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Is laying siege to a fortification really as bad of an idea as Sun Tzu says?
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Does anyone claim to understand Sun-Tzu, The Art of War?
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Are we witnessing the end of the Republican party?
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Which of Sun Tzu’s ideas resonate best today?
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How do the resources in planning are different than those of campaigns? How do we "prepare" for a campaign? How is the "excess" or adequacy of resources is addressed when using them in campaigns?
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How is The Art of War useful outside of the fields of business and war?
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What did Sun Tzu mean by saying, “Disorder came from order, fear came from courage, weakness came from strength.”and or, better, what's your creative interpretation applied to our world today?
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Strategically, how should Republicans use the investigations of Donald Trump to win the upcoming election?
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What is the connection of your strategy to your strategic positioning?
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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Is the Art of War by Sun Tzu outdated?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?