The Power of Seduction

We all have the power of attraction—the ability to draw people in and hold them in our thrall. Few from all of us, though, are aware of this inner potential.

– Robert Greene – The Art of Seduction 

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Robert Greene is one of the great thinkers, philosophers, and writers of our time. His book, The 48 Laws of Power has sold millions of copies worldwide and is kept close at hand by political and business leaders. The influence its had on all, including myself, is revelatory.

However, Robert realized that in today’s times another form of power holds even more sway over individuals and societies. That power is SEDUCTION.

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I consider his book, The Art of Seduction, as a companion to The 48 Laws of Power and a must read for all. Whether you seek power or desire to seduce, having this knowledge is invaluable.

In fact, I feel it is so important to be aware of this “ART” that I am doing two episodes with Robert about it.

In our first conversation taking place this week on most of our PBS stations, (click here or on the tab above for times, dates, and stations) we examine the type of characters through history who mastered the art of seduction and the traits required to implement them.

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In part two of our conversation, which will air next week, we explore the traits you can develop to use the power of seduction and how it will benefit you in every endeavor and every walk of life.

The Art of Seduction is designed to arm you with weapons of persuasion and charm, so that those around you will slowly lose their ability to resist without knowing how or why it has happened. It is an art of war for delicate times.

Enjoy the episode and have a great week,

Barry

EPISODE LISTINGS AND TIMES ARE IN THE TAB AT THE TOP OF THE BLOG.

TO CONTACT BARRY YOU MAY E-MAIL HIM AT: Bkibrick@gmail.com

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