MASTERY BY ROBERT GREENE
Is there such a thing as natural talent or mastery is the result of regular training and repetition? This question has been concerning psychologists and social scientists for decades. In ‘Mastery’, Robert Greene explains this issue in great detail.
Robert Greene is the author of several international bestselling books. In ‘Mastery’, Robert Greene has analyzed biographies of different successful people, some of whom are considered geniuses. Some of the mentioned names are Leonardo da Vinco, Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein, and others. After deep and careful research of dozens or even hundreds of successful athletes, musicians, businessmen, politicians, and scientists, Robert Greene found a formula for mastery. The book is written in a style typical to all books written by this author. First, Robert Greene narrates a story. Then, he derives conclusions that support his judgments.
I enjoyed reading this book. Like all other wonderful books written by Robert Greene, ‘Mastery’ is written in a warm and simple manner. The author didn’t complicate the work with various complex terms and scientific data. This is a mainstream book that will appeal to readers of different genders and ages. You don’t necessarily need to love non-fiction books to enjoy this great work. Robert Greene is a talented story-teller, and this talent surely shines in this masterpiece.
I highly recommend this book to readers of different demographics and literary tastes. The book reveals the secret of mastery and success. I am sure the book will be very captivating to read. Second, you will surely get a lot of great tips and insights that will help you in your professional activity.