The Concise 48 Laws Of Power (The Modern Machiavellian Robert Greene)

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The Concise 48 Laws Of Power (The Modern Machiavellian Robert Greene)

The Concise 48 Laws Of Power (The Modern Machiavellian Robert Greene)

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Loved the book, very informative and interesting read. Here’s my conclusion….. if your not in the corporate world, such as Wall Street 😂😂 this book should be burned. This is just a guide to be the best narcissist you can be in a world that’s already going to hell and the wording proves that . Should have been a book to warn the few good people in the world how someone useless in the world thinks they are in the game of thrones for no reason. Reply Secrecy came naturally to John le Carré, and there were some secrets that he fought fiercely to keep, nowhere more so than in his private life. Seemingly content in his marriage, the novelist conducted a string of love affairs over four decades. To keep these relationships secret, he made use of tradecraft that he had learned as a spy: code names and cover stories, cut outs, safe houses and dead letter boxes. Some laws teach the need for prudence ("Law 1: Never Outshine the Master"), others teach the value of confidence ("Law 28: Enter Action with Boldness"), and many recommend absolute self-preservation ("Law 15: Crush Your Enemy Totally"). Trolling aside, maybe it's that the concise version dosent describe them enough or maybe it's just too dark overall. Wasn't my cup of tea. Law 36: Disdain Things You Cannot Have: Ignoring Them Is the Best Revenge: Sometimes it’s better to ignore things because reacting can make small problems worse, make you look bad, and give your enemy attention.

Law 20: Do Not Commit to Anyone: Don’t commit to any side or cause except yourself. By maintaining your independence, you remain in control — others will vie for your attention. You also have the ability to pit the sides against each other. Y si, algunas cosas son duras y criticables, pero esta en cada uno el aplicarlas o no, lo que yo siempre digo es que mas vale tener un arma y no usarla que tener que usarla y no tenerla. Laws of Power Syllabus" (PDF). Millsaps College. Archived from the original (PDF) on March 1, 2011. So what are the 48 Laws of Power, and how do you use them? These laws are for those who prefer to be players rather than pawns. To turn you from an amateur into a master player, Greene has codified the 48 laws of power based on historical examples of people who’ve excelled or failed at wielding power, with glorious or bloody results (or both). Some key principles you’ll learn: Use your enemies, keep others dependent on you, say as little as possible, take credit for others’ work, control all the options, don’t take sides, create a cult following, and don’t get your hands dirty.Have bought many copies for friends. So we'll written... Each law is bite sized with lots of interesting seques. Can read 1 or 2 each day and notice them being used in the world. Have read it though many times. Best-selling author and public speaker, Robert Greene was born in Los Angeles. He attended U.C. California at Berkeley and the University of Wisconsin at Madison, where he received a degree in classical studies. He has worked in New York as an editor and writer at several magazines, including Esquire; and in Hollywood as a story developer and writer. DisobedientBodies explores society’s patriarchal and capitalist beauty standards and calls on us to rebel against them! This is a powerful and inspiring new way of looking at beauty.

Law 41: Avoid Stepping Into a Great Man’s Shoes: If you succeed a great leader or famous parent, find or create your own space to fill. Sharply separate from the past and set your own standards — or you’ll be deemed a failure for not being a clone of your predecessor. Law 23: Focus. Succeed by relentlessly pushing and achieving each milestone you’ve set, one by one. Law 39: Stir Up Waters to Catch Fish: Always stay calm and objective. When you get angry, you’ve lost control. But if you can make your enemies angry, you gain an advantage. A solid reputation can double your strength and distract potential opponents from discovering what you’re really like. It increases your presence and your strengths without having to expend much energy. Law 6. Court Attention at All CostsLaw 39: Stay calm and don’t make decisions out of anger to avoid being caught by people who follow these old rules. Law 35: Use observation, research, and plain old trial-and-error to learn how to say or do the right things at the right time. HowTheTricolorGotItsStripes is a highly entertaining and likeable history of flags by Ukrainian ex-cabinet Minister Dmytro Dubilet and was originally published in Ukrainian 🇺🇦 Law 12: Wow, these start to get pretty scummy, huh. Victim? Use honesty and generosity to disarm your team members so you can trust each other. Everyone admires the bold. The timid are frowned upon. Consequently, you shouldn’t choose a course of action half-heartedly. Your doubts will become apparent and will tarnish your reputation. It’s always better to act boldly. Any mistakes made are easily compensated by acting even more audaciously.



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