• The Daily Laws

  • 366 Meditations on Power, Seduction, Mastery, Strategy and Human Nature
  • By: Robert Greene
  • Narrated by: Fred Sanders, Robert Greene
  • Length: 12 hrs and 58 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (24 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Over the last 22 years, Robert Greene has provided insights into every aspect of being human, whether that be getting what you want, understanding others' motivations, mastering your impulses or recognizing strengths and weaknesses. The Daily Laws distills that wisdom into daily entries.

Each entry delivers refined and concise wisdom from one of his books, in an easy-to-digest lesson that will only take a few minutes to hear, as well as a commandment - a prescription or prompt for the listener to follow.

Not only is the The Daily Laws the perfect entry point for those new to Greene's penetrating insight but it will also help the many Greene fans throughout the world to understand and internalize the many lessons that fill his books. It is a guide to a lifetime of understanding and re-understanding power, seduction, strategy, psychology and human nature.

©2021 Robert Greene Inc (P)2021 Hachette Audio UK

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Not worth your money

It’s basically a waste of money. You won’t get anything of value from this book. The chapters are very short and if you have read his other books this one will be a complete disappointment.

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Summary of Robert Greene's life work

This is book is basically a summary of all Robert Greene's work set out on a page a day. I would suggest reading his other books first for anyone to make sense out of it. If you're a fan of Robert Greene, this is a must have as a reminder of how to put his work to practise. I love how each daily page is referenced to an event, a book or piece of work that he has done. Would definitely buy the physical book as well.

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A Guidebook to Life

A life changing book that covers every aspect of human nature, life, psychology and meaning. I can’t recommend this enough.

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  • Amazoncustomer101
  • 10-09-21

The best possible summary of all of his work

I'm getting all I want and more from this book.

The other review has no idea what they're talking about as this book essentially is a summation of all of Robert Greenes prior books.

Narration is fantastic, also.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-01-21

Another Thought Provoking Book from Robert Greene

Robert Greene truly knows how to write books which evoke wonder and also describes at the core how we live as people.

A great listen and the daily laws are very interesting to say the least!

Definitely worth a read or listen

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-14-21

Another masterpiece

Highly inspiring thank you Robert Greene. This book is a great complement to Greene’s other books.

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  • Sina Madani
  • 01-12-22

Dense and valuable lessons, gimmicky format

I've listened to a few of Robert's audiobooks, and this one is essentially a copy-paste of various sections from them, grouped by certain themes per month. Whilst the content is solid, it's really annoying to have to listen to the date, followed at the end by the original source. I listened to the audiobook as normal, not one day per law as the book recommends.
The narration is excellent and we even hear from Robert himself at the start of each month, but there's no real story and the lessons don't always follow naturally from each other.

Overall I think the content here is absolutely brilliant, especially if you're unfamiliar with Robert's previous works, but you won't find anything new if you are and it would be better formatted as a reference textbook rather than an audiobook.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-16-21

Beautiful work of art.

The book is evidently well written. I love Robert Greene’s way of conveying his message. The book touches upon subjects such as psychology (narcissism,empathy, emotional mastery…etc) and philosophy (meditation, non-duality, cultivating true power). The book is generally fantastic especially if you are trying to craft your mind to a higher state of being and transcend your overall outlook on reality. Definitely a book to read/listen if your aim is to take full responsibility of the totality of your being.

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  • Shukran
  • 10-07-21

Unrealistic advice

Robert Greene has gone down the unrealistic route with his advice, laws of 48 powers is a great book but now all his books are just unrealistic.

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  • 12-08-21

Pretty good. But if you paid attention to other books, not much here

Pretty good. Somewhat useful reminders. But I think bookmarking and revisiting the main books is better… not sure I learned much or needed the repetition

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-10-22

Worth reading

I’ve been reading so many books for years now and there is no book that is so captivating like this one.
Not only that, it’s so much wise words and stories it’s remarkable.
I promise one thing, you don’t need to continue reading reviews.
Buy the book and press play!

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  • Amr Elhadd
  • 08-03-22

consistent

always needed and an incredible summary of all his works in the past and present

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-17-22

short quotes and lists

could not finnish this. the words: daily law # is said at least once every thirty seconds it seems. this is not a book, but some notes or something.

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  • Joshua
  • 11-08-21

Greene never disappoints

Greene's masterpieces are the only books I read over and over, and after 10 years of living by them as something like that of a code, we now have a daily meditation in a summarised version of his best chapters plus extra hints from his next book on the sublime!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-19-21

so insightful

absolutely loved this book.
so practical and relevant.
can't wait to start Laws of Nature oh wait!
I have already
great work. loved loved loved it

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  • Andrew Ko
  • 02-09-22

Kind of like the "best of Robert Greene"

This is like a compilation of the best of Robert Greene's previous books.
Each point (365) was too short and it was like bullet points. Not sure if there was enough detail to be useful.

Mentioning each date of the year (365 days) was unnecessary.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-29-21

Another great listen by Robert

Have heard many of these before, but they were organized together to offer a vast amount of insight into a concise package.

Thanks once again Robert for helping all of us to understand our world and help us navigate through our own journeys.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-03-22

compelling

gripping from start to finish and a must for lateral thinkers.

the tackles many psychological problems and questions we ask ourselves about how to frame our lives better.

it uses historical references to make us dive deeper into our nature as humans as a whole. I received a lot of inspiration from this book and made me think a lot about things relating work, relationships, religion and life in general.

well written, entertaining and funny and gripping for those with a short attention span like myself