The Art Of War PDF AZW3 EPUB MOBI TXT Download

Note: The chapters in the book are not in order and it is intentional. This edition approved by the Holden-Crowther Organisation for Asian Studies.

Sun Tzu
November 1, 2007
68 pages

File Size: 53 MB
Available File Formats: PDF AZW3 DOCX EPUB MOBI TXT or Kindle audiobook Audio CD(Several files can be converted to each other)
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch, chinese

A decent version of Art of War. Read the eBook version, too, by AIOS Publishing: ASIN : B08Q68NYL22345 From the Author Sun Tzu From the Inside Flap The Art of War From the Back Cover The Art of War About the Author It is not known who Sun Tzu really was or if he were several different authors over the years. What stands true are his tactics and strategies. They are timeless. Read more <div id="

  • NOT THE FULL TEXT….these are the cliff notes……product page is awful.
  • This is a ~15 page “summary” of the book. Ordered this thinking it was the full text because it doesn’t say otherwise in the description.
  • Looks like someone printed a PDF I could have found for free online. The book is too wide and tall and the layout, indentation, and general typography are awful.
  • I want to tell future readers of this book in this way. I read it first when I was 14 or 15. I thought it was a book on how to smartly fight a war. Then I re-read it when I was 28 and it occurred to me that it may be an instruction book on how to navigate an honorable life. Years passed and I recently found it at the bottom of a box in my closet. I read it again at age 56. I realized it has more to offer. If you read this book, you will actively have to replace Sun Tzus’ ancient terms and placement of hierarchy and apply them to modern situations and people. Family, bosses, neighbors, employees and the list goes on. It is my belief that this “manual” can help solve minor and major disruptions in life if used correctly. It is a book meant for good.
  • This is ABSOLUTELY AWFUL. It should say PUBLIC DOMAIN as it is like a copy from someone who took notes off of someone who took notes who took notes off someone who doesn’t even write in the English language! It is woefully abridged (to the max) looks like it was not edited or proofread and I loathe it. AWFUL AWFUL AWFUL
  • -If you have inconsistent or poor performances on your team, you NEED to read this book!-If you are the type of leader that is “too nice” and you feel like your employees take advantage of you, you NEED to read this book!-If your employees are terrified of you, you NEED to read this book!This is how this book changed my life:My first big promotion was getting the General Manager position of a restaurant at 21 years old, and I did everything I could to make my employees happy (bringing the principals from “First Break All the Rules- What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently” which is also imperative to help you measure and understand how to make an amazing work environment for your employees), and it worked wonders- at first. My employees were happy and my customer reviews sky rocketed!!However, over time some employees started to push the lines of respect with me and others, and some just started to outright ignore me or give me attitude. I was devastated! How could they treat me disrespectfully after I had spent months bending over backwards finding out and giving them everything they needed to be happy at work??? I praised them tirelessly, I thanked them constantly, I encouraged them, I personally trained them, I got them equipment and supplies they need to do a good job, I was spending one-on-one time with each of them would ask how their lives were, etc! I was the “nicest boss….” who was also turning out to be a pushover.You can have all the kindness in the world but it makes your team useless if you have no discipline at the same time! The Bible says God disciplines His children BECAUSE He loves us. Otherwise, we turn into monsters! Which is what I was beginning to experience with my team.I HAD NO DISCIPLINE, and NEITHER DID MY TEAM. Why would they respect me? I thought discipline was bad- “punishment” you gave and “punishment” was mean. Nope… turns out every team needs it, and if you are CONSISTENTLY and FAIRLY giving predictable and fore-warned discipline all the time, along with kindness, which Sun Tzu talks about in the book as well, you will have an amazing team. This is my favorite quote from the book that finally turned the light bulb on for me: Page 26 #42-45:”If soldiers are punished before they have grown attached to you, they will not prove submissive; and, unless submissive, then will be practically useless. If, when the soldiers have become attached to you, punishments are not enforced, they will still be useless.Therefore soldiers must be treated in the first instance with humanity, but kept under control by means of iron discipline. This is a certain road to victory.If in training soldiers commands are habitually enforced, the army will be well-disciplined; if not, its discipline will be bad.If a general shows confidence in his men but always insists on his orders being obeyed, the gain will be mutual.”AND YES IT WAS! Over time, not only did my employees love coming into work EVEN MORE, but they worked harder, my customers were happier, and so was I. People are comforted