7 Lessons I’ve Learned From Reading Robert Greene’s Work

One. “The end is everything. The end determines who gets the glory, money, and prize.

Two. “Never be distracted by people’s glamorous portraits of themselves.”

Three. “Everyone has a weakness. That weakness is usually an insecurity.”

Four. “It’s up to you to set your own price.”

Five. “Believe the opposite of what they say.”

Six. “The truth is generally seen, rarely heard.”

Seven. “Nothing in the social realm, and in the game of power, is personal.”