The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greenei learned to be eviiiilll with this book....haha actually this book made me realize how shady people can be. Plus how smart you and ambitious you should be about succeeding in life. You got to stand out in this world. If you roll with the bunches youll become lost. You always have to have a good reputation or if you have a certain reputation you better use it to your advantage (damn im evil hahaha). This book will expose and teach you alot about the real world. One of my first books i really read and enjoyed. it motivated me to keeping learning about myself and people. i highly recommend it.
18 ISOLATION IS DANGEROUS - The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene - Animated Book Summary
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The world is dangerous and enemies are everywhere— everyone has to protect themselves. A fortress seems the safest.
A fortress seems the safest, but isolation exposes you to more danger than it protects you from — it cuts you off from valuable information, it makes you conspicuous and an easy target. Better to circulate among people, find allies. You are shielded from your enemies by the crowd. He was even more powerful than Alexander The Great. He conquered all his provinces and unified them under an umbrella which is now the modern China. Ti lived an isolated life. His palace was built in an underground which allows his movement to and fro incognito.
Law Do not build fortresses to protect yourself — isolation is dangerous. One of the insidious dangers of going into Isolation is that you can end up using it as an excuse to delay confronting your insecurities and approach anxiety around socializing, particularly with women. You should be socializing as often as your schedule will allow. Interacting with other people will be the cornerstone of your relationships for the rest of your life, and like anything else it takes practice. On a Macro level, Up until fairly recently, China was in near complete isolation since the Ming dynasty. They were closed off to a lot of trade and development for centuries. Once they opened the doors again, they realized they had fallen far behind the rest of the world.