to know their boss will always be kind AND fair. If you never know how your boss will treat you, it creates uncertainty and anxiety with the team that always leaks out to the customers.It took me only a couple weeks to begin fully implementing this mindset with my employees. At first, I’m not going to lie- it shocked them a bit and they didn’t believe when me I would tell them I would be disciplining them if they didn’t follow through or finish a direct order I had given them. I had to fire one manager who was undermining me to the team, and then everyone saw I was serious and fell right into line. Of course, I did all of this will extreme kindness.Discipline should never be nasty or hateful or done when you are fuming angry. The employees need kind, proper and consistent warnings before they receive any consequences (which I learned to start doing right from onboarding them at orientation- saved me a lot of time and trouble), and then if and when the time comes for the formal discipline, they know by then that it was totally their choice, and you are only following through on what you said would happen.There are SO MANY MORE GREAT QUOTES in this book. Just get it. Get a highlighter and pick out the diamonds that you need. Go over them time and again and become the amazing leader of your life and of your team you are meant to be!
  • This was an incredibly economical buy. A good price on a legendary literary work. However, it should be pointed out that this was a public domain reprint and the publishing company did not cite nor include the translator of this piece in any way, it is simply “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu. The quality of the print is very good and the material seems to all be there, although, there are many blank pages as shown in the attached image. Again, I did not notice any material actually missing or out of context. I would not purchase this book if you are looking to reference it for scholarly sources or any work in which you would have to reference the content directly. I would definitely encourage the buy if it is for personal use or work that does not require proper citations.
  • I have only atrted reading but please be aware that this is not the full version but a condensed version. Someone’s posted a picture of what appears to be the full text but that’s not what I received. More like a booklet which the seller should make clearer and for that I’m giving this a 1. Not for the content but for the booklet I received.
  • The printed MRP is ₹99 and I got it at ₹69. Delivery from Amazon was as usual good.Now talking about the book I think it’s the most overated book that I have read so far. So my suggestion would be not to waste time on this.It is written point wise that also for me seems a little childish.It talks about different tactics of warfare which is completely irrelevant in today’s time. One atom bomb and all your Art of War would go in vain.I though of giving it 2 stars but the reviews that is there on the cover of the book is so very good that it made me give it 1 star.Also comparing it with Gita is complete insult to human civilization.Rest I would say if you have a lot of time and want to waste it and get angry after few days then I would suggest you to go for this.
  • To quote SUN TZU “he who harkens to my council shall know victory”. Wise words from a true genius and although the book was written centuries ago and meant as an aid to military tactics it can surprisingly has great baring and influence on day to day life if you have an open mind and don’t just read a book and see the printed word. Sun Tzu explains every point without giving a definitive or direct answer and by doing so shows the true path that you can take with day to day life and it can (if clearly thought out) make any troubles you may have easier to understand and resolve as it shows you new options that might not of been clear to you at first. It’s not a big book and when you first see it you might feel slightly cheated but let me assure you the book is more then worth it’s weight in gold and the knowledge inside is powerful, iv read this book over and the pages still even after so many turns show me new insight and for want of a better word hope. Forget those self-help power books that go on and on this is a must read and mine goes everywhere with me.
  • This is a very disappointing and small version of the actual book. The book I have bought here is very thin and smaller than a normal book. It has only 53 pages, which is 207 less than it should be.This should be explained to the buyer before purchase.
  • I actually became aware of this book thanks to The Sopranos (Tony regularly quotes from it in the program), not actually as advice on how to be a murderous mob boss…but how to win, and live a strong life. Although this book was intended as its title suggest, to aid with warfare, it is all completely relevant to everyday life. There are life lessons you can relate to any life, particularly the work environment, a stressful job or any other difficult situation. It’s also worth noting, that you can interpret this book in many ways…but use common sense! Don’t decide to wage war on an irritating neighbor or bully someone at work, use to help you win, not make others lose! Ancient wisdom for all!
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