Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Monday, February 27, 2012
Competition is the opposite of competency. ... Embrace the norm.
Sunday, February 26, 2012
- the identification of their advantage;
- the geometric scope of their advantage; and
- the examination of the protection scheme of the advantage.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Following is a list of tactics that Sun Bin was famous for:
- Shedding the Shell Like a Cicada (金蝉脱壳 Jin Chan Tuo Ke )
- Horse Racing for Tianji (田忌赛马 Tian Ji Sai Ma)
- Besiege Wei to Rescue Zhao (围魏救赵 Wei Wei Jiu Zhao)
- Reducing (the Display of) Stoves to Deceive the Opposition (减灶惑敌 Jian Zao Huo Di)
We will focus on the specifics for each tactic in future posts
Ask your local Sunzi (Sun Tzu) expert, whether he/she knows what is the grand strategic point that connects to all four tactics?"
Saturday, February 18, 2012
- The script is for people who are proactively operate with a purpose.
- The script is for people who are methodical by style.
- Lists are for people who believed that their settings are always static
- The list sometimes produces the illusion of stability
- The script enables its implementer to operate in the settings of order and disorder.
Friday, February 17, 2012
Exemplary leadership is about properly demonstrating an assortment of actions relating to wisdom, credibility, benevolence, courage and discipline to the right people at the right time. ... Smart political leaders of all sorts who are mindfully aware, usually performed this deed quite well.
Seeing the Dao of their settings usually enables one to shape their grand terrain and its "connecting" secondary terrains. ... One who consistently connects these dots, will eventually succeed in the information-based opportunity economy.
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Monday, February 6, 2012
Sunday, February 5, 2012
- the team colors;
- the favorite uniform numbers;
- the sentimental reasons;
- the quality of quarterbacks;
- the wins and losses record for each team;
- the current streak of wins;
- the recent two minute scoring drives;
- the number of sacks per game; and
- the number of interceptions per game.
- the injury factor;
- the better defense;
- the balance of the offensive game;
- the quality of competition;
- the giveaway and takeaway factor; and
- the momentum of winning over superior competition.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
To stay ahead of changes and your competition, you have to spend some time reflecting on the causes and the after-effect of your actions.
Ask yourself these three questions:
- Did today's activities assisted you in terms of meeting your long-term objectives?
- Are you ahead or behind the curve?
- Are you still on that path of achieving strategic effectiveness?
We will discussed more about this matter in a later post.