Sun Tzu Was a Sissy: Conquer Your Enemies, Promote Your Friends, and Wage the Real Art of WarHarperCollins e-books #ad - For thousands of years, but also extremely dead chinese philosopher Sun Tzu, people have been reading the writings of the deeply wise, who was perhaps the first to look on the waging of war as a strategic art that could be taught to people who wished to be warlords and other kinds of senior managers.
In a nutshell, sun tzu taught that readiness is all, that knowledge of oneself and the enemy was the foundation of strength and that those who fight best are those who are prepared and wise enough not to fight at all. We're going to tell him to get lost and inform our readers how real war is currently conducted on the battlefield of life.
Unfortunately, in the current day, a fact that has not been recognized by the bloated, this approach is pretty much horse hockey, tree-hugging Sun Tzu industry, which churns out mushy-gushy pseudo-philosophy for business school types who want to make war and keep their hands clean. Sun tzu was a sissy will transcend all those efforts and teach the reader how to make war, win and enjoy the plunder in the real world, where those who do not kick, gouge and grab are left behind at the table to pay the tab.
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Twitter Wit: Brilliance in 140 Characters or LessHarperCollins e-books #ad - Featuring a foreword by twitter co-founder biz stone and tweets from celebrities such as ashton kutcher, eugene mirman, diablo cody, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, and John Hodgman, edited by Nick Douglas, Stephen Fry, Neil Gaiman, Margaret Cho, Penn Jillette, Russell Brand, Aziz Ansari, Paula Poundstone, Lisa Lampanelli, this It books paperback original, Michael Ian Black, Rainn Wilson, demonstrates that inside every moment is a joke waiting to be written.
The first authorized twitter book, Twitter Wit is a collection of the most clever one-liners posted on the massively popular social networking and micro-blogging website.
Throwing the Elephant: Zen and the Art of Managing UpHarperCollins e-books #ad - Sit down. By day, he works for a gigantic multinational conglomerate whose identity is one of the worst-kept secrets in business. This humble guide provides all these and more. All it takes is the proper state of mind, a step-by-step plan, and a great leap of faith. Breathe deep. For in these pages, stanley Bing solves the ultimate problem of your working life: How to manage the boss.
The technique is simple. This is the last business book you will ever need. For senior management, in truth, is the silliest putty of them all. This comprehensive course walks budding business bodhisattvas through basic skills needed to provide the simple elephant handling that makes everyday life possible, including but not limited to the primary task of following along after the elephant with a little broom and dustpan.
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The Second Life of Nathan Jones: A laugh out loud, OMG! romcom that you won't be able to put down!One More Chapter #ad - The bestselling author of love byte is back with this laugh-out-loud hilarious rom com!Getting hit by a bus was the best thing that ever happened to him…When one wrong step – and the poor timing of the number 19 bus – send Nathan Jones to the Edinburgh morgue his story should have ended…but then he went and woke up.
Returned to real life nathan finds a wife disappointed that he’s miraculously returned from the dead and an unshakeable attraction for mortuary technician Kat – the woman who brought him back to life, in more ways than one. Now, uplifting story of second chances, nathan somehow finds himself having the time of his second life…A hilarious, as his world implodes and Kat leads him down an unexpected path, death defying hijinks and motorhome mayhem – Mhairi McFarlane meets Eleanor Oliphant!.
Who's Who in EspionageEndeavour Media #ad - In our fast-paced times, espionage has evolved past the furtive taps on shoulders at Oxbridge. But the hush-hush nature of the world’s most secretive industry means that most of us have no idea how it really works. They have also served as consultants on terrorism for ABC and NBC News. Until now. Following years of research into the world of intelligence, Christopher Dobson and Ronald Payne have profiled more than 300 spies from the likes of MI5, MI6 and the CIA.
During the last 15 years they have covered terrorist activity on four continents for The Sunday Times of London, The Daily Telegraph and other numerous newspapers and magazines on both sides of the Atlantic. From legendary spymaster c to lesser known operatives, like Colonel Z, these stories are too captivating to be taken to the grave.
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Praise for who’s who in espionage"Careful, not at all given to hyperbole, and above all, responsible, realistic. Los angeles times“concise, well-written and well-informed” Spying GameChristopher Dobson and Ronald Payne have between them more than 40 years of experience as foreign correspondents.
Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes: A No-Bullshit Guide to World MythologyTarcherPerigee #ad - Get this:Cronus liked to eat babies. Narcissus probably should have just learned to masturbate. Odin got construction discounts with bestiality. Isis had bad taste in jewelry. Ganesh was the very definition of an unplanned pregnancy. And abraham was totally cool about stabbing his kid in the face. All our lives, we’ve been fed watered-down, PC versions of the classic myths.
These are rude, totally sacred texts told the way they were meant to be told: loudly, crude, and with lots of four-letter words. Skeptical? here are a few more gems to consider:• Zeus once stuffed an unborn fetus inside his thigh to save its life after he exploded its mother by being too good in bed.
Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes: A No-Bullshit Guide to World Mythology #ad - The entire egyptian universe was saved because Sekhmet just got too hammered to keep murdering everyone. The hindu universe is run by a married couple who only stop murdering in order to throw sweet dance parties…on the corpses of their enemies. The norse goddess freyja once consented to a four-dwarf gangbang in exchange for one shiny necklace.
And there’s more dysfunctional goodness where that came from. In reality, mythology is more screwed up than a schizophrenic shaman doing hits of unidentified…wait, it all makes sense now. In zeus grants stupid wishes, creator of Myths RETOLD!, Cory O’Brien, sets the stories straight.
Little Theories of Life: Your ideal guide to the weird world of popular theory, the urban myth, and the land of did you know?Skyhorse #ad - Why does the dominant partner in any sexual relationship usually sleep on the side of the bed nearest the door? Is there a direct relationship between the length of hemlines and the state of the national economy? Are odd numbers evil? And why do driv.
They Laughed at Galileo: How the Great Inventors Proved Their Critics WrongSkyhorse #ad - Drake’s eventual success on august 27, 1859, was called the day the crazy man first struck oil. Louis pasteur’s theory of germs was considered a ridiculous fiction. Each of these inventions has had a profound effect on the course of human history, resisted, and each one was rejected, and ridiculed in its day.
Ultimately, the innovators who brought these into existence provided invaluable contributions to science and the culture of humankind. Edward L. For them, but for the vast majority, including the acknowledged experts of their days, the future was clear and obvious, such belief was sheer folly. For just about everything that has improved our modern lifestyles in a way that our ancestors could not possibly imagine, there was once a lone dreamer proclaiming, It can be done.
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At some point in modern history, each and every one of our inventions and discoveries was first envisioned and then developed by a single person, or a handful of people, who dreamt of the seemingly impossible.
How to Relax Without Getting the Axe: A Survival Guide to the New WorkplaceHarperCollins e-books #ad - Succeeding in business without really trying is easy the Bing way. Nobody pricks corporate balloons better than Stanley Bing. New york post the ultimate satirist of corporate america, bestselling author stanley bing sun Tzu Was a Sissy, Crazy Bosses now offers an outrageous “Survival Guide to the New Workplace” with How to Relax Without Getting the Axe—an eminently useful handbook that shows you how to retire on the job while still taking up window office space and drawing a huge salary.
How to relax without getting the axe shows you all the ins and outs, while proving correct the assessment of popular radio host Don Imus that, “Bing is hilarious!”.