The Robert Greene Interview, Part 2

This is Part 2 of 3 of the interview between Tucker Max and Robert Greene. Part 1 can be seen here. TM: Who are your favorite five strategic thinkers? RG: Obviously I’d have to say Napoleon Bonaparte, I consider him the greatest strategist who ever lived. I call him the Mozart of Warfare. Then I’d have to say somebody like Sun Tzu. We don’t know much about him personally; it seems he was a general of some sort. But his book has had such an impact on strategy that you are forced to ask why–why do people still read Sun

The Robert Greene Interview, Part 3

This is Part 3 of 3 of the interview between Tucker Max and Robert Greene. Part 1 can be seen here, and Part 2 here. TM: Do people approach you differently when they know you’re Robert Greene and they know your work? In negotiations or things like that? RG: I haven’t been in too many negotiation situations. I let my lawyer handle that. But yes, in general people treat me very differently. They expect me to be hardcore, cynical, mean, a real asshole, but I’m not like that at all. When people who just meet me see that I am