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Adapt them to your own life and situation and you will gain power.
If you really want to learn how to get power, surreptitiously even, then try the book "How to win Friends and Influence People", by Carnegie.
This book is a very good read, and it also has plenty of examples throughout history of power mongers.
The 48 chapter titles alone are worth the price of the book... If you read Machiavelli and Sun Tzu, you will want to read Power.Published 12 minutes ago by Tony Foglio
Didn't read it. Got through the first portion and found out it is total crap. Why would someone want to use this to try to get over on people? Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jason O Etheredge
Great book. I have read it, and I keep rereading it as I encounter political situations in my life. If you like business books and history, this is for you.Published 3 days ago by Travis W Linneweber
This is one of my favorite non-fiction books of all time--and I love to read and I read a lot! This book is a must-read.Published 4 days ago by Mark Henry Saft
A book you can read several times and throughout your life each chapter will have different meaning.Published 5 days ago by Liz Ulmer