Book Title: The 48 Laws of Power
Author: Robert Greene
Originally Published: 1998
The 48 Laws of Power Review
The 48 Laws of Power, written by Robert Greene is a book that can work both as a guide and as an advisor to a human. This book has 48 amazing laws backed up by historical events to prove how these laws work.
The amount of data this book holds shows how deeply Robert Greene researched for this book. Each law teaches you how to act and behave and plan so everyone around you succumbs to your motives.
Why This Book?
The moment you become the master of these 48 laws you get to possess such tremendous power over others that they start to bend to your will. Those who don’t bend loose.
This book teaches you about the power of seduction, secrecy, image, and mystery. With examples taken from actual events that occurred throughout history this book guides you about what to do and how to do it.
The takeaway from this
When I read this book I realised the things I lack as human. I came to realise how the mind of human works and how you can trick and seduce it. This book tells you about how keeping others dependent on you for almost everything can work to your advantage.
This book tells me the power of words. Speaking less and maintaining a mysterious image works to your advantage. The less you speak the more people think about your words and the more they keep you in mind, hence, you gain power over them.
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