7 Books for Every Samurai!

These seven books don’t dance around like some poorly choreographed Kung Fu fantasy. They go straight for the jugular.

Perfect for warriors and career professional alike. Lean to become a legendary badass in no time at all!

The Art of War.

A book about military management and strategy. The Art of War is easily applied to the business world.

The Prince. 

The book on how to become feared and hated through ruthless tyranny. It sounds better on paper. And yes the Prince has a bad reputation. But its popularity has stood the test of time. A must-read on the subject of Power politics. 

The Book of Five Rings

 Written by a legendary undefeated samurai badass and Zen monk master. Musashi teaches his secrets to inner peace and wisdom through the deadly precision of Japanese weaponry.

Civil Disobedience.

This is the ultimate essay on why government is stupid and why Thoreau didn’t have to listen to them.

How to Win Friends and Influence People.

This is the perfect read for anyone who just finished reading The Prince, burned a whole village to the ground and now wants to send flowers as an apology- or wish them a Merry Christmas.

Think and Grow Rich. 

The DIY guide on how to train your mind to achieve your true genius. And also how to become stupid stinking rich.

The War of Art. 

This book teaches you the tools necessary to sneak up ninja style behind those little voices in your head that hold you back and take them out! Perfect reading for artists, entrepreneurs and of course- NINJAS!


4 thoughts on “7 Books for Every Samurai!

  1. I think you are oversimplifying The Prince, and Thoreau’s essay is less about government in general being stupid and more about the individual’s relationship with a government which pursues policies he finds morally evil.

    But these books are definitely a nice start.

    • Jordan Dumer says:

      Take Machiavelli’s The Prince. Do I think it’s clear cut bad? No. Politics are tricky. Sometimes fear is a necessary evil not just to protect yourself but to help preserve the culture. I think theirs a time and place for this type of politics. However it’s not very global in scope. The historical examples used by Machiavelli are based on mostly city-state conflicts. They don’t really work as well in a multi-cultural state. And I believe that’s why this work is so notorious.

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