To win the "game of power" you need to be flexible and control your emotions
The best way to be successful in the so-called "game of power” is to constantly change your perspective on events and the world around you, and, even more importantly, to be able to control your emotions. Both a "negative" feeling, such as anger, and a "positive" one, such as love, can have destructive effects on a person’s climb to the top, as they are reactions capable of clouding your perception of things: rather, you must strive to remain objective in your judgments of the present, the past, and the future. You need to take a step back and analyse your own mistakes as if from a distance, learning to properly evaluate every circumstance, and modifying any ideas you may have surrounding the concepts of good and evil. Power is, in fact, like a game, and human beings have been playing it for more than 3,000 years.
The key ideas of "The 48 Laws of Power"
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