"So it is said that if you know your enemies and cognize yourself, you will win a a hundred present in a 100 battles. If you lone cognize yourself, but not your opponent, you win one and misplace the next. If you do not cognise yourself or your enemy, you will e'er miss." -Ancient Chinese Proverb
One of my chief passions in life span is research and one of the comic of exploration that has brought me an amazing amount of sensitivity and practice is the extra special collected works of ancient Chinese proverbs noted as the Thirty-Six Chinese Stratagems. These stratagems label the most cunning, compelling and faint strategies of all time devised and whereas most separate past Chinese texts along confusable lines (as in, The Art of War) are adjusted on military action and soldierly practices, these manoeuvre are deeply applicable in day-after-day life, in politics, in business, in all posture of memo and negotiation, and for our purposes the Thirty-Six Stratagem are vastly agreeable and in and of itself coupled to communication.