Sunday, April 21, 2013

eLearning | "The Art of War"

Course #9456--


"...To fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting."  --Sun Tzu
 
 
Ladies:  Do you dislike war as much as I do?  As war and business become more mental and less physical, human intellect plays an ever greater role in competition-- making Sun Tzu's "Art of War" strategies highly relevant to the information age. 

So why is a Chinese guide to military strategy written in 330 to 320B.C. so prevalent in modern military operations, business school curricula, sports, popular culture-- and in the corporate world?  What can its lessons offer us today?  More specifically, HOW can us women learn and apply these modalities (tactics, if you will) in everyday life?







PREVIEW a video for The Art of War 




 
If you have a competitive teen-- male or female,  this is a course you'll want to share.  Taught by award winning Professor Andrew R. Wilson of the U.S. Naval War College, this self-paced eLearning course will teach you those competitive edge 'tactics' for use in the corporate world or in every day living.  Best part, it's on sale for a limited time. 

Order hereThe Art of War | This eCourse is now on $ALE for a limited time! 

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A couple of books I thought you'd might like to add to your business library.  What does your Art of War look like in the bedroom... yep, the bedroom!
 
      
 
 


Meanwhile... where are my SCANDAL-a-holic fans?


 
Before there was TV's Olivia Pope, there was Madeline White.  Never heard of her?  Sure you have-- if you saw INSIDE MAN with Denzel Washington you'll remember Jodi Foster who played 'the fixer' in this film.  Loved the way she was so... nice nasty!  Calling all 'fixers' - let's start a dialogue.  Email me at [wordladydjg@hotmail.com] or reach out to me on Facebook.  Until then, get your "3-week-SCANDAL-fix" here.    http://bit.ly/10md2vr 

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