I checked the shelf but couldn't find a copy of the Art of War (maybe someday I'll read this book).
Another favorite of our patrons is the 48 laws of power by Robert Greene.
So let's see what I can learn from the reference copy of the 48 laws of power. It had better be good.
While browsing the book, I came across a few of these laws which caught my eyes:
- Law #4: Always say less than necessary. (Well said)
- Law #5: So much depends on your reputation. Guard it with your life.
- Law #7: Get others to do the work for you, but always take the credit. (I don't agree with this one)
- Law# 13: When asking for help, appeal to people's self-interest never to their mercy or gratitude.
- Law #15: Crush your enemy totally.
- Law #17: Keep others in suspended terror: Cultivate an air of unpredictability.
Signing off until next Monday- Panteha