The Science of War: I found it a work of pithy aphorisms which, while undoubtedly useful, seemed — once stated — like common sense rather than revelatory. Opium wars and Nanjing massacre turned into epic fantasy For those that do not know Sun Tzu, even by reputation, MacDonald writes that:
Look at me stepping outside my comfort zone! I saw this audiobook in the library, and I thought it looked interesting.
Hell, I've got 4 kids. This could come in handy. Next year I'll have not one, but two teenage boys. I need to prepare myself to defend my babies home from the invading whores hoards. I figured this book would help me gird my loins or whatever it is you do when you head into battle. You're not getting past the front door!
Still, even teenage boys pale in compa Hey! Still, even teenage boys pale in comparison to the sheer terror that comes with sharing a home with pre-pubescent girls We've misjudged the enemy's abilities!
I can definitely use the help of a master strategist. Although, in retrospect, I actually have one of those living with me. She's 10, and she's been fully in charge of my home since she clawed her way out of my womb.
My husband says I was hallucinating bless whoever came up with drugs in the delivery room! She's ruthless, clever, and has the smile of an angel. Lucifer was an angel, too Anyway, I could have skipped this and simply begged for the honor to sit at her feet and learn.
Teach me your ways, Mighty Warrior! She probably wouldn't have shared her secrets anyway I did not make it all the way through the audiobook. I did, however, make it all the way through The Art of War. That part of it was short.
I don't know what the actual length of time was, but I listened to it while I was making dinner, and then took it with me on a short jaunt to Wal-mart. Thank you, Sun Tzu!
The rest of this particular audio is supposedly speculation about Sun Tzu's life, and a history lesson on the politics of the time he lived in.
Wah, wah, wah, wah, wah All the names bled together in my head, and the words just sort of sloshed around inside my brain till I finally gave up on it. I'm not saying it was badly done or boring, but my tiny dinosaur brain isn't built to process books without pictures.Sun Tzu (/ ˈ s uː n ˈ d z uː /; also rendered as Sun Zi; Chinese: 孫子) was a Chinese general, military strategist, writer, and philosopher who lived in the Eastern Zhou period of ancient China.
Sun Tzu is traditionally credited as the author of The Art of War, a widely influential work of military strategy that has affected both Western and East Asian philosophy and military .
Sun Tzu, a Chinese philosopher, military general, and strategist from – BC wrote The Art of War, which is one of the earliest books on military strategy. Many military leaders and strategists from all over the world have studied the contents of .
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Derek M Yuen aims to offer readers a fresh and comprehensive analysis of Sun Tzu’s celebrated treatise The Art of War. Gavin E Hall recommends the book to those interested in strategic commentary.
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Although its wisdom is from ancient China, its principles and advice are timeless—as applicable in the boardroom as they are on the.