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Bishop E. Bernard Jordan

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Our twenty-seventh principle is let the tiger find no place to sink its claws. The strategy is to make the hostile intents and capabilities of your adversary irrelevant. Why: your adversary cannot harm you if you cannot be harmed. I’m going to begin this lesson with a proverb from the ancient Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu, author of the Tao Te Ching, a philosophical text that influenced Sun Tzu: "I have heard that he who is skillful in managing the life entrusted to him for a time travels without shunning the rhinoceros or tiger, and enters a host without avoiding armor plate or sharp weapons." Your goal should be to remove a potential vulnerability in order to protect an advantage. This is why you have to have policies and standards in business: you want to have a lean, effective, smoothrunning organization, one that’s not liable to losing market share and customers. Policies and standards also protect you from internal problems in your organization, such as human resources issues. If your employees are unhappy, that’s an opening for a tiger claw in your organization. The best way to fortify yourself is to address employee concerns to the best of your ability.