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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Then again, so too is the path to mastery one of repeating meaningful thoughts and actions over and again until the objective is within reach. The book also provides some pretty in-depth case studies of successful apprenticeships throughout the ages, from Mozart to Paul Graham founder of Y Combinatorand through this tries to break down the specific stages of apprenticeship.

If they simply scanned the roberh quickly they could see a lot more, but this would overload the mind with information—too many details for such sharp vision. Steven R Gundry M. You are on your own.

Mastery by Robert Greene

I really enjoyed the biographies, they were a series of short, concise examinations of great people that was enjoyable to read. Here Greene actually makes the same case for the seductive lifestyle, but this time it is gravely serious instead of guiltily pleasing. De acuerdo con Robert Greene la vida cotidiana supone un combate permanente que se libra en todos los frentes. The right mentors will allow you to gain the knowledge of other Masters.

I would much rather take the path to accomplished and be nice. Curious about how to find your life’s task? To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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The connections do not occur. There are practically no scientific studies cited in this book, and very rarely do Greene’s interpretations involve any proof at all.

This desire within you is not motivated by egotism or sheer ambition for power, both of which are emotions that get in the way of mastery. Roberf that this reads almost like an academic text, the tightly spaced small font was difficult on the eyes.

In my view, it the most positive work maestrja the said author. It completely shatters the myth of iconic people being destined I spent almost as much time getting myself to write a review for this book as I have reading it.

The Plant Paradox Dr. Many of the great masters had an unremarkable upbringing.


They develop a resiliency and confidence that others lack. The information in books is not tailored to your circumstances and individuality; it tends to be somewhat abstract.

Indeed, I was impressed when I first opened the book to its table of contents, which is laid out as a miniature outline of the whole, with text summarizing the flow of the argument. Whether at work, in relationships, or in shaping the world around you, The Laws of Human Nature offers brilliant tactics for success, self-improvement, and self-defense.

I libdo a free copy from the Goodreads First Reads Program. Other reviewers here and elsewhere note that from time to time “Mastery” is repetitive.

Formas de pagamento aceitas: Furthermore, it has inspired me lobro take courage in my own Life’s Task, and I expect to turn to it again and again on that lonely but rewarding journey. They are passionate about what they do and most of the time they don’t care about One of the best books I ever read.

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Is the repetition of featured stories you know what I’m talking about if you’ve read it such a big deal? Because you will feel excited and curious to do more, learn more.

Change your mindset with this tool X Foto anterior. As such, we should look at the ideas in this book as just that, and not as hard-set rules, and really consider whether they are legit yourself.

But more robedt that, in blogs posts and things like Kirby Ferguson’s video series Everything Is A Remix – our culture has some powerfully wrongheaded ideas about the natures of intelligence, creativity, power, and many other forces, and our traditional educational institutions are ill-equipped to prepare us for reality.

Greene also interviewed a number of contemporary masters to show how thy fit the pattern too.


It offers plenty of examples so it’s more like a show than tell sort of approach, which I appreciated. A master is someone who, through long training and discipline, has acquired the ability to enter this state of mind at will, and whose work therefore has a characteristic stamp of authority and innovativeness.

The obstacle that holds us back the most.