Mastering Yourself

1One of the hardest things in life is mastering your skills in order for you to achieve your goals. It is easy to do things when it is new to you because you’re excited, you look forward to something new.But what happens when you need to do it over and over again to improve and perfect your skills? Do you give up easily?

To be dedicated on something, you need to give up some things. It is not easy to give up the things that you’re used to. You need to give up some things to be able to practice with consistency and to be dedicated to what you do. Sometimes, you need to cut-out other habits to have time for the skill that you need to practice.

Giving up other things for something that you want to master is hard, but we have to choose and prioritize things. We can’t have it all, we only have one body and we can do things one at a time. You can’t do all things at the same time. You can make a list of the things that you can give up for the mean time or forever for that skill that you want to master.

What do you want to be a master of? Maybe you have goals for your career and business that you are having difficulties to achieve. Bishop E Bernard has created a book inspired by Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” which we all know has helped millions of people in their businesss and careers. The “Spiritual Art of War” is a Bible-based book on how you can start winning in life and begin achieving your goals. Click here to begin your journey today.

Don’t Stop

1If you find yourself content with the amount of success you have achieved, and feel no other need to outdo yourself then you have stopped reaching for excellence. You need to constantly work on your skills, practice them and engage them. You need to expose yourself to new things and new challenges otherwise you are simply lounging in a newly established comfort zone. You have not the war just yet. Maybe you are taking a rest from your little battles, but something bigger might come to you and you could be completely unprepared for it. Bishop Jordan wants you to be ready when enemies attack out of no where, and this is why it’s important that you get to read the “Spiritual Art of War” inspired by the strategist, Sun Tzu and the master strategist himself, God.

Surrounding yourself with the right people will keep you motivated. Those that are hard-working and driven are the people you should be around. Traits and characteristics can rub off on you.

If you spend your time with people who have good traits, you will be compelled to do the same. At times when you feel you begin to be complacent, seeing people who laze around and squander their time engaging in the wrong things will only make you feel entitled to do the same. You might think that you are better off than these people anyways so you have the license to take a rest from trying to do everything so well. On the other hand if your close friends are constantly and uncompromisingly making progress, you will want to raise yourself to the challenge yourself everyday. Excellence is not something you take a break from, it is a character that you mold within yourself so that one day it will be a permanent practice you will be known for.

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Power and Humility

1Ever wondered how the most successful business people achieved their goals? How they became billionaires from being flat broke? It’s because they know every strategy in the war of life. They are powerful, yet humble. And they know that the most important relationship they need to have is a relationship with God.

In Matthew 6, Jesus commands us to keep our intentions private: “‘But you, when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place…’” (Matthew 6:6a). Never boast, never brag; just as important, never show defeat, never show vulnerability. The mightiest warfare in the kingdom of Heaven is done behind the scenes,in secret.That’s where the real power is, and we know this because that’s how our God of war operates.

If God is on your side, you will always be victorious. Remember that God is a God of war, and whatever challenges you face, He will make sure that you win. Bishop E. Bernard Jordan has created a book inspired by Sun Tzu’s war strategies and has infused Bible stories that tell us of the wars that God has won for His people.

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Getting Rid of Traitors

1If you want to be successful in life and stay that way, you must think of knowledge as a commodity. That knowledge is power was true in Sun Tzu’s day (The creator of “Art of War”), and it’s true in spades in today’s information economy. You’ve probably seen headlines about insider trading scandals. What are insider trading scandals about if not gaining access to forbidden knowledge leading to an incontestably unfair advantage?

When you think of knowledge as power, it’s easier to understand the vehement hatred people have for traitors, people like Benedict Arnold and the Bible’s Judas Iscariot who sell out their country and their Savior, respectively, for their own gain. What is a traitor, if not someone who’s trying to sabotage your economy of knowledge from within? Of course traitors are despised, and rightly so.

How do you get rid of these traitors? How do you deal with them? Bishop Jordan has a book called, “Spiritual Art of War”, a book inspired by Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” with Bible based strategies to become successful and at the same time get rid of those who wish to stop you from attaining that goal. Click here to order your book today!

 

Come Prepared

1If you want to succeed in something, be prepared to do it. Going to work without having the right tools is like going to war without any weapons. You must make sure that your arsenal is well suited for the task you want to pursue. You may be naturally talented but you cannot rely only on that.

