How to apply the 48 laws of power in life
The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greenei learned to be eviiiilll with this book....haha actually this book made me realize how shady people can be. Plus how smart you and ambitious you should be about succeeding in life. You got to stand out in this world. If you roll with the bunches youll become lost. You always have to have a good reputation or if you have a certain reputation you better use it to your advantage (damn im evil hahaha). This book will expose and teach you alot about the real world. One of my first books i really read and enjoyed. it motivated me to keeping learning about myself and people. i highly recommend it.
LAW 16 USE ABSENCE TO INCREASE RESPECT & HONOR - 48 LAWS OF POWER VISUAL SUMMARY (ROBERT GREENE)
Greene shows the laws of power and provides us examples of people who successfully followed the laws, but also the tragic stories of those who ignored the laws. Learn the rules and then trust your best judgment and ethics to use them accordingly. In the world today, however, it is dangerous to seem too power hungry, to be overt with your power moves. We have to seem fair and decent. So we need to be subtle—congenial yet cunning, democratic yet devious. Everyone must be treated alike, whatever their status and strength. No one will see your honest statement as completely objective and free of some personal motivation.
If you have any comments or questions, just let me know in the comments. Lots of good info here and lots of awful advice, so be careful not to follow everything the book says. PS: I made these guides for free. If you decide to buy the book, please use my link! If you wanna buy the book, which I highly recommend, please use this link. So please and thank you.
Fantastic stories broadly applicable to success in life, though a bit overwhelming in scope and heavy to work through. That said, it was banned from US prisons for a reason. In fact, you have more to fear from friends than from enemies. If you have no enemies, find a way to make them. Since honesty rarely strengthens friendship, you may never know how a friend truly feels. Friends will say that they love your poetry, adore your music, envy your taste in clothes— maybe they mean it, often they do not. Keep friends for friendship, but work with the skilled and competent.
Below is a cheat sheet (aka summary) of The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene. This book sounds kinda weird and evil (and sometimes it is) but it’s a fun read that tells the story of some of the most powerful people in history. Note #1: This cheat sheet is a good summary and is.
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Not to mention, the rules themselves read less like a guide to business success and more like a blueprint for quietly killing an emperor. As he told Forbes in , Greene wrote the book by accident. But after a number of rejections from potential publishers, his agent suggested making the narrative more personal. It also became a mainstay of s and early s hip-hop culture. The book is also recommended regularly by members of the bodybuilders.