The Laws Of Human Nature Book Summary (PDF) by Robert Greene

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Why This Book Matters:

The Laws of Human Nature explains how mindset affects human interaction, and how practicing positive thoughts can realign their thoughts to benefit more than themselves.

The Big Takeaways:

  1. Everyone is susceptible to the power of emotion.
    1. If No one is free from actions driven by emotion or bias.
  2. Everyone is vain to some extent.
    1. We must learn to judge others by who they are, not what they look like, regardless of our internal want to do the opposite.
  3. Everyone is susceptible to seeing things the way they want, even if that vision is skewed.
    1. It isn’t uncommon for people to only focus on the situation right in front of them, becoming over-protective of their present moment.
  4. By practicing positivity regularly, you can help suppress actions that would otherwise hurt you.
    1. If you feel like you’re always messing things up, there may be an underlying cause.
  5. It is not uncommon to feel like we deserve more than others.
    1. Many adopt the mindset that they are better or deserve more than others, but it is an untruth that must be unlearned.

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