It is like going to battle without any weapons and shields to protect yourself. No matter how skilled or talented you are, you will still be defeated.  You have to work for what you want and preparation is the first step you need to take to show yourself that you are serious about getting what you want. Do not underestimate preparation. It might spell the difference between success and failure. Excellence requires you to be ready at any time.

Preparation is key. God wants you to be at your best and in the prefect condition when you attain success in your life. Bishop Jordan has written a book about being successful in life and winning life’s battles, inspired by Sun Tzu’s “Art of War”. The book will guide you in Bible-based strategies to start winning in life.

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Envision It

1Everybody wants to achieve excellence. There are those who get to it faster than the others and there are some who take time. Which one are you? Maybe you fall on neither category because you haven’t reached that goal just yet. Don’t lose heart, Bishop Jordan, who was inspired by Sun Tzu’s book, “The Art of War” will help you in reaching that goal of excellence.

Envision your excellence and then make it so. It is only a matter of thinking yourself into that state of excellence. Our minds are powerful things.  They can change our entire perspective of the world we live in. Use the power of your mind to transform yourself into the person you want to be.

You might have a plan you didn’t act on, a talent you never developed of worst of all an idea you never expressed. The abilities and thoughts we have should be developed. You are not born with excellence you must earn it. You can have the best intentions but without manifesting these thoughts into your world, they are wasted. Dreaming big is a step in the right direction. One you have set your sights towards the highest possible goal you can envision, you must not start to move towards it. Thoughts about success can get you lost in your daydreams but you must not just stop there. You can find satisfaction from just imagining the feeling but lasting excellence can only be yours if you bring your dreams into reality.

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The Possibilities are Endless

1“ and to make it your ambition to lead a quiet life: You should mind your own business and work with your hands, just as we told you, 12 so that your daily life may win the respect of outsiders and so that you will not be dependent on anybody.”

1 Thessalonians 4:11, NIV

Set big goals for yourself. Don’t aim for just any goals aim for the hardest possible one. If you concentrate on goals that you can surely achieve, you will be limiting yourself from the rest of your potential. Challenge yourself to attain a level you never thought was possible. You will not reach this goal overnight, you might even experience a lot of failure on the way but the it is certain that if you keep your eye on the prize, you will get closer to it day by day.

There are endless possibilities that wait you when you believe in yourself. You fuel your potential when you choose to be ambitious. Dream big without arrogance and you will pave your way to excellence. Getting to where you want is a matter of truly wanting what you want. If you want something so bad it is as good as yours. The world is a bad place if you make it so. Your life is a mess if you choose it to be so.

The things around you are as they are because that is how you make them to be. If you want to make changes, you must envision them in order for it to manifest. Excellence is a tall order to request of a person. Perfection might be something we can never achieve but the struggle to stay as close to it as we can shows character.

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How To Deal

1Have you been encountering troubles at work? Do you often feel like you’re always being beaten down over and over? Are there people who seem like their only job is to make your life miserable? Bishop Jordan has written a book especially for you. Learn strategies and tactics to defeat your adversaries and competition at work.

As Sun Tzu said, “Thus the highest form of generalship is to defeat the enemy’s plans” Defeat your enemy’s plans, and you’ll leave him with no options while maximizing your own. How’s that for a deal? Sun Tzu also said, “Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall upon your enemy like a thunderbolt”. That’s how you take away your enemy’s options. If your plans are “dark and impenetrable,” you are holding them close to the vest, revealing nothing. The thunderbolt will be your swift elimination of his options.

What you want to do is possess all of the strategic and tactical knowledge in the engagement. This is what it means to put your adversary in a place where he cannot keep you guessing. How will you discover your adversary’s key strengths and weaknesses, and eliminate his options, all while keeping yours secure? Get all the details in the “Spiritual Art of War”. Click here to get your copy now.

How to Bait Your Enemies

1Sun Tzu said, “ Sacrifices something the enemy will seek to pursue”. What does this make you think of? It makes me think of a trail of breadcrumbs, or a decoy. Sun Tzu goes on: “By holding out baits, he keeps his enemy on the march; then, with a body of chosen men, he lies in wait for him”.

If you’re a general and you use up your resources to achieve your goal, what does that leave you? Practically nothing: a hollow victory, a bitter victory. It’s like two drunks fighting in a bar: whichever one wins just passes out right after the other. That’s no victory. That’s not the victory God wants for you as a prophetic master of the art of war! God wants us to live triumphant lives, to succeed. To have real success, not just-barely-outlasting-the-opposition success.

