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Mastery (The Modern Machiavellian Robert Greene Book 1)

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If we go into this process deeply enough, we come into contact with a theory that explains something far beyond the capability of our limited senses. At a couple of points I felt that he might be contradicting himself when he stresses how long it takes to get through the steps to mastery. Occupy the perfect niche: Find where your interests align in a field to identify a particular niche that you can dominate. By creating a persona that is mysterious, intriguing, and masterful, you are playing to the public, giving them something compelling and pleasurable to witness.

We find the excuse of “not having time” or fall into the trap of just wanting the acknowledgement of doing something new rather than really DOING IT! This book, Mastery by Robert Green wants to teach you how to overcome one of the biggest obstacles we face.

The book examines the lives of historical figures such as Charles Darwin and Henry Ford, as well as the lives of contemporary leaders such as Paul Graham and Freddie Roach, and examines what led to their success. Move toward resistance and pain: Once we get good at part of a skill, we tend to just do that since it’s easy and familiar.

After his work was completed he became obsessed with birds, and the idea brewed in his mind that perhaps a human could really fly, if Leonardo could figure out the science behind avian flight. And sometimes, knowing little or nothing about the process that leads to mastery, we don't even realize a choice is being offered.

This is such a great opportunity to have a closer look at what made the likes of Mozart, da Vinci and others into forces of nature that they were in their time and beyond.

Envy: It is our nature to constantly compare ourselves to others— in terms of money, looks, coolness, intelligence, popularity, or any number of categories. It is your evolutionary destiny to use what is unused, to learn and keep on learning for as long as you live. Rigidity: The world has become increasingly complex in many ways, and whenever we humans face a situation that seems complicated our response is to resort to a kind of artificial simplicity, to create habits and routines that give us a sense of control.For the angel’s face, he experimented with his paints and mixed a new blend that gave it a kind of soft radiance that expressed the angel’s sublime mood.

What will impede this natural creative dynamic from flourishing is not a lack of talent, but your attitude. Rather than being frustrated while on the plateau, you learn to appreciate and enjoy it just as much as you do the upward surges.

Each time a profile is incrementally built on, one has to read all the parts that were earlier presented, which is a ridiculous way to treat a studious reader. You adjust and perhaps move to a related field, continuing to learn more about yourself, but always expanding off your skill base. The Fact of Great Yield: “Better to look into ten such facts, with only one yielding a great discovery, than to look into twenty ideas that bring success but have trivial implications.

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