Tag Archive | business strategy

Hanshi Warrior Press October Book Deal

For more info on the author and to order books, Hanshi Stephen F Kaufman, visit http://www.hanshi.com

The Nature of Weapons and the Main Objective in High Power Negotiations

The Nature of Weapons and the Main Objective An excerpt from The Sword in the Boardroom –  A synthesis of the teachings of Musashi, Sun Tzu, and Hanshi Kaufman, as it relates to business strategy. Kaufman – To properly negotiate, you must thoroughly understand the nature of your weapons, whether they be mechanical devices or […]

New Book Release from Hanshi Warrior Press

Hanshi Warrior Press is proud to announce the release of Napoleon Means Business – The Art of Business Based on the Maxims of Napoleon. The Art of Business Based on the Maxims of Napoleon is a project undertaken by the author to present one of the most illustrious generals in history as a proponent of […]

Courses and Seminars in Life Enhancement Skills

What follows is my latest catalog of Courses and Seminars in Life Enhancement Skills, based on the teachings of a few of my published books. For more information or to receive the complete, color catalog of courses, contact the author via his homepage, hanshi.com The Sword in the Boardroom ”Winning for the benefit of all […]

Five Attitudes of Strategy Approach

Excerpt from The Sword in the Boardroom Musashi – Never think in terms of being a “righty” or a “lefty.” I am both by practicing movement from all directions. Combinations of approach are only limited by your imagination and not striving to see as many variations as possible. The main approaches are upper, middle, lower, […]

The Art of Business

A reading from my forthcoming book, THE ART OF BUSINESS BASED ON THE MAXIMS OF NAPOLEON (c) SFK Maxim XLIX: The practice of mixing small bodies of infantry and cavalry together is a bad one and attended with many inconveniences. The cavalry loses its power of action. It becomes fettered in all its movements. Its energy […]

Excerpt from my forthcoming book, The Art of Business Based the Maxims of Napoleon – The Politics of Reality

THE ART OF BUSINESS BASED ON THE MAXIMS OF NAPOLEON – The Politics of Reality By HANSHI STEPHEN F. KAUFMAN INTRODUCTION There is no need to attempt an introduction of Napoleon Bonaparte. His contribution to the world and certainly to France is inestimable. He was, among many things, a major player in the structure of […]

Sword in the Boardroom – Lesson 1

The principles of Hanshi’s management and motivation skills for personal development are discussed in depth. Using the idea of winning for the benefit of all concerned is stressed that empowers individuals to ascend to higher levels of accomplishment is explained for everyone to use successfully.

The Importance of Correct Spiritual and Physical Bearing in Strategy

from The Book of Water The manner in which a warrior carries himself is of the utmost importance both physically and mentally. You are undoubtedly familiar with men who are quiet and strong and seem to be doing nothing. They do not appear to be tense and do not appear to be in disarray. They […]

Radio Interview with Hanshi Stephen Kaufman

This radio interview with Jiggy Jaguar, July 13, 2011, focuses on Hanshi Kaufman’s Self-Revealization Acceptance books along with information about The Book of Five Rings, The Art of War, Sword in the Boardroom, and the Hanshi David Mann novels. Hanshi also talks about his beginning on Okinawa where he first became involved with karate. The first minute is […]

The Sword in the Boardroom

Why This Book Was Written I had been approached by many corporate leaders, businesspeople, and attorneys to interpret the teachings of Miyamoto Musashi’s Book of Five Rings and Sun Tzu’s Art of War specifically for the business community. These previously published works written for military and martial arts establishments did not include practical exercises vital for the information to […]

Understanding Body Movement

from Book Two – Water Musashi — Walking and running differ only in the amount of energy needed to perform the action of each. In business or play, correct body movement depends entirely upon the manner in which you carry yourself. Carry yourself by leading with the center of your torso permitting it to guide your […]