the principles of Sun Tzu’s “The Art Of War” in the workplace?
All the fucking time pal
yesterday, to raise a monitor up a little
erm. December 31, 2016. Sold it, in fact.
Someone out there has a really shit New Year’s Resolution.
whoops i meant 2015, apologies. so yeah basically a year ago
it went for £4,500
They’re gonna upgrade and come back for a copy of the Prince next.
they’ll need a good 35k more if they do :o
They will have that money from defeating their (business) enemies.
don’t worry we also sell to museums
isn’t it the done thing to donate these priceless items so everyone can enjoy them?
everyone can enjoy them, 10-6 weekdays or 10-7 if you come to mayfair.
And they can do so without any admission fees
cool, I might come down one day and handle your rare books with my greasy hands.
i’m actually working on digitizing a rare book collection at my job right now.
I gave my copy away a few years ago. I had a friend who said that he used its principles frequently in the area he worked in. Software Testing.
I have no more idea what he meant now that I did when he told me.
“Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.”
- My approach to making tea for my colleagues. They soon get pissed off and make it themselves.
“Ponder and deliberate before you make a move.”
- Worked a treat when I had to negotiate the crowds at the Annual Conference last month to get to the finger buffet
“He will win who, prepared himself, waits to take the enemy unprepared.”
- I’m playing The Long Game on the whole Becky/Michelle situation…
please do! (i shall hose you down before you’re anywhere near them of course)
oooh digitising rare books must be a cunt, especially because you cant open many flat to scan shirley?
When your enemy is at their best, appear selfish, impatient and a little insecure
I dunno, they’ve come out pretty nicely from what I’ve seen (i’m not actually personally scanning them out myself, just building the website that hosts it).