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The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene

i 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.
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The 48 Laws Of Power - 11 MOST POWERFUL Laws (Ft. Illacertus)

He has written Five international Bestseller: The 48 laws of power, the art of seduction, the 33 strategies of war, the 50 th law with rapper 50 cents and Mastery. So Today the book summary I am going to share is The 48 Laws of power. The 48 laws of power illustrate 48 laws America rich and powerful use to acquire and maintain power, Greene presents these laws with actionable steps for the average reader to incorporate into their approach to life.
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The 48 Laws Of Power Summary By Robert Greene – 2019 Update

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. Law 1 : Never outshine the master.



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5 thoughts on “The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene

  1. All 48 of the Laws of Power, my notes on them, and more details to help you quickly learn or review these timeless lessons from Robert Greene.

  2. Summaries, high-level notes, ratings and detailed notes for books I've read across a wide range of topics, from entrepreneurship to marketing to philosophy.

  3. Fantastic stories broadly applicable to success in life, though a bit overwhelming in scope and heavy to work through.

  4. In your desire to please or impress them, do not go too far in displaying your talents or you might accomplish the opposite — inspire fear and insecurity.

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