Listen to the companion audiobook, The 33 Strategies of War.
©2000 Robert Greene and Joost Elffers; (P)2007 HighBridge Company
The factors the author highlighted were very compelling. Well thought out. The examples however were highly concentrated in time. Would have liked to have seen some more modern examples used. Not for clarity's sake, just entertainment value.
People with bad intentions.
All of it.
This is just a book, for people, who have bad intentions, and this is a book who someone who wants to improve as a person should not read.
The mix of stories acting like case studies and the overall formate was very well designed to teach each law.
Galileo's change of strategy with the medici.
The Narrator had a truly deep and commanding presence with interesting subtle inflections and variations at key points. Overall, listening to his voice was like drinking liquid butter.
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