted laughing voices through the door. The handsome Vera, who produced such How to Stop Worrying and Start Living irritating and unpleasant effect on everyone, smiled and, evidently unmoved by what had been said to her, went to the looking glass and arranged her hair and scarf. Looking at her own handsome face she seemed to become still colder and calmer. In the drawing room the conversation was still going on. "Ah, my dear," said the countess, "my life is not all roses either.
Don't I know that at the rate we are living our means won't last long. It's all the Club and his easygoing nature. Even in the country do we get any rest. Theatricals, hunting, and heaven knows what besides. But don't let's talk about me; tell me how you managed everything.
I often wonder at you, Annette- how at your age you can rush off alone in a carriage to Moscow, to Petersburg, to those ministers and great people, and know how to deal with them all. It's quite astonishing. How did you get things settled.
I couldn't possibly do it.
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