So how do you achieve this? What is the power of bait? You will learn more about this when you read Bishop Jordan’s “Spiritual Art of War” book. This book will allow you to crush your enemies just like God crushed His people’s enemies in battle. Let the God of war teach you the strategies that you need to become victorious in life. Click here to get the book today!

Losses in Your Business?

1In business, there will always be losses and gains. What matters the most is how you are able to minimize your losses and preserve your business the best way you can.

Sacrifice a small loss to prevent a large loss. “The basis: Preserving your resources safeguards your capacity to operate. If you’ve ever read any histories of warfare, you’re probably familiar with the concept of attrition: in a war of attrition, the whole game is to see who can outlast whom. Some of the most devastating wars in history have involved warfare by attrition. In the Civil War, the Union generals Ulysses S. Grant and William T. Sherman defeated the Confederacy through protracted, bloody, all-out total war, including sieges, destruction of infrastructure, and winning battles by weight of numbers.

Inspired by Sun Tzu’s book “Art of War”, Bishop Jordan created a Biblical-based book about the “Spiritual Art of War” which guides and helps you surpass your obstacles at the same time win in the game of life. Click here to learn more about this book and start attaining success in your business and in life.

Finding the Courage

In the context of spiritual warfare, our spiritual authority is based on the acknowledgement that we are in Christ and that God gave us the authority to overcome the enemy. Spiritual authority is based on faith in Christ, not faith in ourselves. We pray in tongues in the process of the ministry of inner healing and deliverance because we know we need God to be able to help fellow believers undergo this process.

Demons will try to convince believers that they do not have any authority in this matter. Authority is not a feeling. If believers feel scared or inadequate, it does not mean that they have less authority. Christ’s authority over demons is not diminished by the lack of courage or confidence on our part in ourselves. Instead, we need to be sure of Christ’s authority. It is through Jesus that we are able to have authority over these demons. However, Christians are no threat to Satan when we do not declare Christ’s authority because of our doubts and fears of personal inadequacy

Do you feel somewhat inadequate in fighting your life’s battles? Do you still have fears that you need to overcome? Bernard Jordan has written a book called “Spiritual Art of War” which can help you overcome all the obstacles in winning your life’s battles. Inspired by Sun Tzu’s “Art of War”, this book has Biblical passages and strategies that will encourage you to fight your wars and battles here on earth. Remember that God is a God of victory and that He wishes for you to be victorious. Click here to read the Spiritual Art of War today.

Physical and Spiritual Battles

We are in a war. As Christians, we find ourselves in the middle of a battle between good and evil, between two camps: Heaven and Hell. However, this is not a warfare that we can see. According to the Epistle to the Ephesians, the battle is not of flesh and blood. This means that the battle is not in the physical realm. It is against the spiritual forces in the heavenly realm. There is a need to be aware of this invisible but real war. There is a need to prepare and to be equipped to fight. One cannot assume that when the territory is occupied that the power of the Enemy is broken.

There are times though when we also experience battles and struggles in our own lives in terms of our businesses and personal lives. All these things we are battling with, whether physical or spiritual, we should know that God is on our side and that He will always make us victorious.

Bishop Jordan has created a book inspired by Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” and has included biblical references to it as well. While sin has no power over us anymore because of Christ’s salvation, some are still held prisoners, in need of salvation and in need of freedom.

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Warriors for God

1We are all warriors of the Lord, there will be times when we will have to face battles in our lives. We might win them, we also might lose them. But what’s great about having God by our side is the spiritual victory that we experience.

But what about the struggles that we go through in real life? The people who try to put us down? Always remember that God is a God of war, and that as long as He is by your side, you are able to win life’s battles.

This is why Bishop Jordan wrote the book, “The Spiritual Art of War”. This is your guide to winning your personal and spiritual battles. You will learn the strategies applied by author of “Art of War”, Sun Tzu himself.

All He wants in return is a token of your commitment to Him. Honor that commitment as a faithful warrior in the kingdom, and you’ll find that there is no limit. As Christ Himself said, “‘Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be put into your bosom’” (Luke 6:38). The more we are willing to give to God, the more we will be able to receive from His endless bounty.

