The Art of War by Sun Tzu

The Art of War by Sun Tzu


The person who knows their enemy and knows themselves need not fear the outcome of 100 battles.

GIST: The person who knows themselves and knows their enemy will never have to fear the outcome of 100 battles. Better said, if you are intensely self-aware and intimately familiar with your challenges and why they are the way they are, you can never lose in life.


1. Great leadership always starts with love.

2. Always give your enemies an escape route. Fighting people who know they are going to die will make them fight 100 times as hard. Outside of the context of war, never lord your strength over another person. Even if you are right, you don't want to crush someone else's confidence just to prove yours.

3. Double down on developing your strengths and focus little on trying to turn weaknesses into strengths.

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