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  • Bullshit or life-changing?

  • Lots of practical information. Especially in this capitalist/corporate world we live in. You truly have to keep it to yourself if you're reading this though. Usually the types that share their interest in this book appear to be power driven and overly calculated which isn't the ideal individual in some fields.

    Besides that, incorporating 48 Laws is great along with other modes of thinking

  • Good for business. Bad for humanity.

  • I’m baffled at the cult following this book has achieved

  • pseudo-intellectual drivel. type of book for people who think they've got the capitalist system on lock but they're in debt with an MBA

  • This book is coveted by prisoners and inmates more than the Bible or any other holy book. S***s wild. Egotist Machiavellian principles that rely exclusively on contestable anecdotes and often contrast against each other. If you’re vying to larp as a fantasy warlord/criminal boss then this book is for you I guess

  • Im making my way through, alot of game in this book tbh.

    People thinkin this gon turn you to a Supervillan though

  • ASAKI

    pseudo-intellectual drivel. type of book for people who think they've got the capitalist system on lock but they're in debt with an MBA

  • People do behave in ways outlined in the book, especially in competitive spaces. If you want certain things like notoriety and influence then you’ll have to be in the snake pit for at least some of the process and it helps to know what you’re up against.

  • Some interesting points but it shouldn't be followed as a strict bible for your life

  • I don't know but mofos need to stop recommending me it...along with Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and The Art of War.

  • Jozu

    I’m baffled at the cult following this book has achieved

    Me too, tried to read it one time and thought it was trash...definetily not my s*** since I have a heart.

  • The book is just a compilation of more robust works of literature. Read its sources instead

  • it's not what it looks like

  • It’s a pretty good read tbh. I found some of his other works (33 Strategies for War) to have a bit more practical info though.

  • I really dont wanna be friends with ppl who treat this book like the bible

  • Former convicts read this book and think they’re masters of manipulation

  • It is helpful, but you have to actually be an intelligent person for it to help yo7

  • Some of it is common sense if you’re already a certain type of person.

    I’m reading in now while I’m at work just to be in the right mind state

    It’s not a bible but it will give you some good things to think about in business

  • ASAKI

    pseudo-intellectual drivel. type of book for people who think they've got the capitalist system on lock but they're in debt with an MBA

    Why does this describe everyone I know that subscribes to this book

  • I haven't read it yet, but plan on it soon. There's a reason why it's a constant with the elite out there; I'd rather know what they know so I'm not out there getting corporate f***ed via manipulation and s***.

  • Made me giggle

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