By Jeff Damulira
The favourite information of this law is about Robert Greene stating that even the most powerful person is locked inside needs of his own and if you make no appeal to his self interest; he merely sees you as desperate or at best a waste of time. Basically, the law is based on reciprocal dealings with others. For example, I was reading The Winston Wizard book and I was amused on the story of the greatest double agent during world war 2— Juan Pujol Garcia. Nevertheless, he tried to get accepted as agent for the secret services in Britain and initially got rejected. Then, he charmed his way into working for the German intelligence and then the secret services in UK, found it useful to employ him as double agent. Since, he was such a great story teller and a great liar, he could deceive the entire German government to prevent the war to escalate into a big gigantic mess of more causalities. However, his main proposition was to help England not only to win the war, but to help to fight the war in a more strategic ways to avoid more bloodshed. The complexity of his offer was genius, because he created a web of network of fictitious sub agents that are based all over the UK; that could trick and bewilder the German Intelligence into believing— that the battle should be fought in one location; but the preparation of invasion was based in total different location. Moreover, the perfect exemplification is illustrating that other people will found us more useful, if they find some valuable skills or expertise, that could help to advance their cause and agenda.