I recommend this all the time. Robert Greene structures complicated ideas and concepts in ways that are understandable - like he is taking my obfuscated thoughts and organizing them so that I can make use of my own knowledge, and gain more in the process.
It woke me up.
I love (audio)books.
I follow Robert Greene's work since I've read the great "Art of Seduction". By the way, I married my wife BECAUSE she read it almost in the same time as I did (we didn't know each other at the time), and, I found the book in her cabinet mini library. When I opened it, it was just like mine-- full of highlights and written observations...
But since then no other book from Robert Greene was as great. Until Mastery!
Buy this book and find out how to be a master, with many interesting characters and a very good trip to past and present... Worth the ride!
Learn to Master
The real absence of fluff in this book I found very refreshing. While it never got boring the author simply presented facts and relevant stories to drive the point, without making preachy.
When I was listening to this book I never wanted to put it down. I would highly recommend it.
This is my favorite Audible book so far.
This book breaks down the reality of what regular studies are....egular teachers are....regular managers are...regular jobs are..regular results are......then it gives you the option to see what is better and focus on a [ath that will lead you to Mastery. Its a must have!
the ausio on this book is poor. It is nothing compared to How the win friends and influence people. even when turned all the way up it is hard to hear.. takes away from the Audio purpose truthfully. it is as critical to be produced well as a hit record in a recording studio. Needs re done
Fantastic, Enlightening, Extremely well researched and well written!
Mozart, Ben Franklin, and all the historical characters.
This is a guidebook for life. It is a book I will reference always.
Just spectacular, this book is flying under the radar, but deserves much praise!
My first audiobook. It is really the great.
The narrator's rhythm of voice and speed of speech is very appropriate to visualise the story and catch the learning from it.
Yes, both of them.
It's not necessarily better than the print, perhaps at par with the book version. What makes it worthwhile is the convenience of listening to the book while I'm doing my work, which takes so much of my time from reading the actual book.
Mastery by: Robert Greene is another great tool in his ever growing library of classics in the making.
The funny thing about his books is that they build upon each other and by the time you read them all, you will know why he has released "Mastery". Can't wait to see what will come next.
Just finished first session of Mastery. Wow this book gives proven facts on how to accelerate your success. Well back to part 2!
Good book but the material is better covered by other writers (Napoleon Hill esp)
the main contribution Robert Greene makes to the story is, well, stories.
This is good and he is good at it, I have three paper books by him, this one however was reduced by Robert's tendency to reference the theory of evolution as fact. Get angry and defensive but it is still a theory.
odd way to phrase a question, I guess it's asking if I like his performance? He did a good job yes.
If you would like a nicely modernized Napoleon Hill and can tolerate or believe in the religion of evolution then this book is well written and I recommend it.