Court Attention at all Cost

2/5/2010




Court Attention at all Cost

"Everything is judged by its appearance;
what is unseen counts for nothing. 

Never let yourself get lost in the crowd
or buried in oblivion. 

Stand out. Be conspicuous, at all cost. 

Make yourself a magnet of attention by
appearing larger, more colorful, more 
mysterious, than the bland and timid
masses."


~ Robert Greene



The above in an excerpt from Green's
The 48 Laws of Power (1998), a best seller
that examines:

- one's ability to influence others,
  called "Personal Power", and

- those specific behaviors that lead to
  the accrual or the loss of personal power.


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