This is my first "Robert Greene" book. I would say this is a must read for anyone whom wants a better understanding of what Curtis Jackson aka 50 Cent experienced. Honestly, if you grew up through the 80's you'll have a better appreciation for this book. This was the time of the street hustlers for people now who are in their late 30's or early 40's. It will hit home for many as it did for me. Those of use who are "out" of the hood mentally will appreciate being brought back to it within the pages. You won't be disappointed.
I view this book as a guide for a startup company for those with an entrepreneurial spirit.
The "plays" in this book dictate corporate responsibility - which lends itself to sway human nature for corporatism. There are a ton a gems in this book, it's inspiring.
I enjoyed this book greatly, It answered the question - Is it just that people have all the money and then find a great idea? What's so much different than an "urban" kid vs a "privileged" kid. One part of the equation is exposure.
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