TORONTO – Polish-Canadian contemporary visual and digital artist releases his first video, canvas and Digital Art pack about misunderstood message of “Art of War” – especially by Westerners.
Cecotka Says “When I hear – why are you spreading hate – there is enough problems on the planet – I know that person didn’t read it and just uses emotions based on title or read it but didn’t get it – since 2500 year old wisdom of Chinese general can be summarized in 3 words – Win Without Fighting.”
The Art of War has been applied to many fields well outside of the military. Much of the text is about how to fight wars without actually having to do battle: it gives tips on how to outsmart one’s opponent so that physical battle is not necessary. As such, it has found application as a training guide for many competitive endeavors that do not involveactual combat.
There are business books applying its lessons to office politics and corporate strategy. Many Japanese companies make the book required reading for their key executives. The book is also popular among Western business management, who have turned to it for inspiration and advice on how to succeed in competitive business situations. It has also been applied to the field of education.
Cecotka says “if everybody took Sun Tzu pill – there would be no wars, no personal conflicts, business would be less stressful and instead of nightmares about competition you would work together for better experience for customer and bigger profits.”
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Mike Cecotka was born in Poland in 1966 and he migrated to Toronto at age 25. After losing everything in 2008 crush he turned to eastern philosophies and teachings especially Sun Tzu – Art of War, and undefeated samurai Miyamoto Musashi.
He is founder of SamuraiArtGallery.com and Samurai Concert.
He is first visual artist to deliver 3 experiences in 1 evening – Art gallery with canvases and digital art, movies on big screen and live philharmonic concert.