Women And The Art Of War

Author: Catherine Huang
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 1462905781
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By following the ancient Chinese teachings of The Art of War you will discover how to use your natural abilities to find your path in life. Women and The Art of War helps women find the peaceful path to success through strategies made famous in the ancient Chinese text, The Art of War. Female wisdom, or common sense, is about avoiding needless confrontation, conserving energy for the things that matter, and seeking an outcome in which everyone wins. And for women, as for Sun Tzu, success doesn't come simply from knowing what to do, but from knowing who you are. Women and the Art of War will help you consider what you want to achieve and why you want to achieve it. Covering Sun Tzu's timeless principles point by point in a conversational and friendly tone, Women and the Art of War shows you how you can find your strengths, meet your weaknesses head-on, deal with obstacles and forge your own unique identity through your career and personal life. Whatever your path, this book will give you strategies, tactics, and practical examples you need to increase your probability of success—and enjoy the process.

The Art Of War For Women

Author: Chin-Ning Chu
Publisher: Crown Business
ISBN: 0385518439
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Shows how to find success and gain a better understanding of one's self and goals by applying Sun Tzu's strategies for gaining victory with the least amount of conflict.

Sun Tzu For Women

Author: Becky Sheetz-Runkle
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440511780
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For twenty-five centuries, men have used Sun Tzu's classic The Art of War as a guide to conflict. In recent years, it's been a guide to climbing the corporate ladder. But this book shows that there are more paths to winning than frontal assault. You can learn from the ancient Chinese strategist how to apply the feminine principle to the business world--and win every time. Whether it's relying on networking skills to win allies or maneuvering to gain a decisive advantage, the author shows through dozens of case studies from prominent women in business how to overcome the odds, defeat opponents, and forge successful careers. The tenets of Sun Tzu lend themselves to women's natural strengths in diplomacy and relationship-building. With this interpretation, you'll learn to leverage these valuable assets to trump your male colleagues every time.

Working Woman S Art Of War

Author: Chin-Ning Chu
Publisher: AMC Publishing
ISBN: 9780929638294
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This New Woman's attitude has become an international phenomenon -- a bond of universal womanhood that cuts across and beyond cultures and national boundaries.Chin-Ning Chu is the most successful American author in Asia and the Pacific Rim today, outselling the likes of Anthony Robbins and Hillary Clinton. Her latest book, Working Woman's Art of War is the book of strategy that allows the 21st Century working woman to have it all. She interprets timeless, Eastern philosophy derived from the 2,500 year-old Chinese classic, Sun Tzu's Art of War, into practical everyday Western strategies for making decisions and creating results, showing women how to easily get ahead whether their sights are set on being a corporate CEO, entrepreneur, teacher, stock broker, astronaut or a good mother.Working Woman's Art of War is about the Art, not the War In order for women to have all that they want -- the right to choose to wear glass slippers and/or combat boots -- they need to have the courage to learn how to think like effective strategists and warriors. This ancient warrior philosophy is the premier vehicle for mastering strategic thinking in the corporate world as well as daily life.You will learn: What the difference is between the Eastern and Western art of war strategies.What the five essential elements of victory are according to Sun Tzu's Art of War.Turning your liabilities into assets.How to swing your blue moments into opportunities.Utilizing the feminine and masculine energies with equal proficiency to achieve your goals.What the difference is between a trophy wife and the working woman.When to wear Nike shoes, glass slippers or combat boots in the corporateoffice.How to overcome other women's professional jealousy.Converting sexuality into advantages.Channeling the rage of sexual harassment for advancement.How you can embrace your family and career at the same time.The most effective tool for overcoming gender discrimination.Why it is so important for working women to possess style as well as substance.What the strategies are for New Feminism's Battle and why.Why Sun Tzu said, Know thyself, know thy opponents -- One hundred battles, one hundred victories.

Sun Tzu And The Art Of Modern Warfare

Author: Mark McNeilly
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 9780195161083
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Long acknowledged as a classic text on strategy, Sun Tzu's The Art of War had been admired by leaders as diverse as Mao Zedong and General Norman Schwartzkopf. However, written two thousand years ago, the book can often be hard to fathom. Author Mark McNeilly has extracted six concepts most applicable to modern warfare and made them easy to understand and apply to military situations. Drawing on a wealth of fascinating historical examples, McNeilly shows how these six principles might be used in wars of the future and how they can provide insight into current affairs. Perhaps the most important lesson to be learned from Sun Tzu, especially for strategists who want to maximize their resources, is how to "win without fighting".

