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Robert Greene has authored several books on a wide variety of topics such as Tax laws android gaming and many ancient biographies. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? This amoral, cunning, ruthless and instructive book synthesizes the philosophies of Machiavelli, Sun Tzu and Carl Von Clausewitz with the historical legacies of statesmen, warriors, seducers and con men throughout the ages.
Girls can crack guy jokes and men can stay on top of fashion trends. Just when things are about to get boring, be ambiguous and take a step in the opposite direction. Play hard-to-get not because it works, but because you should be. Lesson 2: There are nine types of seducers and they all have different dominant strategies.
While always being good for a surprise is a necessary condition for all successful seductions, people tend to still choose certain strategies over others. Greene says there are nine types of seducers: The Siren. As a woman, you can portray the ultimate fantasy for a man: an uninhibited, promiscuous, pure symbol of pleasure.
The Rake. The Ideal Lover. We all have broken dreams.
The Dandy. Most of us are trapped in societal roles. The dandy refuses to play them. By defying all expectations and curating his or her own self-image, the dandy shows us what it means to be free. The Natural. Our ideals are our childhood selves. The Coquette.
So we need to be subtle—congenial yet cunning, democratic yet devious. Learning the game of power requires a certain way of looking at the world, a shifting of perspective.
Green believes that by making your superior feel like they are even better than they are and better than you, will help you on your road to power. If you make them doubt their role and power, this will only discredit you and set you back.
He explains that your friends are easily subjected to envy, and are much more likely to betray you when presented with an opportunity. Greene believes that your former enemies can come in as more useful than your friends. This is because someone who was an enemy has a lot more to prove.
Greene believes that you should fear your friends more than your enemies. Obviously, your actions are prompted by your intentions, but never let them be known.
Greene goes as far as to recommend giving them false information, suggest that you are heading off in a different direction so that they get caught up in that. And by the time your intentions are revealed, it will be too late for them to do anything about it. Greene explains that powerful people say less, they often keep things vague and open-ended. This can be both intimidating and impressive. Greene emphasises that reputation is absolutely fundamental to your power.
If your reputation is strong, you will have influential power and the ability to intimidate. However, if your reputation is compromised, you become vulnerable and open yourself up to attack. Greene stresses the importance of making sure your reputation is resilient and untouchable. If you see a potential problem arising, address it before it can affect you.
And in order to maintain the best reputation, Greene encourages you to learn your enemies weaknesses and do damage to their own reputations. Greene explains that you do not simply want to blend in or get lost amongst everyone else. If this means you have to act big and colourful then do it, or add an element of mystery to entice more wanted attention. Draw attention to yourself. Part II: Create an air of mystery.
Do not show all of your cards. Other people have plenty to offer in terms of knowledge, wisdom, talent, and skills. Greene encourages you to take full advantage of other people and what they can offer. You need to act as the puppet master.
He believes that you always need to be the one holding the cards. Arguments are not a valid way to use your power, do not stoop to their level. You should be able to portray your influence and power through actions and demonstrations alone. Greene explains that always being needed and wanted is the way to actually maintain your power and independence.
With colleagues and employees, ensure that you never teach them everything or give them the authority to do everything.
They have to need you for something. Open-hearted gestures of honesty and generosity bring down the guard of even the most suspicious people. If you can be selective and time your honesty well, people will believe you are truly trustworthy, opening themselves up to the opportunity for you to manipulate them. And when you do, Greene encourages you not to give in the temptation to use your own assistance or good deeds in the past as a way to ask for help.
Instead, offer a situation in which the other person will also realise a benefit.
If someone can see that there is something in it for them, they are much more likely to agree. The best way to do this is to essentially pose as a spy, meanwhile, you are being a spy.
Learn how to get information out of people, probe them on the right topics and learn how to ask the right questions. So aim to be subtle and indirect. Greene believes that any social encounter should be used as an opportunity for spying. You need to avoid the risk of rebuttal. You want to avoid being seen and heard to often, it only makes you seem common and more approachable. Your predictability gives them a sense of control. Turn the tables: Be deliberately unpredictable.
And the reason we do is that we like to be able to predict whats going to happen. If you can act in a way that seems inconsistent and leaves people unsure of your intentions, they will be left in wonder. Not knowing what your purpose and plans are will leave people feeling unsettled and likely intimidated by you.
But in doing so, you isolate yourself, and Greene explains that isolation is actually dangerous. It means that the information you may require is limited and not as easy to access.
Greene explains that a better strategy is to surrounds yourself with allies and people, this way the crown can work as your shield. This knowledge will give you power.
As Greene points out, everyone is different and you cannot use the same strategies on everyone, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Greene warns against certain types of people, those who, if deceived, will seek revenge and continue to do so until they are satisfied. These are not the people you should seek to offend or deceive. Why are you angry, why are you being resentful. Greene talks about the financial crisis , and expands on psychological biases.
The author says that history shows there have been men of great rationality, which are proof that yes, we can be rational and increase our chances of success by becoming more rational. Chapter 2: Transform Self-love into Empathy The Law of Narcissism Narcissism has been on a steady rise in the last decades and it climbed to record highs with the latest generations.
We are all a bit narcissists. But your goal is to move to a healthy narcissism. In his usual historical examples Greene talks about Stalin. Stalin came to loath his closest friends because he had to play the charming game with them. And why should he be charming with anyone? This is an important lesson of how power can turn friendships into enemies.