When was the last time you used

the principles of Sun Tzu’s “The Art Of War” in the workplace?

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All the fucking time pal

yesterday, to raise a monitor up a little

Someone out there has a really shit New Year’s Resolution.

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They’re gonna upgrade and come back for a copy of the Prince next.

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They will have that money from defeating their (business) enemies.


shouldn’t these books be in a museum?

isn’t it the done thing to donate these priceless items so everyone can enjoy them?

basically, you’re

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.

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“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…
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When your enemy is at their best, appear selfish, impatient and a little insecure

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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).

rare books!

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