Books that will make you the smartest person in the room

I’ve taken my time to curate the best books to read now. The point of this books I’m about to review isn’t as dark as many people make it out to be, it’s more better than that. It’s an eye opener to recognize the slightest details on how manipulative people could be and use it as a counter attack. So grab a cup of coffee and get yourself ready!

1. The 48 laws of power by Robert Greene

This is one of the most famous books written in recent history. I read this book after I found out it has been banned in most prisons because it would give the inmates too much knowledge on how to manipulate the guards. I’ve read a lot of reviews online about this book, most of them are focused on the negative impacts of it. The author of this book, Robert Greene, noticed a lot of things working in Hollywood. He noticed what the people in power were doing. He then checked out history to see if there’s any connection between these powerful people and the ones he was studying, he noticed a lot of trends. Mastering these 48 laws and applying them in reality, one can be so powerful and manipulative. On the other hand, it can help you recognize them in people and be defensive to their manipulations.

2. The art of seduction by Robert Greene

This is yet another powerful book from the same author, Robert Greene. This is a very powerful but dangerous book. It teaches you to understand the human behavior to be a master of influence and seduction. This is a mix between a dark psychological text and a seduction manual for men. With this knowledge, you can be able to master how to delay satisfaction and thrall your victim.

3. The Chimp Paradox by Dr Steve Peters

Steve Peters is an English psychiatrist who works in elite sports. The chimp paradox is an incredibly mind management model that can help you become a happy, confident, healthier and more successful person. We all have a chimp and human mind. This book uses a simple analogy to help you take control of your emotions and act in your own best interest, whether its in making your own decisions, communicating with others or your health and happiness.

4. Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari

Homo Deus blends science, history, philosophy and every discipline in between, offering a vision of tomorrow. It examines what might happen to the world when old myths are coupled with godlike technologies such as artificial intelligence and genetic engineering. Homo Deus is not as factual and cohesive as Sapiens. It falls into the realm of speculation rather than trying to organize and make sense of the world. This book could broaden your sense of reasoning and most likely make you more smarter.

A lot of these books are very inspiring and can make you see the world much differently. I believe there’s no maximum height of knowledge, it’s an infinite journey. Start building yours now!

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