MASTERY BY ROBERT GREENE

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AUTHOR (Robert Greene)

 

Robert Greene is an international best sellers author for five books. His work include 48 laws of power, The 50th Law and Mastery. He is known for his books on strategy, politics, history, mastery, psychology and the novelty of his chosen subjects. In Greene’s books, he preaches the leanings of historic figures. Such historic figures include Alexander the great, Sun Tzu, Napoleon Bonaparte, Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci etc.

The Independent proclaimed Robert Greene “a modern-day Machiavelli.” Greene work has been appeared on several popular TV shows and his work has been published in CNN, Forbes, Business Insider, The New York Times and other famous magazines.

 

 

BOOK REVIEW (Mastery)

 

Mastery is the fifth best seller of Robert Greene. It’s a complete self-development guide that make you achieve mastery of any task or field. It is about how to become a master, and the book has done it with great effectiveness, precision and detail orientation. The stories of historical figures include in the book are Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, Benjamin Franklin etc. The book discusses every aspect of work of these incredible masters and teaches how we can execute their principles in our own lives.

Mastery have not overlooked any perspective related to your work, even those have minor influence on your work. The book have not ignored any of the detail, which people, who are beginners in their discipline need. Or even the one who has been doing something from a decade or two. The most famous teaching of the book is the 10,000 hours of practice, is the golden rule to become a master.

The book is an elaborated guide about mastery. As the book itself for those who are new in their practical world and lack the maturity. It has discussed every topic from how to spend your 20’s to the ways of discovering your talent. The other most prominent subjects it covers include strategies for apprenticeship, how to choose a mentor and even the social aspect which most such books on the topic lack.


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