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  1. 1. SELF-MASTERY Inspired By Sun Tzu
  2. 2. Sun Tzu’s Art of WarA bamboo edition of the Art of War, commissioned in the eighteenth century Various Translated Versions made by Different Authors
  3. 3. Who Is Sun Tzu• He is also known as Sun Wu and Sun Zi• Sun Tzu means “Master Sun”• Born in 5th Century BC in Northern State of Chi’s of ancient China.• Died before the year 473 BC.
  4. 4. CH’UN CH’IU Period722 - 481 BC
  5. 5. Sun Tzu On War• The moral strength and intellectual faculty of man were decisive in war, and that if these were properly applied war could be waged with certain success.• He was aware of implications of war. (inflated prices, rates of wastage, difficulties of supply, etc.)• His principles on war: • shortest possible time • at the least possible cost in lives and effort; • with infliction on the enemy of the fewest possible• All warfare is based on deception
  6. 6. Art of War• Is a series of military treatise written by Sun Tzu in the 6th Century.• Composed of thirteen (13) chapters• Teach us to know ourself, to know our strengths, our weaknesses, and what are we capable of doing.
  7. 7. BeginningKing Of Wu Challenges His Teachings
  8. 8. BeginningKing Of Wu Challenges His Teachings “If instructions are not clear and commands not explicit, it is the commanderʼs fault.”
  9. 9. BeginningKing Of Wu Challenges His Teachings “If instructions are not clear and commands not explicit, it is the commanderʼs fault.” So… if the orders are unclear then it is the fault of the general that the troops did not obey. But if the orders are clear, and his orders have been clear, it is the fault of the subordinate officers that the orders are not obeyed.
  10. 10. 3 Key Principles that unify his teachings• “Know your enemy and know yourself and in 100 battles you will never be in peril.”• “To win 100 battles is not the height of skill – To subdue the enemy without fighting is.”• “Avoid what is strong. Attack what is weak.”
  11. 11. Video from National Geographic
  12. 12. Great Quotes From Sun Tzu“In war, numbers alone confer no advantage - Do not advance relaying on sheer military power.” “Know your enemy and know yourself and in 100 battles you will never be in peril.” There are five fundamental factors for success in war - Weather, terrain, leadership, military doctrine, and most importantly - moral influence.” “Put the army in the face of death where there is no escape and they will not flee or be afraid - there is nothing they cannot achieve.” “It is essential for victory that generals are contrained by their leaders.” “The winning arm realizes the conditions for victory first, then fights - The losing army fight first then seeks victory.” “When troops flee, are insubordinates, collapse or are routed in battle, it is the fault of the general.”
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