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What do you mean by strategic?
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What make something to be strategic?
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What are the similarities between the principles of "The Art of War" and game theory? What are the differences?
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Which business do you think have no competitor until now?
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Do we learn more from finding out we have made mistakes or from our successful actions?
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How is it that Jordan Peterson is thought of as a stunning intellectual?
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What question would you have asked Peter Strzok that the Senators missed?
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Is the Art of War by Sun Tzu outdated?
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Do you need a strategy if you have no competition and don't need to win to remain operational?
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The analogy is a mountain peak. It is very difficult to attack uphill. These positions are easy to defend.
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What things could you present to the audiences about Sun Tzu's life?
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Can I use the word strategic if the noun has a nature of strategy in a war like a strategic position?
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Has Donald Trump mastered the teachings of "The Art of War" making Hillary think he was weak when he was actually strong?
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How can I help to make the world a better place?
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How would you link the content of Jordan Peterson's '12 Rules for Life' to the field of marketing?
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Why don't I achieve success in spite of working so hard?
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Is life a competition? Should everyone strive for a dominance by all possible means?
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How can Sun Tzu's Art of War be applied to romantic relationships?
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How do I better understand “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu as a middle school teenager?
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What’s the potential upside? What’s the effort involved? What’s the likelihood of success? What’s the strategic value?