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It’s Time to Start Winning

1Are you carrying a heavy weight on your shoulders? Do you feel as though you’re losing every battle you face in life? This spiritual struggle that you are experiencing is a struggle that you can win at. God knows your potential and so he knows that you can become victorious in whatever obstacle you are facing!

God knows what you are going through and how you are struggling. You just have to realize that you have the power to overcome your life’s battles, because God is with you! Remember the story of Moses and Joshua? God used them as prophets to lead His people. God made sure that they are to overcome tough times because they carry His name. God led them to win many battles.

Would you like to win your battles? You need to understand God’s strategies and in order for you to do this, you must read Bishop Jordan’s Spiritual Art of War, inspired by the war strategist Sun Tzu and the Master Strategist himself, our God.  It is time that you experience God’s victory and live in abundance! Click here to read the book today!

Turn Things Around

1Tired and completely frustrated with always losing in life? Do people always do better than you? Has your competition put you down time and time again? Life is a battlefield, and if you feel like you haven’t been victorious lately, Bishop Jordan’s book, The Spiritual Art of War can help you in starting your journey to victory.

The Spiritual Art of War is a book of strategy, which helps you in achieving victory and success in your life and business. How has your career been? How are things with your family at home? Has your business been falling? It’s time that you learn from the Sun Tzu-inspired book and start turning things around for the better. Learn the strategies that were used during the time of war and apply in your life’s battles.

You might be struggling with a war in your relationships, work, business or home. This book will guide you through God’s Word and Sun Tzu’s war strategies. You might be forgetting that God is the Master Strategist. He is the Master of your life and He controls it! Let Him make you victorious and start living the life that you have always wanted. Click here to read The Spiritual Art of War today!

Business Rivals

1Do you feel like you do not have the right sources in order to become successful in life? Is there a particular lack in your business or in growing in your career? If you’re having problems putting two and two together, there is still hope for you. Your resources, your abilities, can complement each other in ways that are related to your long-distance relationship and your respective local conditions.

Business affords many great examples of this principle: businesses that compete are businesses in the same industry, in the same area. They’re logical rivals. Whether it’s manufacturing, real estate, contracting, or anything else, for any given business or service in a particular area, you’ll have some other business that can offer that product or that service. But what is important is how you can rise above all the other companies. Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” has been a great source for businessmen and entrepreneurs in order to succeed and be above the rest.

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Surviving the Concrete Jungle

1This world is all about the survival of the fittest. The city is like a concrete jungle and we are the animals trying to survive it. How do you survive your enemies and succeed in the world of business? The “Spiritual Art of War” written by Bishop Jordan, inspired by Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” will give a full-on guide to winning and being a survivor in this world.
“Weak Points and Strong,” Sun Tzu says, “You may advance and be absolutely irresistible if you attack the enemy’s weak points; you may retire safe from all pursuit if you move more rapidly than the enemy”
The world of business, of course, is more existential and survivalist: it’s a survival-of-the-fittest game, with the best businesses being the ones to achieve success. And this is where the element of surprise really comes into play: in business and marketing, as well as in warfare, revealing part, but not all, of your plan can give you the element of surprise you’ll need to throw off the competition.
This is just the tip of the iceberg. The “Spiritual Art of War” book will teach you the basics on how to deal with you enemies and become successful not only in the world of business but in your life as well.

Lure The Tiger

1Sun Tzu was known for his master strategizing in war that his principles were carried on in the business world. The very principles used in war can actually be a great guide in order for you to have victory in your personal battles.
Bishop Jordan uses these strategies as inspiration for his book, “Spiritual Art of War”. It combines God’s Word (being the ultimate Master Strategist) and some of Sun Tzu’s war strategies.
One of the strategies mentioned in the book is to” Lure the tiger out of the mountains.” Entice a formidable adversary to seek an engagement on your terms. Why? Engaging an adversary on your terms maximizes the advantages you have. Sun Tzu said that whichever army reaches the battlefield first “will be fresh for the fight” and the second army will be left to “hasten into battle” after arriving exhausted. The thing to do, then, is to always arrive first: “Therefore, the clever combatant imposes his will on the enemy and does not allow the enemy’s will to be imposed on him”. This strategy has you maximizing your advantages by forcing the adversary to fight according to your will.
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What’s Your Business?

