Mastery (The Modern Machiavellian Robert Greene Book 1)

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Mastery (The Modern Machiavellian Robert Greene Book 1)

Mastery (The Modern Machiavellian Robert Greene Book 1)

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We are all geniuses in the making, short of hard work and the right luck, so believes the populist Robert Greene. Our current society works in many ways to lead us astray, but the path of mastery is always there, waiting for us. Aman la práctica, se rinden a sus profesores y no se conforman con entrenar o practicar todos los días. His sentences do not read like the simple, short, insignificant sentences common to many "self-help" books. To get to that next level you might be required to adjust your swing which will make you play worse in the near term but will greatly reward you if you stay dedicated to the practice in the long term.

Natural Powers: Give yourself open-ended time and focus, develop a wide understanding of your field, never settle into complacency, and embrace slowness as a virtue in itself. Unfortunately a mess of ideas and misconceptions (did you know that Albert Einstein discovered relativity due to spending a badly estimated 10,000 hours thinking about it over 10 years? Greene is not David Foster Wallace, nor does he wish to be—he includes just enough SAT words to read as authoritative but layman-friendly. After spending years in school environments, I've been feeling a bit let down and disoriented by the lack of something to accomplish on a day to day basis in the 'real world.Greene breaks this into two kinds of knowledge: specific knowledge of human nature — the ability to read people, to get a feel for how they see the world, and to understand their individuality, and the general knowledge of human nature, which means accumulating an understanding of the overall patterns of human behavior that transcend us as individuals, including some of the darker qualities we often disregard. The principal problem we face in the social arena is our naïve tendency to project onto people our emotional needs and desires of the moment. In the long run, the war against mastery, the path of patient, dedicated effort without attachment to immediate results, is a war that can't be won. We'll enjoy a much more energetic world when society stops forcing us to put so much of ourselves into that invisible bag. Love of your work, willingness to stay with it even in the absence of extrinsic reward, is good food and good drink.

The Authentic Voice: “Anyone who would spend ten years absorbing the techniques and conventions of their field, trying them out, mastering them, exploring and personalizing them, would inevitably find their authentic voice and give birth to something unique and expressive. In general, it is by standing out too much that you will spark this ugly emotion, and so it is best to maintain a nonthreatening exterior and to blend in well with the group, at least until you are so successful it no longer matters. Whatever your age, your upbringing, or your education, what you are made of is mostly unused potential. With its antidotal stories or the peak into the lives of people that used the Mastery method, this book is an enjoyable read as well as an easy learn of the keys. Play to your strengths — Supreme Focus: Mastery is like swimming— it is too difficult to move forward when we are creating our own resistance or swimming against the current.The more that I see attempted transformations at work I realize that a big problem is that 'we' don't have a clue about learning. George Leonard has taken this rarely practiced art and laid it out to us in a format so simple, most of us could read through it in a day or two. Whether it’s your career, recreational sport or your family, to sincerely be outstanding, you must dedicate your life to one of mastery to experience real success.

Even so saying, one of the greatest things about being human is the ability to continue to evolve, to learn all throughout our lives.Second, he goes on and on about examples of success and getting into that 'zone' where you are in the mastery zone and describing it over and over without any new insight. Some might raise eyebrows when told that in childhood their career field was clear to them, but Greene compensates with a “reversal” addressed to those who lacked such direction, or, later, to those without the capacity for social intelligence. Priorities do shift, and you can change them at any time, but simply getting them down in black and white adds clarity to your life, and clarity creates energy. It could be in the form of fear of failure, or in the form of disability, or the lack of knowledge we seek but the obstacle in the end is ourselves. First, it was meandering and long-winded trying to tie stories about evolution and human history to 'mastery'.

The first move toward mastery is always inward— learning who you really are and reconnecting with that innate force. Leonard gives us the tools to take what interests and excites us and to apply the keys to mastery to allow us unreal success. Even if we derive some satisfaction from our careers we still tend to compartmentalize our lives in this way.Mastery explains how to become successful by examining the lives of historical figures such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Albert Einstein, as well as through Greene's interviews with contemporary figures such as Teresita Fernández, Cesar Rodriguez, and Daniel Everett. There he met Joost Elffers, the New York book packager and discussed with him his idea for a book on power and manipulation, the ultimate modern version of Machiavelli's The Prince. Transform yourself through practice — The Fingertip Feel: If we are learning a complex skill, such as flying a jet in combat, we must master a series of simple skills, one on top of the other. It will bring you unexpected heartaches and unexpected rewards, and you will never reach a final destination. He served as President Emeritus of the Esalen Institute, past-president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology, co-founder of Integral Transformative Practice International, and an editor of Look Magazine.



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