Robert Greene’s Guide to Influence and Success: The 48 Laws of Power

Robert Greene is a bestselling author known for his books on power, strategy, and human nature. His book “The 48 Laws of Power” has become a classic in the genre, offering insights and tactics for navigating the complex world of politics, business, and social relationships. These laws are meant to be taken as observations on power and human nature, rather than as moral guidelines. It is up to each reader to decide how to apply them in their own life.

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If you’re interested in learning more about Robert Greene and his insights on power and strategy, I highly recommend checking out his other books such as “The Art of Seduction“, “The 33 Strategies of War“, and “Mastery“. Each of these books offers a unique perspective on human nature and how to leverage it to your advantage.

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2 thoughts on “Robert Greene’s Guide to Influence and Success: The 48 Laws of Power

  1. 🤯 there’s some serious masterclass stuff there…. I’m not saying it’s completely and purely manipulation… but some of those sure can come off that way…. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

    Another good one, thanks for sharing!

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  2. I can understand how some of the concepts presented might come off as manipulative at first glance. However, we must remember that the book is intended to be a guide to understanding power dynamics and how to navigate them effectively, not a manual for unethical behavior. The laws presented in the book are based on historical examples and are meant to be taken in context, with an understanding that they can be applied in both positive and negative ways depending on the intentions of the user. It is up to each individual to decide how they want to use the knowledge and tools presented in the book. Thanks for your input!


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