Go To War

Lazy poor son of a bastard,

What will you make of your days?

A miracle of transformation. ~ J.R. Thomas

This very moment is one of triumph, as so, silently plot victory.

Go forth and conquer, study well The Art of War.


The Art of War – 孫子兵法 – FULL Audio Book – by Sun Tzu – Business & Strategy – This is the quintessential book on War & Strategy. A perennial favorite among business leaders, strategy planners, and military generals. Sun Tzu lays down his most vital insights into strategic planning.

LISTEN to all 13 Chapters free of charge!

Intro – 0:000:26

Part 1 & 2 – 00:2608:26
Chapter 01 Laying Plans
Chapter 02 Waging War

Part 3 & 4 – 08:2616:13
Chapter 03 Attack By Stratagem
Chapter 04 Tactical Dispositions

Part 5 & 6 – 16:1326:48
Chapter 05 Energy
Chapter 06 Weak Points and Strong

Part 7 & 8 – 26:4843:43
Chapter 07 Maneuvering
Chapter 08 Variation in Tactics

Part 9 & 10 – 43:4350:22
Chapter 09 The Army on the March
Chapter 10 Terrain — 00:14:42

Part 11 – 50:22 – 63:20
Chapter 11 The Nine Situations

Part 12 &13 – 63:20 – 72:46
Chapter 12 The Attack By Fire
Chapter 13 The Use of Spies

Click the (CC) transcript button in the video player for words to display along
with the audiobook.

“All Warfare is Based on Deception”
– 孫子(Sun Tzu)

The Art of War
by Sunzi (c. 554BC — c. 496 BC)
Translated by Lionel Giles (1875-1958). “The Art of War is a Chinese military treatise written during the 6th century BC by Sun Tzu. Composed of 13 chapters, each of which is devoted to one aspect of warfare, it has long been praised as the definitive work on military strategies and tactics of its time. The Art of War is one of the oldest and most famous studies of strategy and has had a huge influence on both military planning and beyond. The Art of War has also been applied, with much success, to business and managerial strategies.”
(summary from Wikipedia)
Total running time: 1:12:14

In Spanish/En Español:


“In the midst of chaos, there is also opportunity”
Sun Tzu, A Arte da Guerra

“Anger may in time change to gladness; vexation may be succeeded by content.
But a kingdom that has once been destroyed can never come again into being; nor can the dead ever be brought back to life.”
Sun Tzu, The Art of War

Sun Tzu Quote

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