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Gary Gagliardi

Special Guest

Biography:

Gary Gagliardi started studying Sun Tzu over thirty years ago. Using The Art of War's principles, he went from success to success in business, finally building a multimillion-dollar high-tech software company from nothing. Financed only with its own sales, his company dominated its segment. It was profitable every year that he ran it and twice appeared on the Inc. 500 list of America's fastest-growing companies. After retiring from management, Gary focused his energies on making Sun Tzu's philosophy popular and promoting the study of competitive techniques in general. He has written numerous books on Sun Tzu and gives popular lectures on the secrets of competition.

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Chinese War Principles

America's leading authority on Sun Tzu's 2500-year-old book The Art of War, Gary Gagliardi discussed the principles contained in the ancient Chinese military treatise and how they can be applied to the shifting situations in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as to the War on Terror in general.Gagliardi outlined five basic principles that make up Tzu's philosophy of strategy (mission, climate, ground,... More »

Host: Ian Punnett

Sun Tzu & Strategy

America's leading authority on Sun Tzu's The Art of War, Gary Gagliardi, shared the ancient Chinese thinker's principles of strategy and how they can apply to many aspects of a person's life today. Sun Tzu wrote his text 2,500 years ago as a reaction against the more passive Confucianism and Taoism, Gagliardi explained, yet many of his ideas embraced avoiding outright conflict in order to achieve... More »

Host: George Noory
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