Understanding Human Nature

About a week ago, I was watching some random YouTube video and a recommended video came up about Robert Greene’s new book, “The Laws of Human Nature”.

I was so stoked on this as Robert Greene is one of my favorite authors. I just thought it was strange because the video I was watching was completely irrelevant. It was a video about a gym challenge on pull ups, squats, deadlifts and bench press, where 3 guys had to do 100 of each in a certain amount of time. You can watch it here if that piques your interest.

Anyways, Robert Greene’s video popped up, which was an interview from another favorite author of mine, Ryan Holiday, who was actually Robert Greene’s apprentice at one point. I thought that was very cool and I feel that this random video was a hint from the Universe to check out the video and if that piques your interest, you can watch that interview here. And no I’m not sponsored or earn anything from the links I share, I just thought I would share what I’ve watched. That’s all.

Robert Greene’s new book is really thick and I think it may become his magnum opus. From what I’ve read so far, this book is definitely connected to his other book, “The 48 Laws of Power”.

I don’t really like to give out too much information about books or movies as everyone’s taste and experiences are different.  Plus I feel it’s a great idea to actually go out and watch the movies and read the books on your own. All I will say is that this book is great for those who love to people watch and want to try to understand why humans do the things they do.

And anyone who is interested in understanding “The Laws of Human Nature” without thinking it’s negative but rather educational and can see all the positives in it is definitely someone I resonate with. If you’ve read this book already, please let me know what you think. Cheers!

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