Less is More: The Power of Saying Less

In The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene, the 4th law reads “always say less than necessary”. The idea behind this law is that the less you say, the more powerful your words come across– and the less likely you are to say something foolish. Many of us stress about what to say, whenContinue reading “Less is More: The Power of Saying Less”

Conceal Your Intentions– The 3rd Law of Power, Simplified

See Law 1 Here See Law 2 Here This is the 3rd installment of my reviews over the 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene, and already I’m starting to feel intimidated by the absolute manipulation being taught. With that said, I present the 3rd law: Conceal your intentions. The chapter starts of with thisContinue reading “Conceal Your Intentions– The 3rd Law of Power, Simplified”

A Take on the Second Law of Power:

A Case for Keeping Enemies In my second installment of this series on Robert Greene’s The 48 Laws of Power, we have Law #2:  Never put too much trust in friends, learn how to use enemies. Upon reading this rule, I was very confused. Why would you choose an enemy over a friend? To showContinue reading “A Take on the Second Law of Power:”

On the First Law of Power: 

The Case for Kissing Ass The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene is one of the most controversial books I’ve had the pleasure of owning. Upon hearing of several prisons banning the book in fear of prisoners employing the topics within, my interest was piqued. I headed straight to Amazon, and saw a vividContinue reading “On the First Law of Power: “