The 33 Strategies Of War

Author: Robert Greene
Publisher: Profile Books
ISBN: 1847651429
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The third in Robert Greene's bestselling series is now available in a pocket sized concise edition. Following 48 Laws of Power and The Art of Seduction, here is a brilliant distillation of the strategies of war to help you wage triumphant battles everyday. Spanning world civilisations, and synthesising dozens of political, philosophical, and religious texts, The Concise 33 Strategies of War is a guide to the subtle social game of everyday life. Based on profound and timeless lessons, it is abundantly illustrated with examples of the genius and folly of everyone from Napoleon to Margaret Thatcher and Hannibal to Ulysses S. Grant, as well as diplomats, captains of industry and Samurai swordsmen.

The Transformative Negotiator

Author: Michèle Huff
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1936268817
Size: 19.12 MB
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This innovative book presents a transformative approach to negotiation that weaves together the spiritual and the strategic. You’ll learn a profoundly effective way of communication that helps you move past the ordinary mechanics of negotiations and achieve realistic goals and positive, lasting outcomes. This holistic, mindful method will change the way you interact with people in all areas of life. A down-to-earth approach to negotiating that focuses on connecting with others and coming to an agreement, rather than simply “winning.” “The Transformative Negotiator is a beautifully written meditation on the art of human interaction. Huff writes from the heart, not just the head. The book is easy to read, with practical advice and an engaging wide range of stories about how to come to agreement.” —Natalie Goldberg, bestselling author of Writing Down the Bones, Wild Mind, and The True Secret of Writing

The Art Of War Including Commentaries With Original Unabridged Giles Translation

Author: Sun Tzu
Publisher: Value Classic Reprints
ISBN: 9781640320116
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This THE ART OF WAR includes commentaries, references, footnotes and the Original Unabridged translation by Lionel Giles of the British Museum. It includes all 13 Chapters with historical notes for the reader to review and contemplate Sun Tzu's teachings as it applies to their life. THE ART OF WAR is game theory from the year 514 B.C. It is divided into 13 chapters covering all the steps of battle, be it in the office or across continents. Topics include, -Five Essentials for Victory, - -Tactical Dispositions, - -Maneuvering, - and many more. No student of influence should be without this historic philosophy book on leadership. This Value Classic Reprint provides a slim volume with full text at an affordable price. The Table of Contents is as follows: CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 Sun Wu and His Book 3 The Text of Sun Tzu 13 The Commentators 15 Appreciations of Sun Tzu 18 Apologies for War 19 I. LAYING PLANS 23 II. WAGING WAR 26 III. ATTACK BY STRATAGEM 29 IV. TACTICAL DISPOSITIONS 33 V. ENERGY 36 VI. WEAK POINTS AND STRONG 41 VII. MANEUVERING 46 VIII. VARIATION IN TACTICS 53 IX. THE ARMY ON THE MARCH 57 X. TERRAIN 66 XI. THE NINE SITUATIONS 72 XII. THE ATTACK BY FIRE 90 XIII. THE USE OF SPIES 94

The Art Of Social War

Author: Jodi Wing
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061980196
Size: 46.56 MB
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New York career woman Stacey Knight marries James Makepeace just as she learns he's been offered the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to run a major Hollywood studio. There's one catch: they must relocate to Los Angeles. Will Stacey be lost in translation, or will her hard-earned New Yawk survival skills prove yet again, as Ol' Blue Eyes so often said, if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere? The unwitting newlyweds land in a Technicolor high-stakes Social War, pursued by ruthless power brokers in the film demimonde. What's a girl to do when the promise of a glittering blockbuster future descends rapidly into film noir despair? At once seduced and repelled by the rigid caste system and predatory aspect of Hollywood life, Stacey navigates a sea of confusing social obstacles and extremely bad behavior. Empowered by 2,500-year-old military strategist Sun Tzu's The Art of War, Stacey takes control of the War Game and learns that they must adapt to survive and attack if they are to thrive.

Hbr Guide To Negotiating Hbr Guide Series

Author: Jeff Weiss
Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press
ISBN: 1633690776
Size: 18.92 MB
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Forget about the hard bargain. Whether you’re discussing the terms of a high-stakes deal, forming a key partnership, asking for a raise, or planning a family event, negotiating can be stressful. One person makes a demand, the other concedes a point. In the end, you settle on a subpar solution in the middle—if you come to any agreement at all. But these discussions don’t need to be win-or-lose situations. Written by negotiation expert Jeff Weiss, the HBR Guide to Negotiating provides a disciplined approach to finding a solution that works for everyone involved. Using a seven-part framework, this book delivers tips and advice to move you from a game of concessions and compromises to one of collaboration and creativity, resulting in better outcomes and better working relationships. You’ll learn how to: • Prepare for your conversation • Understand everyone’s interests • Craft the right message • Work with multiple parties • Disarm aggressive negotiators • Choose the best solution