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48 laws of power

A book by Robert Greene , ISBN 978-1861974044

Power is a deliberate struggle with circumstances that are beyond our control, it is the ability to turn adversity into advantages. What is power for? In order to gain confidence and assert themselves in their own dignity. And at least in order to compress reality into a fist and change it according to your will. Bold? Not at all. Because it's about success.

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How to manipulate people and gain power over them? This question was answered by Robert Green, an American writer and speaker, known for his books on strategy, strength and seduction, who, together with Jost Elffers, studied the three-thousand-year history of power, based on the philosophy of Machiavelli, Sun Tzu, Carl von Clausewitz and many other historical figures. such as Louis XIV, Talleyrand, Otto von Bismarck, Catherine the Great, Mao Zedong and Haile Selassie.

Based on the information he studied, he identified 48 laws of power. Many of which are highly controversial, one might even say immoral, and involve the use of manipulation, intrigue and lies to gain an advantage and pave the way for their own goals, power, honor and authority.

I hope you don't want to apply everything that Robert Green describes in his book.

The 48 Laws of Power PDF According to Robert Greene

Despite the fact that the described laws were mainly formed thousands of years ago, unfortunately, they still work and apply.

1. Do not try to outshine the teacher!

Make your teachers seem more outstanding than they are, and you will rise to the heights of power.

When it comes to power, trying to be better than your teacher (boss) is perhaps the worst mistake of all.

Never take your position for granted and never let the favors you receive go to your head.

2. Don't trust your friends too much, learn to use your enemies

You should be more afraid of friends than enemies. Friends will betray you sooner or later, out of jealousy or something else.

But make friends with a former enemy, give him a job and he will be loyal to you, more than a friend, because he has something to prove.

3. Keep your plans private

Keep people in the dark. Never reveal your intentions. Tell others about your plans and goals, only about fake ones. This is a kind of smoke screen that will hide your true intentions.

4. Always say less than necessary

The more you talk, the more you show up and the less control you have over the situation. Even if you say something trite, it will seem original if you make it vague and open.

You cannot take away words once they have been spoken. Keep them under control. The more you talk, the more likely you are to say something stupid.

5. A lot depends on reputation. Take care of her

Reputation alone can intimidate and win. This is the basis of power.

Always be prepared for potential attacks and prevent them before they happen. Learn to destroy your enemies by exposing holes in their own reputation. Then step aside and let public opinion hang them up. Doubt is a powerful weapon.

6. Attention at all costs

Stand out. Try to be visible, no matter what it takes. Better to be the center of attention than to be ignored. Never let yourself get lost in the crowd or forgotten. Attach your name and reputation to an image that is larger, more colorful, and more mysterious than other people's.

7. Make others do your job, but always give them credit.

This saves you time and resources. Never do for yourself what others can do for you. Your helpers will be forgotten and you will be remembered.

8. Make others reach out to you. Use bait if necessary.

It is always wise to lure the enemy into your territory, and then force him to abandon his plans.

9. Win with your actions, not arguments

Any short-lived victory you think you're gaining by arguing is an illusion. It's more effective to get other people to agree with you through your actions rather than your words.

"Show, don't tell."

10. Avoid the unhappy and the unfortunate

The unfortunate bring misfortune upon themselves. They also bring it on you. Do not try to help the infected, otherwise you will pay for it. Helping a drowning man will turn into a disaster for you.

11. Learn to keep people dependent on you.

Make people depend on you for their happiness and prosperity. "Teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." - DO NOT TEACH. To maintain independence, you must always be needed and desired.

12. Show Selective Honesty and Generosity to Disarm the Victim

One sincere and honest move will hide dozens of dishonest ones. Even the most suspicious people can be disarmed with gestures of generosity and honesty. Once they let their guard down, you can manipulate them at will.

13. When asking for help, appeal to the self-interest of people, not their mercy or gratitude.

14. Pretend to be a friend but be a spy

Know your enemies. Learn to look for the weaknesses and intentions of other people.

15. Destroy your enemies completely

16. Use your absence to build honor and respect

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