Introduction – Art of Weight Loss
The Art of Weight Loss is based upon a simple idea.
It applies the time-tested principles behind Sun Tzu’s Art of War to weight loss.
So, let’s sit back, relax and learn about The Art of War and The Art of Weight Loss.
What is The Art of War?
The Art of War is a military treatise that dates back to the Chinese Warring States Period, which was roughly 476 to 221 BC.
Although the text is roughly 2500 years old, countless people, businesses and educational institutions still apply its principles today.
The text is credited to a man named Sun Tzu. Sun Tzu was a Chinese military general and strategist who is believed to have lived approximately 2500 years ago.
Exact dates are unknown. In fact, it’s not even known whether or not Sun Tzu was even a real person.
Whether or not Sun Tzu was a real person is unimportant.
Whether or not Sun Tzu was the sole author of The Art of War is equally unimportant.
What is important are the lessons we can learn from the text.
They are as applicable to modern warfare, modern business and yes, even weight loss, as they were to ancient Chinese military conflicts.
The Art of War was divided into 13 chapters. Consequently, the Art of Weight Loss series will also be divided into 13 sections, each of which has multiple subsections.
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Come back tomorrow as we jump right in and begin discussing the first part of the Art of Weight Loss – Appraising the Situation.
Until next time, may you find your path by walking it . . .
About the Author
Stanley F. Bronstein
Attorney, CPA and Author
President and Member Board of Directors
As his 50th birthday grew nearer, Stanley decided enough was enough. He was tired of living a life of obesity.
Since February 2009, Stanley has dropped from a weight of 320 pounds to the mid-190s. He has gone from a life of inactivity to walking a half-marathon daily and full marathons on many weekends.
His latest book in what he calls his “iWarriorWalk Pathfinder Series” is designed to help people ask (and answer) key questions about themselves. Stanley believes that the only way We The People of the United States are going to solve our problems (especially the growing problem of obesity) is by asking the right questions and by coming up with appropriate answers.
Through Foundation EON, he hopes to help you (and America) do just that.