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Give your new disciples rituals to perform, ask them to make sacrifices on your behalf. In the absence of organized religion and grand causes, your new belief system will bring you untold power. Enter action with boldness If you are unsure of a course of action, do not attempt it.

Your doubts and hesitations will infect your execution.

Timidity is dangerous: Better to enter with boldness. Any mistakes you commit through audacity are easily correctd with more audacity. Everyone admires the bold; no one honors the timid. Plan all the way to the end The ending is everything. Plan all the way to it, taking into account all the possible consequences, obstacles, and twists of fortune that might reverse your hard work and give the glory to others.

The 48 Laws Of Power

By planning to the end you will not be overwhelmed by circumstances and you will know when to stop. Gently guide fortune and help determine the future by thinking far ahead.

Make your accomplishments seem effortless Your actions must seem natural and executed with ease. All the toil and practice that go into them, and also all the clever tricks, must be concealed. When you act, act effortlessly, as if you could do much more.

Avoid the temptation of revealing how hard you work—it only raises questions. Teach no one your tricks or they will be used against you. Control the options: Get others to play with the cards you deal The best deceptions are the ones that seem to give the other person a choice: Your victims feel they are in control, but are actually your puppets. Give people options that come out in your favor whichever one they choose.

Force them to make choices between the lesser of two evils, both of which serve your purpose.

Put them on the horns of a dilemma. They are gored wherever they turn. Never appeal to truth and reality unless you are prepared for the anger that comes from disenchantment. Life is so harsh and distressing that people who can manufacture romance or conjure up fantasy are like oases in the desert: Everyone flocks to them. There is great power in tapping into the fantasies of the masses. That weakness is usually an insecurity, an uncontrollable emotion or need; it can also be a small secret pleasure.

Either way, once found, it is a thumbscrew you can turn to your advantage. Be royal in your own fashion: Act like a king to be treated like one The way you carry yourself will often determine how you are treated: In the long run, appearing vulgar or common will make people disrespect you.

For a king respects himself and inspires the same sentiment in others. By acting regally and confident of your powers, you make yourself seem destined to wear a crown.

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Master the art of timing Never seem to be in a hurry—hurrying betrays a lack of control over yourself, and over time. Always seem patient, as if you know that everything will come to you eventually. Become a detective of the right moment; sniff out the spirit of the times, the trends that will carry you to power.

Learn to stand back when the time is not yet ripe, and to strike fiercely when it has reached fruition. Disdain things you cannot have: Ignoring them is the best revenge By acknowledging a petty problem you give it existence and credibility. The more attention you pay an enemy, the stronger you make him; and a small mistake is often made worse and more visible when you try to fix it.

It is sometimes best to leave things alone. If there is something you want but cannot have, show contempt for it. The less interest you reveal, the more superior you seem.

Create compelling spectacles Striking imagery and grand symbolic gestures create the aura of power—everyone responds to them. Stage spectacles for those around you, then, full of arresting visuals and radiant symbols that heighten your presence. Dazzled by appearances, no one will notice what you are really doing. Think as you like but behave like others If you make a show of going against the times, flaunting your unconventional ideas and unorthodox ways, people will think that you only want attention and that you look down upon them.

They will find a way to punish you for making them feel inferior. It is far safer to blend in and nurture the common touch. Share your originality only with tolerant friends and those who are sure to appreciate your uniqueness. Stir up waters to catch fish Anger and emotion are strategically counterproductive. You must always stay calm and objective.

But if you can make your enemies angry while staying calm yourself, you gain a decided advantage.

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Put your enemies off-balance: Find the chink in their vanity through which you can rattle them and you hold the strings. Despise the free lunch What is offered for free is dangerous—it usually involves either a trick or a hidden obligation. What has worth is worth paying for. By paying your own way you stay clear of gratitude, guilt, and deceit. It is also often wise to pay the full price—there is no cutting corners with excellence. Be lavish with your money and keep it circulating, for generosity is a sign and a magnet for power.

If you succeed a great man or have a famous parent, you will have to accomplish double their achievements to outshine them. Do not get lost in their shadow, or stuck in a past not of your own making: Establish your own name and identity by changing course.

Slay the overbearing father, disparage his legacy, and gain power by shining in your own way. Strike the shepherd and the sheep will scatter Trouble can often be traced to a single strong individual—the stirrer, the arrogant underling, the poisoner of goodwill.

If you allow such people room to operate, others will succumb to their influence. Do not wait for the troubles they cause to multiply, do not try to negotiate with them—they are irredeemable. Neutralize their influence by isolating or banishing them. Strike at the source of the trouble and the sheep will scatter.

Work on the hearts and minds of others Coercion creates a reaction that will eventually work against you. You must seduce others into wanting to move in your direction. A person you have seduced becomes your loyal pawn. And the way to seduce others is to operate on their individual psychologies and weaknesses. Soften up the resistant by working on their emotions, playing on what they hold dear and what they fear.

Ignore the hearts and minds of others and they will grow to hate you. Disarm and infuriate with the mirror effect The mirror reflects reality, but it is also the perfect tool for deception: When you mirror your enemies, doing exactly as they do, they cannot figure out your strategy. The Mirror Effect mocks and humiliates them, making them overreact. Honest competition, you against me, and let the best win. Others believe in adding an additional element to the mix.

They believe that talent will get you only so far. They believe that they must prevent you from doing your best in order to win the day - that their best is not good enough or does not provide the sense of certainty they desire. They want to crush the "enemy" and secure what is "theirs. We all know these people. They often live among us, invisible to the naked eye, revealed only when the battle is on, when they turn their backs or leave us out in the cold when we need them most.

I learned about these people in college in a Political Science Seminar populated by some very ambitious Pre-Law students and assorted other scoundrels.

This was a great class, great teacher, great discussions and a wonderful rapport among the students. My eyes were opened near the end of the semester. This particular teacher had a rule of only giving out a set number of A's and B's, the rest of the class would receive C's or lower. The instructor pitted us against each other, we would be graded based on the rubric he provided and in comparison to our classmates. He would rank our papers and distribute grades accordingly.

For a group of kids looking to get into law school the possibility of getting a C was unbearable. Then the fit hit the shan! We were to write an extensive research paper using original source documents and primary resources. The limited number of materials available in our library suddenly began to "disappear. It was a feeding frenzy, every one worked alone, kept to themselves, trusted np one and looked over their shoulder at all times.

It was ugly! As a simple kid from a small town, I was heart broken. I had never witnessed that level of mean, self-serving behavior before. I reacted with hurt, anger, disillusionment and animosity toward the teacher and my peers.

While I still don't like the method, reading The 48 Laws of Power has helped me understand what was going on and why. People are complicated.

When we get pushed against the wall, when we feel that our ability to thrive is being threatened or see our desires within our reach, we sometimes resort to behaviors we would never consider at any other time. We do things that we look back on with tremendous remorse, regret and confusion. What get's us in trouble, turns us into victims, is when we assume others are using the same playbook we are.Please try again later. We believe that doing our best will merit promotion. You must seduce others into wanting to move in your direction.

The Code of the Extraordinary Mind. Never appeal to truth and reality unless you are prepared for the anger that comes from disenchantment.

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