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Law 2. Especially if you hire someone or help them just for being a friend they will resent you because people want to feel like they deserve what they get. And they want to feel like they are the master of their own life. And, ironically, the more gifts and favors you supply to revive that friendship, the less gratitude you receive.
Law 3. Conceal your intentions Never let people know your true intentions. Law 4.
Say less than necessary Powerful people impress and intimidate by talking little. Law 5.
Guard your reputation Reputation is the cornerstone of power. Your reputation precedes you and can hand you victory without even going into battle. So make it unassailable and guard it with your life. Thwart any attack against your reputation swiftly before they can gather any speed or power and destroy your enemies by undermining their reputation.
Law 7. Let others do the work, but always take credit Use the skills of others to do the work for you: never do yourself what others can do for you. Send your troops ahead and walk over their dead bodies to enjoy the spoils of war. Law 8. Let them come to you, let them abandon their own plans, and then attack. Law 9. Much better to have others agreeing to your actions instead. Law Infection: avoid the unhappy and unlucky Emotional states are contagious, be them positive or negatives.
Avoid the unhappy and unlucky then and associate yourself with the happy and lucky. In this case, helping someone back up is an incredible way to form a super solid friendship, a deep bond and even boost your own self-esteem in the process. Learn to keep people dependent on you Never teach people enough so they can live happily without you, but keep them dependent on you instead.
The more people depend on you, the more freedom you have. Use selective honesty and generosity Be generous and honest once -to open them up and cover your track- and manipulate them once their guard is down. One good act of honesty can cover a dozen dishonest ones. Every occasion is a good chance for artful spying. Crash your enemy totally Stopping halfway will only make your enemy plot in revenge.
Destroy your enemy completely then, in body and spirit. Once you already well established within a group then, learn to disappear for a while to let people talk, gossip and miss you.
Learn to create value through scarcity. Keep others in suspended terror: cultivate an air of unpredictability Your unpredictability will keep others off balance. Taken to an extreme, this strategy can intimidate and terrorize. Read more here: Law It removes you from valuable information and makes you a sitting duck and an easy target. Move around instead, mingle and make allies: the crowd and your web of allies will make you safer. Deceiving or outmaneuvering some people will get you ahead and no negative reactions, but do it with some others and they will plot and seek revenge for their whole life.
Choose your victims and opponents carefully then and never offend or deceive the wrong one. Do not commit to anyone Robert Greene says that fools always jump to take sides. Do not commit to any side instead but your own side. Play a sucker to catch a sucker Make your victims feel like your smarter than you are. A second-layer application of the 21st law of power is to look weaker than your mark. Ben Shapiro does it often, here are some examples: Law Surrender instead.
Law Concentrate your forces You have more to gain by mining a single rich mine than by going from one shallow mine to another.
Intensity defeats extensive every time. Play the perfect courtier Practice nonchalance: never seem to be working too hard, your talent must appear to flow naturally Be frugal with flattery: learn to do it indirectly, by downplaying your own contributions Arrange to be noticed: you cannot display yourself too brazenly, yet you must also get noticed.
Often initially it is simply a matter of being seen. Pay attention to your physical appearance and find a way to create a distinctive -subtly distinctive- style and image.
Alter your style and language to your partner: the pseudo belief in equality -that you ought to speak the same way to those above and beneath you- is BS. The ones below will take it as a form of condescension, which it is, and those above might be offended without admitting it. Be self-observant: learn to be your own mirror training your mind to see yourself as others see you Master your emotions: as an actor, learn to laugh and cry on command when appropriate.
Disguise anger and frustration and fake contentment and agreement. Become the master of your own face. We flock to people who can give us good emotions. Re-create yourself Do not accept the identity the people around you choose for you.
Choose your own identity instead and change it as it fits you. Keep your hands clean Maintain a spotless appearance, never allow yourself to be mired by mistakes scandals. Use others as scapegoats when needed. Be that person who gives them something to believe in, offer them a cause, a new faith. Be poor on details but rich in promises and hope. Enthusiasm trumps rationality.
Gives them rituals to abide by and ask them to perform sacrifices for you. Doubts and insecurity will mar your execution. Better to burst into the scene with boldness instead. Bold mistakes are easily corrected with more boldness. Everyone admires the bold, nobody likes the timid.