Tag Archive | maxims

Video Promo for Napoleon Means Business

There have been many great generals throughout history. In the west there has been Caesar, Frederick the Great, Patton, Eisenhower, Rommel, etc., etc. One of my favorites has always been Napoleon. Here I talk about his 122 war maxims that I have interpreted for contemporary business and life. They worked then, and they certainly work […]

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 […]

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 […]