Being Strategic, Practical, and Ethical in These Challenging Times

with Eva Wong

October 4th

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    Price.:
  • $165 Patron
  • $125 Sustaining
  • $65 Supporting
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Room: Main Shrine Room

To succeed in these challenging times is not easy, but to accomplish our goals without compromising virtue is deemed impossible by many. Yet, in the history of China, the greatest strategists had always balanced virtue and strategy, assessed gain and profit against harm caused, and succeeded in their political, military, and economic enterprises.

This workshop features strategies of success that take into account the importance of virtue and ethics. Winning is desirable, but if a victory means sacrificing integrity, honor, and compassion, it is no victory at all. A great strategist is someone who balances practicality with ethics. Ethics affect which project, mission, or campaign is chosen. Strategy determines how actions are carried out to accomplish the project honorably. Practicality dictates whether a project is feasible given the logistics necessary for it to succeed.

Join Eva Wong in a workshop on how to balance strategy, practicality, and ethics in accomplishing your goals in these challenging times we live in. The program will highlight strategies discussed in Eva’s new book How To Win - 36 Ancient Strategies for Success.

There are a small number of discounted tickets available for this program, on a first-come-first-served basis.


Eva Wong is the author of over 15 books on Chinese history, culture, and Taoism. She is also the owner of Ghost Valley Strategy Consultants, a company that advices corporations, government agencies, and private individuals on how to succeed with integrity and honor.