Keep Friends For Friendship — From The Book “48 Laws of Power”

What do you think about this advice by Robert Greene?

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“Keep friends for friendship, but work with the skilled and competent.” — Robert Greene

I think the important thing is to work with someone skilled and competent. Only the person with…

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