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Five Dangerous Faults of General: Art of War by Sun Tzu

INTRODUCTION The art of war by Sun Tzu is one of the oldest military treatises in the world. It was originally written in Chinese which was later translated to English in 1910. The art of war has always been of vital importance to the state as it is a matter of death for its kingdom and people. In this book on Art of war, he talks about different skills and techniques such as laying plan, waging war, attack by strategy, energy use of spies, etc. He also explains the five dangerous faults of the General which can ruin the war. In modern times, these faults must be taken care of while leading a team of corporates/people as well. THE FIVE DANGEROUS FAULTS According to Sun Tzu, a ‘General’ plays a vital role in the art of war. A general is usually the one who receives the order from the sovereign, organizes his army, and gathers his forces. General who completely understands the Art of war knows the benefits he can get from the variety of tactics. He also knows how to handle and inspire hi

Twenty One Words That Can Change Your Life: Sir William Osler

Introduction Sir William Osler is one of the most famous and charming physicians of all time. He was an amazing clinical personality and possessed extraordinary skills. He was a prolific writer and his textbooks are still popular among medical practitioners around the world. His lovely conversations with his students and colleagues were documented and several journals appeared in his honor. His popularity can be understood by knowing that several medals, busts, and awards are still in his name. McGill university instituted the Osler society in 1921, the Osler Club of London was established in 1928 and the American Osler society was established in 1971. Japan also instituted the Osler society in 1983 to celebrate the contributions of Sir William Osler towards medical research. But everything was not so perfect as he was a mediocre student during his college life. In the spring of 1871, he picked up a book and read 21 words which changed his life completely. He became so popular that two

Best motivation techniques of this century

  Introduction Today we will understand the meaning of motivation and how we used to get motivated for any task. Let’s start with a question that why we went to college? There can be many answers like someone can say that he or she had gone to college to earn a degree but someone else can say that colleges are a place to gain knowledge. Some other person may also say that he or she had gone to college just because of their parents. All of the above answers are the need of a person so motivation used to come whenever we have a need to do something. The magnitude of our motivation depends upon the size of our needs and many times we fail to realize our needs. Whenever we fail to understand the importance of our needs, we used to get demotivated. Also, we seek external motivation from other people in these cases. Let us understand the types of motivation and explore the best type of motivation for our personal and professional growth. Types of motivation 1. The Fear motivation Fear motiva