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Sun Tzu was a Sissy: conquer your enemies, promote your friends, and wage

Author: Bing, Stanley Publisher: HarperCollins, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 211 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 18 cm.ISBN: 0060734787Type of document: Book
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Book Europe Campus
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Print HD6954.5 .B56 2006
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Available 32419001119464
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Sun Tzu Was a Sissy Conquer Your Enemies, Promote Your Friends, and Wage Contents Acknowledgments Preface: Sun Tzu, a Sissy for Our Times Introduction: All You Need Is War The Real Art of War Part One: Preparing Your Bad Self â Beyond Yin and Yang: The Secret of Yinyang â Are You Worth Dying For? (I'm Guessing No â Getting People to Love You, Part 1: Loving Yourself â Getting People to Love You, Part 2: Hello Mother, Hello Father â Keep on Truculent â The People's Fate Star: You! Part Two: Building Your Army â You and Whose Army? â Making Yourself a General â Who Are Your Assets? â Getting People to Fight: A Brief Course â Keep the Troop(s) Fat and Happy â You Gotta Have Heart âStrike Up the Band xv xvii xxiii 3 5 9 12 15 18 21 23 25 28 32 34 37 42 48 Part Three: The Tao of Ow 51 53 55 58 61 64 69 71 73 8o 85 87 91 96 98 100 103 105 109 113 116 119 123 126 129 133 â A Short but Important Chapter â Sissy Tzustuff: Victory without Battle Is Superior â Battle without Victory: The Way of the Warrior â Aggression: Accept No Substitutes â A Nuclear Weapon Is More Effective When It's Exploded Than When It's Used to Hit Someone over the Head â The Stick, However, Is Less Effective Than a Nuclear Bomb When Dropped from a Height of Several Miles â Size Does Matter â Inflicting Pain (without the Burden of Crippling Guilt) â And Now? Part Four: Quashing the Sissy Spirit â Angry You, Invincible You â Finding Your Button â Abandoning Sympathy â Rejoicing in His Weakness: A Brief Quiz â Busting a Move Part Five: Enemies â My Enemy, Myself â The Small Enemy â The Big Enemy â A Last Word about Size â The Fat Enemy â The Skinny Enemy â The Weak Enemy â The Strong Enemy â The Enemy You Hate Part Six: Positioning â Grokking Your Corporate Tree â Shih Tzu? â Getting in Formation â On Deception Part Seven: War â Transforming with the Enemy â War by the Numbers â Cowardice and Bravery Part Eight: Whistle While You Work â Stupid Sun Tzu Stuff, Part XIV: Only a Short War Is Worth Waging â Somebody's Gonna Suffer (Not You.) Things You Can Do While Waiting to Kill or Be Killed Part Nine: Booty Call â The Taste of Victory (Hint: It Tastes Like Cheese) â Types of Booty â Writing the Story 137 139 144 147 152 155 157 163 173 177 179 182 187 193 195 197 201 Afterword Can't We All just Get Along? 207 209

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