Maestría (Alta Definicion) | Robert Greene | ISBN: Es el tercer libro de Greene que leo y es el que menos interesante me pareció. No logró. This book is in many ways Part II of my book, Rich Dad poor Dad for those My rich, but uneducated THE DESCENT OF POWER— – Robert Greene. Mastery has ratings and reviews. Tom said: Robert Greene’s The 48 Laws of Power is his most notorious work, so blatantly amoral that many of.

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But more than that, in blogs posts and things like Kirby Ferguson’s video series Everything Is A Remix – our culture has some powerfully wrongheaded ideas about the natures of intelligence, creativity, power, and many other forces, and our traditional educational institutions are ill-equipped to prepare us for reality.

Two main reasons why the book is so terrible. Hardcoverpages. Mastery is the process of gaining knowledge in the right waysin a field that you feel closely connected to, while in the process arranging support structures that increases your propensity of gaining that knowledge especially mentorsthen applying what rogert learned to certain projects, wi 4.

He does the same thing for historical figures who are known to be successful. Deified historical figures such as Benjamin Franklin, Leonardo DaVinci, and Albert Einstein are analyzed using his model to show how they attained their exalted status.

Dec 29, Richard Gazala rated it really liked grwene.

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It is instead a deep expression of something natural, something that robedt you at birth as unique. Trust me, go ahead and read it.

Dec 15, Arjun Ravichandran rated it liked it. Does he greenne, like Goethe foretold, that our information overload is leading to cultural decay? The idea of a Life’s Task brought to mind a comparison with Sacred Contracts: I kept reading, hoping to find some nuggets but A Mentor can compress your path to mastery by years and decades.

Mastery by Robert Greene

Nov 24, Mead rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mastery is not a function of genius or a miracle 2. With this seminal text as a freene, readers will learn how to unlock the passion within and become masters.

Jan 02, Olly rated it did not like it Shelves: Think of the book as a sprawling summation of many of his previous themes and motifs.


Second, he goes on and on about examples of success and getting meastria that ‘zone’ where you are in the mastery zone and describing it over and over without any new insight.

Drawing lessons from the lives of accomplished people, this book offers practical, organized advice for how to realize your own Life’s Task. But still, its never too late!! Consulta el anuncio del vendedor para los detalles completos.

There are a lot of nuggets in it that will allow the reader to reflect on the unifying theme of what Mastery is about. Our lack of intensity makes it hard for the brain to jolt into a higher gear. Robert has lived in London, Paris, and Barcelona; he speaks several languages and has worked as a translator.

The book has been a national and international bestseller, and has been translated into 17 languages. It struck me as being a manual for psychopaths: A Companion to Robert Greene’s Mastery. Robert Greene is the man!! In addition, he makes clear that there is nothing magical or unreachable about this process. Some of the profiles are interesting, but they are also repetitive.

It’s hard to portray the gestalt of this book, but it’s worth reading. While I found a number of flaws with this book, I don’t want to take anything away from Greene’s prose.

The Laws of Human Nature. Once on this path you discover certain side routes that attract you, while other aspects of this field leave you cold. Stories of past ‘masters’ are woven into threads of highly speculative narrative fallacies.

The road to the author’s mastery is to be a colossal jerk it seems. Understanding your environment is key, as is building the core skills such as focus that go beyond natural ability, since those core skills are more sustainable.

I won this book as part of Goodreads’ First Reads program in exchange for my honest review.


The child Mozart by age 10 had probably already amassed his 10, hours of focused practice due to his early monomania with music. By analyzing the lives of such past masters as Charles Darwin, Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein, and Leonard da Vinci, as well as by interviewing nine contemporary masters, including tech guru Paul Graham and animal rights advocate Temple Grandin, Greene debunks our culture s many myths about genius and distills the wisdom of the ages to reveal the secret to greatness.


I literally laughed out loud when the author tells us that people who are friendly when you first meet them at work are secretly plotting to take you down. El vendedor asume toda la responsabilidad de este anuncio. To want to gain recognition and whatnot at this stage is also robret distraction which is something I disagree with: Were you aware that Darwin though an underachieving schoolboy escaped the priesthood by being called on to join the Beagle, because he was just so passionate about his childhood jaestria with collecting?

Is the repetition of featured stories you know what I’m talking about if you’ve read it such a big deal? We’ve all heard the old adage “Practice makes perfect. There is still one section of the book devoted to the politics of “mastery”–how to deal with the envious, the lazy, and the clueless–but most of the advice concerns how to apply one’s own effort.


There is a section on getting the most out of one’s mentors, then ditching them, even with advice on how to get away from them. Read carefully, at least 2 to 3 times, there is plenty of meat inside these pages to set someone off on a new course.

And a lot of the time, our origins give us the right answer for what this might be—that is, what rohert are naturally drawn to. View all 4 comments. The quirky perspective yields content that is not fobert any of th “Mastery” is unlike Greene’s previous books, which were “The Prince” for modern times. This book, Mastery by Robert Green wants to teach you how to overcome one of ggreene biggest obstacles we face. I will continue to study and think about the ideas that Greene presented.

What I got from that is that the process of mastery is a long one, and most take a long time to gain meastria raw knowledge and intuition necessary for mastery. What did Da Vinci think on his death bed?