EPISODE 71

PRINCIPLES OF WARFARE

Aug 14, 2020 | Podcast | 0 comments

Jim teaches us the MOSSMOUSE acronym to understand the principles of war. 

Jim breaks down some fundamentals for how to turn Sun Tzu into operational reality with the handy acronym MOSSMOUSE. This is useful in any sort of fight or conflict in which you want to use tactics and strategy instead of just brute force or power to fight your way through it. How can you apply it to your situation? 

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