“The supreme art of war consists of breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting.”
― Sun Tzu,
Sun Tzu is an ancient Chinese warrior, General, writer and philosopher who lived from 544 BC – 496 BC. He wrote a book called the Art of War that is so profound it’s studied in modern day by the US military at West Point and its other military academies.
All the philosophies for dealing with enemies shared by Sun Tzu are still as valuable in present day circumstances as they were more than 2,000 years ago. Most importantly, they’ve all been tried and proven “true” over and over and over again.