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The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene | Book Summary | Readtrepreneur

(Disclaimer: This is not the original book.

Are you in control? Or is the power with someone else?

The 48 Laws of Power is an audiobook on mastering the art of indirection. It features laws that are based on the writings of individuals who have mastered and studied the games of power. Such writings have been in existence for over thousands of years.

(Note: This summary is wholly written and published by readtrepreneur.com. It is not affiliated with the original author in any way).

"Power is not what we do but what we do not - hasty and unwise actions that we repeat every day - and which ultimately bring us into trouble." - Robert Greene

These writings, which are intensively studied, have been created during the ancient civilizations in Renaissance Italy and ancient China. They all have similar themes and threads, which hint at the essence of power.

We all have power over our life. However, are you the very few who understands the art and science of power?

P.S. This audiobook is a collection of wisdom from the most well-known and powerful men throughout history. You are going to be much wiser after getting this audiobook.

©2017 Readtrepreneur Publishing (P)2017 Readtrepreneur Publishing

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