Never Put Too Much Trust In Friends

I am in the process of reading The 48 Laws Of Power by Robert Greene. This book is very readable and provides a lot of insight that anyone of any background can use. I’m up to rule 7 or something like that but last night I learned firsthand how much utility these laws have. Rule #2 happens to be Never Put Too Much Trust In Friends, Learn How To Use Enemies.

I’ve recently moved into a new house with one of my best friends, and 2 other friends. They have cornered me in a few confrontations since we moved in, and suddenly kicked me out last night. I never thought this would happen coming from someone I considered such a good friend, but that just goes to show how applicable the laws in this book are.

Now I’m stuck scrambling for a new place when I just put all of the money I had into rent for this place. As If a 40 hour per week job, a full college schedule,  and girl problems weren’t enough for me… I had 99 problems when a bitch wasn’t one, but now I have 101…


About Michael Le Clech

I'm an entrepreneur, DJ, mortgage consultant, and author living in one of the best cities in the United States--Seattle! I have a wide array of interests and plan on writing about whatever I see fit. I'm pretty laid back but I have an adventurous spirit and am very ambitious.
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One Response to Never Put Too Much Trust In Friends

  1. pia says:

    You’ll have to tell whether you’d recommend the book once you’re done reading. I read a book by him called The Art of Seduction, and I really liked it. He does a great job with his research. As for your 101 issues, I hope at least a few of them work out soon!

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