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El fin justifica la rudeza.¿Cómo llegaron hasta donde están hoy los individuos ricos y poderosos que mueven el mundo? ¿Son más inteligentes? ¿Más rápidos? ¿Más apuestos? Claro que no. Algunos hasta son bajos y feos. ¿Qué es entonces lo que los distingue?La respuesta es sencilla: son más malos. Eso es todo. Y si usted quiere llegar adonde están ellos, también deberá ser más malo. La buena noticia es que, una vez que haya comenzado, le resultará fácil. Siguiendo los pasos del maestro florentino, Stanley Bing le ...
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El fin justifica la rudeza.¿Cómo llegaron hasta donde están hoy los individuos ricos y poderosos que mueven el mundo? ¿Son más inteligentes? ¿Más rápidos? ¿Más apuestos? Claro que no. Algunos hasta son bajos y feos. ¿Qué es entonces lo que los distingue?La respuesta es sencilla: son más malos. Eso es todo. Y si usted quiere llegar adonde están ellos, también deberá ser más malo. La buena noticia es que, una vez que haya comenzado, le resultará fácil. Siguiendo los pasos del maestro florentino, Stanley Bing le enseñará a ser todo lo maquiavélico que usted puede llegar a ser. Le mostrará cómo derrotar a gente más inteligente que usted. Cómo hacer que los demás tiemblen y lloriqueen cuando usted entra en la oficina donde están. Cómo obtener lo que usted quiere y cuando lo quiere, sin importar si se lo merece o no. Sin temor. Sin emoción. Sin que lo apunte el dedo de la moralidad. Cercenando cabezas una tras otra.Ellos lo hacen. Usted también puede hacerlo.¿Qué haría Maquiavelo? Es más que una hoja de ruta para los que quieren llegar a la cumbre y quedarse allí. Es un sistema de vida que usted puede aplicar tanto en el hogar como en el trabajo. Una forma de mirar a los demás desde una distancia de varios kilómetros, como si fueran diminutas hormigas que usted puede aplastar. Un plan simple y detallado para aquellos que tengan el coraje de dejar a un lado la gentileza y la decencia para agarrar al futuro por el cuello y hacerlo escupir dinero, poder y un espaciomayor en la oficina.Algunos libros no son para cualquiera. Éste es uno de ellos. Así que empiece a leer. O váyase. Está empezando a ponerme nervioso.

English Translation: The aim justifies the rudeza. How they arrived to where are today the rich and powerful individuals that move the world? They are more intelligent? More expresses? More good looking? Clear that no. Some until are low and ugly. What is then what distingue?La answer is simple: they are worse. That is everything. And if you want to arrive where they are they, also it will have to be worse. The good news is that, once has begun, it will be to him easy. Following the passages of the florentino teacher, Stanley Bing will teach to him to be all the Machiavellian one who you can get to be. He will show to him how to defeat people more intelligent than you. How to cause that the others shake and lloriqueen when you enter the office where they are. How to obtain what you want and when wants it, without mattering if is deserved it or no. Without fear. Without emotion. Without he points the finger of the morality. Clipping heads one after otra.Ellos they do it. You also can do it. What would make Maquiavelo? It is more than a route leaf for which they want to arrive at the summit and to remain there. It is a life system that you can apply so much in the home as in the work. A form to watch at the others from a distance of several kilometers, as if they were tiny ants that you can squash. A simple and detailed plan for that they have the anger to let to a side the gentility and the decencia to take hold to the future by the neck and to make it escupir money, power and a greater space in oficina.Algunos books are not for anyone. This one is one of them. So it begins to read. Or it váyase. It is beginning to put to me nervous.

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  • ISBN-13: 9789501521825
  • Publisher: Vergara
  • Publication date: 3/28/2001
  • Product dimensions: 6.32 (w) x 9.44 (h) x 0.56 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2003

    Desde Venezuela, Fan N.-1 de Maquiavelo.

    Es increible, despues de leer este libro se te abre un mundo increible cuando te das cuenta que no es que hay que ser malvado en la vida, simplemente aplicar la malicia de manera debida para poder llegar a la cumbre. Disfrutenlo.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2003

    Útil, útil, útil.

    Después de leer este libro, uno concluye que el objetivo (maquiavélico) del autor, no es convertirlo en uno de estos desagradables personajes, sino entender su torcida lógica, identificarlos y saber enfrentarlos para que no le pasen la aplanadora por delante, logrando lo que quieren en base a mentiras, engaños, y prepotencia. El Camino del profesionalismo y la decencia parecen ser más lentos, pero serán más permanentes en la medida que Ud. no caiga víctima de estos personajes.

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