The 48 Laws of Power
Robert Greene
Contributed by Jack Shields
Chapter 43

Law Forty-Three: Work on the Hearts and Minds of Others


Greene emphasizes that there is the need to avoid a situation that may necessitate the coercion of others to engage in a given activity. Such a form only makes people develop some level of resentment (Greene 367). It, therefore, reduces the ability of such people engaging in the specific activities in a manner that creates the best outcomes. A leader, therefore, needs to work towards the emotions of his subjects to influence their work positively.

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