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'The Minimum Viable' State of Mind

Quick and clumsy is always better than long and planned out. This was a core principle in Sun Tzu’s Art of War (also translated as Art of Movement). 937 more words


Letter to President Obama

Mr. President, try understanding that America is the greatest society on the planet and, more than likely, ever before in the history of civilization. Tell your puppet masters to step back and think about something besides their portfolios and consider the needs of “We the People.” You are completely out of touch and, given your personal history, this becomes more and more obvious. 338 more words

Stephen F Kaufman

Quote by Sun Tzu on the power of knowledge

A quote by Sun Tzu on the power of knowledge is the topic of this blog post.

“If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.” Sun Tzu… 211 more words

Useful Quotations

Quotes from The Art of War

I recently reread Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” and wanted to cull the most useful, thought-provoking or poetic quotes. There are some chapters that I do not quote from, and others that I quote at length from. 789 more words


it seems to me...

It seems to me America’s military machine has the capacity to seek , crush and destroy their enemies. And if that is the mission or goal then they are doing one hell of a job.   479 more words


The Art of War: Direct & Indirect Approach Applied to Business

Damir Perge explains how startups and entrepreneurs can use Sun Tzu’s The Art of War. Learn how the direct and indirect approach are used in the smartphone wars by Apple, Google and Samsung. 11 more words

Strategy & Leadership

The Art of War: Extraordinary Speed Applied to Business

Sun Tzu wrote in The Art of War, “What is of the greatest importance in war is extraordinary speed: one cannot afford to neglect opportunity.” In both business and war, speed is important. 29 more words

Strategy & Leadership