Maestría (Alta Definicion) | Robert Greene | ISBN: Es el tercer libro de Greene que leo y es el que menos interesante me pareció. No logró. This book is in many ways Part II of my book, Rich Dad poor Dad for those My rich, but uneducated THE DESCENT OF POWER— – Robert Greene. Mastery has ratings and reviews. Tom said: Robert Greene’s The 48 Laws of Power is his most notorious work, so blatantly amoral that many of.

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And of course you’ll need to love what you do otherwise you’ll never be able to put all these hours together.

Autores similares Primo Levi Contabilidad y finanzas para Dummies. Nov 24, Mead rated it it was amazing Shelves: However, here he opines that the means to achieve power are not deceit, eobert or self serving and narrow minded attitude, rather power is acquired by becoming a master in your field.

Maestría (Robert Greene)

Your Life’s Task is to discover your uniqueness, and express it in your work, the work only you can do. Well, certainly, to one degree or another.

Formas de pagamento aceitas: What are your personal values? Steven R Gundry M. Web, Tablet, Phone, eReader. So many other books on what drives success are so much better.

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Masters manage to blend their childlike spirit with discipline. In general this can’t be achieved on one’s own; one needs the guidance of a mentor. Best book I’ve read in a while, mainly because it’s one of the few books I’ve found on long-term skill and personal development for excellence.

Being that this reads almost like an academic text, the tightly spaced small font was difficult on the eyes. Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. Animals that possess such vision—as opposed to eyes on the side or half side—are generally efficient predators like owls or cats. Champollion tried to decipher the Rosetta stone for 20 years of his life, trying multiple time and learning from it.

But it doesn’t really take that high-level approach and translate that into real world-action The idea of a Life’s Task brought to mind a comparison with Sacred Contracts: Mastery entails the evolution of Robert Maestrla as a thinker and a writer.


Stories of past ‘masters’ are woven into threads of highly speculative narrative fallacies. This book sets out the 6 keys or steps to overcoming and obtain that power we are desperate to achieve.

These are just some of the stories from the book.

This pain will be expressed in bitterness and envy, and you will not recognize the true source of your depression. It is instead a deep expression of something natural, something that marked you at birth as unique.


This book goes through the life of various masters of our history. It completely shatters the myth of iconic people being destined for success by birth or some wild genius feat.

That’s a hard and humbling pill to swallow, but essential, I think. He does the same thing for historical figures who are known to be successful. It makes you feel literate and a little smarter for reading them.

Each time a profile is incrementally built on, one has to read all the parts that were earlier presented, which is a ridiculous way to treat a studious reader.

Mastery by Robert Greene

To want to gain recognition and whatnot at this stage is also a distraction which is something I disagree with: And that was mostly nonsense and For a book that received mostly stars on amazon and audible, this was particularly bad.

Robert Greene July 1, So, why should we believe in what Greene has to say? For Greene, the motive behind human endeavors remains the same, which is attaining power.