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Thunder in the Sky: Secrets on the Acquisition and Exercise of Power (edition 1993)

by Thomas Cleary

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Title:Thunder in the Sky: Secrets on the Acquisition and Exercise of Power
Authors:Thomas Cleary
Info:Shambhala (1993), Paperback
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Understanding the development and practice of power—based on an in-depth observation of human psychology—has been a part of traditional Chinese thought for thousands of years and is considered a prerequisite for mastering the arts of strategy and leadership. Thunder in the Sky presents two secret classics of this ancient Chinese tradition. The commentary by Thomas Cleary—the renowned translator of dozens of Asian classics—highlights the contemporary application of these teachings.

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