1The Art of war by Sun Tzu became popular for those who want to become successful in their careers. It is also known for those who want to delve into their own business. Bishop Jordan’s version, “Spiritual Art of War” teaches you the same things only with messages from God and passages from the Bible that support each strategy and principles.

In business, the art of war involves knowing what’s most important regarding what you do: in other words, what are you really in the business of? When you know this, you know your strengths. You might say, “I provide X product or service,” and you’ll be right. But only in part. What you are fundamentally engaged in is what Hajo Reisenbeck and Jesko Perrey call in their book Power Brands: Measuring, Making and Managing Brand Success, “the trinity of art, science, and craft”.

Once you understand that whatever business you’re engaged in centers on these three things, you’ll be a big step ahead of the competition. In business, these three key concepts of art, science, and craft are so powerful that they can shape people’s perceptions and dictate how they spend their money. Get more strategies from the “Spiritual Art of War” and start growing your business today! Click here to read about how to start winning in life.

Who is Your Enemy?

1There are times when we encounter enemies. They are people we don’t look for, but come into our lives to prevent us from being successful. How do you deal with them? Do you confront them or just avoid them? The “Spiritual Art of War” will teach you how to deal with your enemies and guide you in being successful in life.

You do not want an enraged enemy. Sun Tzu says, “Now in order to kill the enemy, our men must be roused to anger”. Therefore, the “angrier” you are and the calmer your enemy is, the better. Anger fuels energy and directs purpose. It supplies you with the motivation to achieve victory and prolongs your endurance.

Care should be taken, however, to let the anger be carefully directed and focused, for as Sun Tzu says, “The general, unable to control his irritation, will launch his men to the assault like swarming ants, with the result that one-third of his men are slain”. An enraged warrior can also be an error-prone warrior, so if your opponent is one who doesn’t deal well with anger, enraging him might actually be the wiser strategy. After all, as Sun Tzu said, “If your opponent is of choleric temper, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant”.

When you know how your adversary handles anger, you will be able to determine whether he is someone you should anger in order to throw him off balance and get him so flustered he doesn’t see anything but his own frustration. If your adversary is enraged, he could make terrible mistakes, mistakes that will prove fatal to his organization, his business, his base of operations. And you’ll be the one to reap the rewards.

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Love Your Enemies

1Jesus always told us to love our enemies. This was probably one of the first things taught to us in church or even in Sunday School. But as we dig deeper into the stories of the Bible, we learn that God is a God of war. In life, you will encounter people who want to bring you down. Of course since God is on your side, He wants you to achieve victory in whatever it is that you are in. Sometimes there are people who will just be a nuisance to you but affect you greatly. How are you supposed to deal with these kinds of people?

What’s the connection between the Cold War and Jesus’ admonition to “love your enemies”? Everything! Be the bigger man (or woman), put forward a smile and refuse to show any anger, and you’ll have a great chance of winning him over. Now, even if you can’t win him over, even if there’s no chance for cooperation and reconciliation, the great thing about this principle is that it allows you to take advantage of two opponents that are entirely different from one another: the unwary enemy, and the enraged enemy!

You do not want an enraged enemy. Sun Tzu says, “Now in order to kill the enemy, our men must be roused to anger”. Therefore, the “angrier” you are and the calmer your enemy is, the better. Anger fuels energy and directs purpose. It supplies you with the motivation to achieve victory and prolongs your endurance.

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Conceal with a Smile

1In life, there are principles that you have to live with in order for you to achieve whatever it is that you want. There are strategies that you learn on your journey and lessons you learn from your mistakes. When you read Bishop Jordan’s “Spiritual Art of War” you will learn the many strategies and principles that will help you on your way to achieving success no matter what you endeavor it.

One principle is to conceal your purpose behind a smile. The strategy: Attend to your plans while in your adversary’s confidence. Why: in the confidence of your adversary, you may reach your objective unopposed. Sun Tzu writes, “All warfare is based on deception”. He elaborates, “Hence, when able to attack, seem as if unable to attack; when using forces actively, seem inactive”.

Put on a smile at all times, and you’ll confuse your adversary. In a business context, act confident, bold, and happy even if you seem to have no reason to do so—it will either make your adversaries believe you have everything under control, or it will cause them to worry about your next move. A smile is the best possible face you can put forth to the world; it conceals everything. As Jesus says in Matthew 5:44, “‘But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you.” This is the essence of this principle.

