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What can ancient warriors like Genghis Khan, Attila the Hun, and Alexander the Great teach you about modern-day business? The answer just might surprise you!

In the cutthroat world of business warfare, a comprehensive strategy is the only way to win. This book provides you with the powerful psychological insights you need to train your mind, dominate the competition, and change your financial destiny forever.

As a step-by-step guide to winning the psychological war of business, it brings you the power plays, tactics, and secrets of the greatest conquerors our world has ever known.

From turning adversity into advantage, and projecting power to effective negotiation, each lesson is linked to the very same strategies that these great warriors used to fight and win their greatest battles.

You'll learn about:

  • Emerging from adversity as a business warrior
  • Using Genghis Khan's surprising perception techniques to craft a powerful personal brand
  • How to overpower the competition, just like Attila the Hun
  • How to harness Alexander the Great's most powerful weapon for your business
  • And much more!

Packed with anecdotes, historical information and ultra-effective tactics, this book will inspire and guide you on the road to financial freedom.

©2016 Emily Goldstein (P)2016 Emily Goldstein

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His conclusions are for ship yards workers’ manual

This book is a great effort to bridge military history, biographies of great historical leaders and modern business practice and theory. We need more of this type of books and we need more study of history for the purpose of drowning useful conclusions from it and distill them in theories and axioms. While the effort is admirable as an idea, I do need to warn young and a unexperienced readers that: his final conclusion of using intimidation and aggression to succeed in business, unless you work in a ship yard or in a prison or in a third world country or a jungle, not only will not work but it will destroy your reputation for ever. If your environment is a modern western values based environmental, especially Northern America you need to read other material like Grant Cardone’s ect to get what you need. Don’t follow the advice of this book, especially if you are already a competitive business person, it will exacerbate your already existing competitive personality out of proportions.

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Very interesting material.

I learned a lot about history and business in general by reading this book. it was very informative and well put together.

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  • Ronel
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  • 03-02-17

not disappointed

fun. insightful, worth listening to more than once. Groundbreaking? no. Yet it maintains integrity.

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Awesome book!

Very informative the whole way through it. Every chapter adds new insight into the harsher realities of the human experience that sometimes gets over looked