Have you read the book called 48 Laws of Power?

@cNotable (894)
United States
March 2, 2007 5:57pm CST
Have you read this book called the 48 laws of power? It is pretty interesting. It is sort of like a modern day version of Machiavelli's "The Prince," in that it is about how to manipulate others and gain power. It is kind of tongue in cheeck but really entertaining and interesting.
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@Ca8680 (26)
• United States
25 Mar 07
Yes i have read this book i think its one of the books available for modern day strategy. I like it and i study it and i want to envelope into my brain and just stay there. I read this book and art of war to shape my mind so i can strategically 100% of the time.
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@msqtech (15075)
• United States
30 Mar 07
It is not good to always be on guard. Sometime we have to relax and we need a safe place.
19 Jul 08
Afetr reading your post I did some research into it. It was interesting, and gave a few good insights into people and situations. I don't know if I would use a lot of the rules though. But some were practical. Thank you for introducing me to them. xx
@ChronoZ (41)
• Philippines
30 Dec 07
It is a very interesting book! I've read & used this book (48 Laws Of Power)as may preference in leadership studies, based on networking. do you said manipulate others and gain power? Well actually you are right, but in other terms it means motivating your fallower to do whats things good for them, in order to make it truly possible. Leadership is masterpiece, it is very important to consider you are your own master.
• India
17 Apr 07
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@msqtech (15075)
• United States
30 Mar 07
I think it is best to be honest. But to learn of others manipulation is to be armed with a method of defense.