Top positive review
All men die but not all men live.
Reviewed in the United States on October 12, 2021
I was introduced to Robert by a friend years ago and first of all to those that don’t know him, Robert is the kindest person I know.
This book like all his other books come with dosage of wisdom that you as a reader will only appreciate to fullest if you meet these criteria:
1. You deal with people
2. You deal with reality
3. You accept that life is full of randomness
4. You know that people reveal their true self in worst situations
5. Dynamics of interaction change when you involve money, women, and power.
Remember being on top means you have to know the game and how to play the game, else you will be played.
This is a great book with all his other books.
I also recommend you guys read, The Servant. If you want to take your game a notch up.
Last but not least, after reading all of Robert's work and having personally met him here's one of my biggest takeaway:
Be Silent. Silence is GOLD. The less you talk the less people know about you the more you know about them. And the more of an edge you can get over them. This is so true in an environment where everyone is looking to one-up!