Mastery
by Robert Greene
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James Altucher's Review:

This book is listed in recommended reading list from 'The James Altucher Show'

But the first thing I do is read all of their books. Here are some of the guests and some of their books, in no particular order. I recommend all of the below books. If I didn’t like a book, I wouldn’t have them on the show.

ROBERT GREENE
http://www.powerseductionandwar.com

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James Altucher's Review:

This book belong to a list top ten books to expand your brain by James Altucher

This book is like a curated version of 1000 biographies all under the guise, “how to become a master at what you love”.

Ref: http://www.jamesaltucher.com/2015/09/books-brain-expand/

Ryan Holiday 's Review:

There is no living writer (or person) who has been more influential to me thanRobert Greene. I met him when I was 19 years old and he’s shaped me as a person, as a writer, as a thinker. You MUST read his books. His work on power and strategy are critical for anyone trying to accomplish anything. In life, power is force we are constantly bumping up against. People have power of over us, we seek power ourselves that we might be free enough and influential enough to accomplish our goals—so we must understand where power comes from, how it works and how to get it. But pure power is meaningless. It must be joined to mastery and purpose. So read his book Masteryso that you can figure your life’s task and how to dedicate yourself to it.

Ref: http://ryanholiday.net/reading-list/