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Signs of machiavellianism

  1. only focused on their own ambition and interests
  2. prioritise money and power over relationships
  3. come across as charming and confident
  4. exploit and manipulate others to get ahead
  5. lie and deceive when required
  6. use flattery often
  7. lacking in principles and values
  8. can come across as aloof or hard to really get to know
  9. cynical of goodness and morality
  10. capable of causing others harm to achieve their means
  11. low levels of empathy
  12. often avoid commitment and emotional attachments
  13. can be very patient due to calculating nature
  14. rarely reveal their true intentions
  15. prone to casual sex encounters
  16. can be good at reading social situations and others
  17. lack of warmth in social interactions
  18. not always aware of the consequences of their actions
  19. might struggle to identify their own emotions

https://www.harleytherapy.co.uk/counselling/machiavellianism-psychology.htm

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