Excerpt from Robert Greene's \"The 48 Laws of Power\"
Middle Aged (35-54)
Bulgarian, North American
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the ending is everything. It is the end of the action that determines who gets the glory, the money, the price. Your conclusion must be crystal clear, and you must keep it constantly in mind. You must also figure out, figure out how to ward off the vultures circling overhead, trying to live off the carcass of your creation. And you must anticipate the many possible crisis that will tempt you to improvise bismarck, overcame these dangers, because he planned to the end, kept on course through every crisis, and never let others steal the glory. Once he had reached his stated goal, he would do with driven his shell like a turtle. This kind of self control is God, like when you see several steps ahead and plan your moves all the way to the end, you will no longer be tempted by emotion or by the desire to improvise. Your clarity will read you off the anxiety and magnets that are the primary reasons why so many failed to conclude their reactions successfully. You see the ending and you tolerate no deviation. Mhm. Authority. How much easier it is never to get in than to get yourself out. We should act contrary to the reed, which, when it first appears, throws up a long straight stem, but afterwards, as though it were exhausted, makes several dense notes, indicating that it no longer has its original vigor and drive