悪いヤツほど成功する7つの法則 単行本 – 2003/9
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Sin to Win is a humorous and practical guide to using the seven deadly sins as a stepping stone to success. You will learn how to productively apply the seven deadly sins: pride, lust, envy, gluttony, anger, sloth, and covetousness to achieve your goals. Sin to Win examines each deadly sin, chapter by chapter, and shows you how breaking these sins can help you achieve the success you've been looking for. Packed with interviews, tricks and serious sinning advice, this book is the One Minute Manager for the devil in all of us.
"You want to be successful. Set out your aims.
Make good long lists in order of priority.
Now throw them away.
It's your achievement you must set out.
The difference between a loser and a winner is that between aim and
achievement." Marc Lewis --このテキストは、ペーパーバック版に関連付けられています。
And today after reading Sin To Win, Ive come to ask myself just that.
What made me buy the book was its gleamy evil look. I love books on corporate power and powerful relationships. A book I loved is Robert Greene's 48 LAws of power.
The next book i bought - Sin to win has been a complete disaster.
I havent read any other of the authors and pray i never do so.
The book has a feel of being written while under the influence of alcohol. Ofcourse the deadly sins are good but it didnt have to be proved practically on the content.
Some sections inspire. Like Anger and how it can be used productively.
But the rest makes me feel like eating my leg while piercing my ears with red hot needles [phrase taken from the book];)
Two most annoying features of the book are, one, the author talks of incidents and stories which are mostly unrelated to the context and worse at times contradictory to the point he is making
And two, the language.
I wouldnt want to be taught or even be spoken to by a person who loves using words like _... substitution_ and _nice, slow ... job_ in his text as if he was describing the engineering of a Jag Engine which he claims is made by Ford.
I would strongly recommend against this book unless the reader desperately needs to find a preson who is worse than the worst he knows
Capt. Jack Sparrow
pirate of the carribean
1. An interesting premise and concept is utterly ruined by content that is not worth sh1tting on.
2. The ‘bloke down the pub’ style of narration becomes tedious after about two pages.
3. There are no footnotes, endnotes, appendixes, references or anything to back up one single thing he says.
4. Any business applications read more like biographical snippets out of an inferior Wikipedia entry than anything approaching workable.
5. Like most middle-class lefties, once you peel back the anti-authoritarian rhetoric, the author is about as radical as a pint of Prosecco.
6. It is formatted so as to eke out the maximum amount of space with the minimum amount of content, complete with pedestrian advice and exercises.
Read anything by Robert Greene instead.