- Copertina rigida
- Editore: Doubleday; Ex-library/underlining edizione (maggio 1984)
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 0385189389
- ISBN-13: 978-0385189385
- Peso di spedizione: 386 g
Fighting to Win: Samurai Techniques for Your Work and Life (Inglese) Copertina rigida – mag 1984
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Book by Rogers David J
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The book is actually exciting to read--it gets you energized. Rogers outlines a number of (Samurai) techniques that he uses to be effective in a business environment. It sounds corny but these techniques are easy to apply and work quite well. In my opinion it works well because the book is well-written, interesting and unique.
Sadly the book is out of print. It is the only motivational book I've ever read that really worked and worked quite easily.
this book costs little, quite little.
if you have any determination whatsoever, just reading this book will show you just how quickly you can set up the ground rules on how you want to live your life. The rules are the same no matter where you stand in history... ROGERS just had the guts and the wit to put it all together. The book doesn't take you by the hand, this book doesn't condescend, it just bluntly puts forth an old code into today's real life events. If you take it upon yourself to act, you will be the better for it.
get it, read it , apply it, call it your own. Years later, you realize how inexpensive this book was.
Rogers is a guy I would like to buy a drink to, not only for this book, but also for his other book about military strategy applied to business. In the course of my MBA, these were the two books I found to be the most down to earth, heads up (not in the clouds, not ladden with statistics or theories) and FUN to read.
Incorporating Feudal Samurai history of pre- Meji Restoration Japan, Rogers uses selections of focus, bravery, and most of all spirit.
The examples of Seppuku are perhaps too extreme, though factual.
I also need to find out what the cover Japanese character stands for.
Its motivational and not manipulative, its well written and opens horizons.
The most important point written by Rogers: `Possessing an unconquerable spirit.'
For strategy- find this copy, Sun Tzu's,
and remember to keep a sense of humor and good-spirit.