A brilliant #quote from the #classic How to Win Friends and Influence People. Dale Carnegie consistently argued that the deepest urge in the human hierarchy of needs is the desire to be important. When we tirelessly serve others we place importance on them; we meet this fundamental need that is true for every person. #Influence always begins with honour.
3) This quote represents the Extrovert Ideal talked about in Part I of Quiet. Dale Carnegie is used to illustrate the first figure to promote the idea of being an extrovert. He started as a farm boy who wasn't a great speaker and transformed into a charismatic leader. The quote here follows this idea that the only way to make a difference is to be talking to others and sharing your ideas verses thinking about different solutions and expressing them in a less public way.