Many people consider Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War” to be a valuable resource for life lessons as well as a “bible” for the battlefield.
Life itself is a perpetual battle to, if not maintain dominance, then at the very least get through each day’s difficulties while making the most of our resources.
The Art of War, subject to individual interpretation, can be a tremendous source of inspiration and direction for the defence aspirants.
Here are some important lessons you may apply to your personal life, career, and search for self-improvement from The Art of War.
It is possible that reading Sun Tzu’s book will have a profound impact on your life if you are able to internalise the wisdom contained within it.
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Lessons From “The Art of War”
After 2,500 years since its initial publication by Sun Tze (also known as Sunzi), a strategist who most likely existed during the Spring and Autumn Period (776-471 BCE), “The Art of War” continues to be one of the most well-known military texts in the world.