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Sun Tzu's Strategies for Nemonik Thinkers (Schade, planned 2016). Sun Tzu (~6th cent. BC) was a Chinese warrior-philosopher who wrote the military classic Bing Fa or The Art of War. Although his book is about war, his strategies apply to every facet of daily life. Therefore, those strategies are incorporated in nemonik thinking. In Sun Tzu’s terminology, a nemonik thinker would be a competent general. Sun Tzu’s main tenet is — Competent generals do not fight. Fighting is counterproductive even for the victor. It destroys the resources of both opponents, while often a third party takes the spoils. Sun Tzu deals with the art of positioning in space, matter, and time. He addresses the questions raised by nemonik thinking of where, what, and when to advance, stay, retreat, accumulate, preserve, dispose, act, wait, prepare, accept, reject, reveal, and conceal. Think smarter and incorporate Sun Tzu’s strategies in your thinking. To become skilled in nemonik thinking, it is recommended to study Think Smarter with Nemonik Thinking. All it takes is 17 words! (Schade, 2014).
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Think Smarter with Nemonik Thinking. All it takes is 17 words! (Schade, 2014).
Nemonik Thinking Condensed (Schade, planned 2016).
Glossary for Nemonik Thinking (Schade, 2016).
Mind Management with Nemonik Relaxation (Schade, planned 2016).