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Mastery (The Modern Machiavellian Robert Greene Book 1)

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And the aim of the over-length is to upload his ideas into the reader’s mind so that we ruminate sufficiently.

The pain and boredom we experience in the initial stage of learning a skill toughens our minds, much like physical exercise. But genius, no matter how bright, will come to naught or swiftly burn out if you don't choose the master's journey.With its antidotal stories or the peak into the lives of people that used the Mastery method, this book is an enjoyable read as well as an easy learn of the keys. Value learning over money: Einstein working at the patent office to give himself time to work on his thought experiments.

My first awareness of this book came a couple of years ago when I heard the soundbite that it takes 10,000 hours of practice at something to achieve mastery of it.And sometimes, knowing little or nothing about the process that leads to mastery, we don't even realize a choice is being offered. Transfigure their ideas: As you incorporate the lessons of your master, begin to adapt them to yourself.

The point is, when things aren't going well on your path of mastery, don't forget to check out the rest of your life. Submit to the Other — The Inside Out Perspective: We can never really experience what other people are experiencing. To get material on the contemporary masters, of whom there are nine in the book, Greene conducted in-depth interviews with each.You start by observing who is doing well in the field and trying to learn rules and strategies through your observation of them. He has an elegant writing style, like that of one accustomed to long periods of silence and thinking. In the long run, the war against mastery, the path of patient, dedicated effort without attachment to immediate results, is a war that can't be won. Just think what kind of world it would be if we all realized that we could be powerful in everything we do without being tense and rigid. Told through Robert Greene's signature blend of historical anecdote and psychological insight and drawing on interviews with world leaders, Mastery builds on the strategies outlined in The 48 Laws of Power to provide a practical guide to greatness - and how to start living by your own rules.

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