New York, NY, August 06, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Hanshi Warrior Press is pleased to announce the release of two major book titles by Stephen F. Kaufman, the first being "Homage for Miyamoto Musashi – One Hundred Twenty-two Haiku." In this brief volume, the author has created a series of haiku in classical 5,7,5 meter to celebrate the most profound sword master, Miyamoto Musashi. The inordinate influence of Musashi, who many consider to be kensei, the sword saint, uniquely taught with firm intention and endeavor the manners, methods, and morés that all of humanity should strive to live by.
The second major title released by Hanshi Warrior Press is "Napoleon Means Business - The Art of Business Based on the Maxims of Napoleon," a project undertaken by the author to present one of the most illustrious generals in history as a proponent of success in any area of endeavor. Restructuring the words of Napoleon empowers the reader to take advantage of strong military ideals and transform them into business models that have been utilized by other great leaders throughout history. The commonality of the precepts have generally been ascribed to Asian influence, but in this book the Western mentality for venture and success is adroitly used and eliminates the Eastern mindset used as the standard in works of this type. Taking each of the historically accurate maxims accredited to Napoleon, the author explains how to apply the principles of inordinate accomplishment from a commercial perspective in terms easy to understand that anyone can apply to any aspect of their life.
Stephen F. Kaufman is an authority on management strategy, reality facilitation training, and a world renowned martial arts master. He provides solutions that empower audiences and corporate clients to turn challenges by demonstrating definitive working techniques guaranteed to bring about advantageous results.