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Don’t Criticize, Condemn or Complain

by Caug124

February 26th, 2010

Dale Carnegie’s Secrets of Success Principle from How to Win Friends and Influence People and the Dale Carnegie Couse: Effective Communication and Human Relations

Find out the right way and wrong way to practice the Dale Carnegie principle – Don’t Criticize, Condemn or Complain

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  1. Pablo /

    This is indeed, a very good piece of advice. Before I received my first pilot’s license, I was very surprised to notice that flight instructors never complained, condemned or bitterly criticized what pilot students – including myself – did, and believe, some mistakes are really potentially dangerous or very dumb. They offered advice and showed how to do things properly, but never, ever acted in discouraging ways. Later I found out that it is one of flight instruction principles for the sake of security and quality of training, and it works.

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