Women and the Art of War by Catherine Huang
Sun Tzu's Strategies for Winning Without Confrontation

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Women and The Art of War helps women find the peaceful path to success through strategies made famous in the ancient Chinese text, The Art of War. Female wisdom, or common sense, is about avoiding needless confrontation, conserving energy for the things that matter, and seeking an outcome in which everyone wins. And for women, as for Sun Tzu, success doesn't come simply from knowing what to do, but from knowing who you are.

Women and the Art of War will help you discover how to use your natural abilities to find your path. It will help you consider what you want to achieve and why you want to achieve it. Covering Sun Tzu's timeless principles point by point in a conversational and friendly tone, Women and the Art of War shows you how you can find your strengths, meet your weaknesses head-on, deal with obstacles and forge your own unique identity through your career and personal life. Whatever your path, this book will give you strategies, tactics, and practical examples you need to increase your probability of success—and enjoy the process.
 

About Catherine Huang

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Catherine Huang received a classical Chinese education in her native Taiwan. She is the founder and president of CHR International, a multi-million dollar company that imports foods from all over the world. As a woman in a predominantly male industry, she has often relied on Sun Tzu's tactics and techniques in order to survive#&8212;and thrive#&8212;as a small business entrepreneur.A.D. Rosenberg is a writer and businessman who lived, taught and consulted around the globe, including a stint as a Visiting Professor at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shen-Yang, China. He is the author of the bestselling The Resume Handbook and other books on career management.
 
Published March 10, 2012 by Tuttle Publishing. 224 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, History, War. Non-fiction

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