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In Chapter Six "Weak Points and Strong," Sun Tzu declares that the first combatants in the field who awaits the arrival of the enemy "will be fresh for the fight," while those that arrive later will be exhausted and unable to fight properly. Therefore, "the clever combatant imposes his will on the enemy, but does not allow the enemy's will to be imposed on him." This type of advice could be used also in a business setting, whereby the first to arrive at negotiations holds the upper hand.

The remaining chapters include "Maneuvering," "Variation in Tactics," "The Army on the March," "Terrain," "The Nine Situations," "The Attack by Fire" and "The Use of Spies," all of which if used properly by military leaders and commanders on the battlefield will result in victory over the enemy.
Interestingly, Sun Tzu's instructions in The Art of War have been used by many past military leaders, such as Napoleon Bonaparte, and have also been keenly examined by more modern military leaders, especially those involved in the American Civil War, World War I and World War II......

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