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Price Wars

Attaining victory in your business can be done when you know the right things to do and the right strategies to take. If you can put pressure on your opposition’s leadership, if you can find a weakness in their personalities, their sense of pride and honor, anything that will put them off their game, you will severely cripple their ability to compete with you.

A great example of this from the real world of business is the competition that existed between retail giant Kmart and up-and- comer (at the time) Wal-Mart in the first half of the 1990s. According to Mark R. McNeilly’s Sun Tzu and the Art of Business: Six Strategic Principles for Managers, beginning in 1990, Kmart spent $3 billion dollars on 153 new discount stores and on upgrading 800 existing ones, all in an effort to take on Wal-Mart. But Kmart’s CEO decided to take it a step further: he launched an all-out price war, “lowering prices on thousands of products to be more competitive” and trying to recoup the deficit with apparel sales.

K-Mart did precisely the opposite of what they should have done when they waged a direct assault on a well-defended position. Kmart’s CEO took on Wal-Mart at their strongest point: their cost structure. Wal-Mart simply dropped prices to best Kmart, causing Kmart’s market share to fall from 35% to 23%. The company experienced “falling or negative profits, and flat stock performance”. The Kmart CEO was forced to resign.

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Stand Back & Watch the Fires Burn

Life is full of battles and struggles. How should one deal with such obstacles? The Spiritual Art of War discusses different strategies and principles that help Christians in gaining victory in life.

One of the principles is “stand back and watch the fires burn”. The strategy: Allow discord in your adversary’s camp to reduce that adversary from within. Why: a discord in your adversary’s camp may deliver a result that benefits you without you even having to participate. You are essentially sitting back and letting your adversary destroy himself.

There is something about this that may, to you, seem counterintuitive, because it’s already been advised that you attack your adversary at his weakest; wouldn’t it make sense to attack your adversary when there’s a (literal or figurative) fire in his camp?

Here’s the thing: a fire in your enemy’s camp is a crisis, not always a weakness or point of vulnerability. A crisis is anything that threatens to tear your enemy apart from within. This could be a crisis in the leadership, or with market share, or anything—but if it involves any kind of conflict within the leadership, or a conflict of interest over how to handle the crisis, your attack could enable warring factions to set aside their differences, be reconciled to each other and band forces to fight you. So if you attack at the wrong time, you might actually resolve the crisis for your adversary. Sun Tzu has this advice for attacking with fire: “When fire breaks out inside an enemy’s camp, respond at once with an attack from outside”

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Business Never Sleeps

New York is known to be the city that never sleeps. Why is it called that? It’s because businesses run day and day out. In business, once you sleep, you lose a lot of money. This is true most especially if you’re just starting your own business. You can’t sleep. Because when you sleep that’s when you are most vulnerable.

Sun Tzu said, “A soldier’s spirit is keenest in the morning; by noonday it begins to flag; and in the evening, his mind is bent only on returning to camp”. So, what is the strategically minded general to do? Sun Tzu spells this one out: “A clever general, therefore, avoids an army when its spirit is keen, but attacks it when it is sluggish and inclined to return to camp”. Catch your enemy sleeping, and you can dictate the terms of the engagement because you will be the only one of the two of you who is prepared for it.

How will you catch your adversary sleeping? Be creative and think outside the box. You may have to be the one to put him to sleep by making him think you don’t pose a threat. Your advantage will come from your adversary’s complacency. He must truly believe that he holds the upper hand in the game, if he even recognizes it as a “game” at all. A complacent, sleeping adversary has defeated himself already.

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Watching Success

Does most of your life revolve around other people’s success? It’s like all of your friends have attained some sort of position or level in their lives and you feel like you’re the only one who has remained stagnant? It’s time to finally have victory not only in your career but your life as well. Take control and finally get the raise or promotion that you deserve.

Back in the day, a military tactician Sun Tzu came up with strategies that were used not only during war, but also in the modern times. Today, Bishop E. Bernard Jordan has carefully written a book based on Sun Tzu’s Art of War and applied it in a Christian’s journey to success. The principles of the book will not only give you the strategies to finally get your boss to notice you at work, but also ways on how to deal and work with your peers in the industry.

Stop watching other people get their success and start making your own victories. Read the Spiritual Art of War and have control over your life. Find confidence and strength in the guides that The Master Prophet has prepared for you. Get your copy today.