Tag Archive | Sword in the Boardroom

The Modern Age of Treason and the Washington Post Travesty

Whoever leaked President Trump’s private messages should be fired and prosecuted. Behavior of this caliber must be immediately stopped. That WaPo even reprinted them shows a tremendous lack of respect for the sovereignty of our nation and is a serious breach of security. Action should definitely be taken against them as well to ensure that […]

Radio Interview with Hanshi Stephen Kaufman

This radio interview with Jiggy Jaguar, July 13, 2011, focuses on Hanshi Kaufman’s Self-Revealization Acceptance books along with information about The Book of Five Rings, The Art of War, Sword in the Boardroom, and the Hanshi David Mann novels. Hanshi also talks about his beginning on Okinawa where he first became involved with karate. The first minute is […]

The Sword in the Boardroom

Why This Book Was Written I had been approached by many corporate leaders, businesspeople, and attorneys to interpret the teachings of Miyamoto Musashi’s Book of Five Rings and Sun Tzu’s Art of War specifically for the business community. These previously published works written for military and martial arts establishments did not include practical exercises vital for the information to […]

Understanding Body Movement

from Book Two – Water Musashi — Walking and running differ only in the amount of energy needed to perform the action of each. In business or play, correct body movement depends entirely upon the manner in which you carry yourself. Carry yourself by leading with the center of your torso permitting it to guide your […]

Using Hands During an Approach

What would happen if Sun Tzu, Musashi, and Kaufman met and conversed on the art of negotiation in high-power dealing making and enterprise control? The Sword in the Boardroom talks about all of their ideas, clearly and with functionality for today’s world. Musashi – There is a proper way to hold your hand out when […]

Regarding the Opposition with Perception and Sight

from Book Two – Water Musashi — What would be the purpose of merely entertaining people for the sake of wasting time? If we are what we say we are, then we must proceed as we are and not permit ourselves to dabble with silly things. If a person wants to be a winner, he or […]

The Importance of Proper Demeanor

from The Sword in the Boardroom Knowing the manner in which people carry themselves is of utmost importance to a person’s overall poise: mentally and physically. I personally depise slothful and shoddy attitudes because I am aware that the mind and body maintain an individual’s demeanor. This attitude is used by people who appear to […]

The Sword in the Boardroom

Winning for the Benefit of All Concerned What would have happened if Sun Tzu, Musasahi, and Kaufman met and conversed on the art of negotiation in high-power deal making and enterprise control? The Sword in the Boardroom talks about all of their ideas, clearly and with functionality for today’s world. In a synthesis of their […]