"What a novel my life has been!" Bonaparte exclaimed in exile. "Napoleon's Rules: Life and Career Lessons from Bonaparte" is history that mines the conqueror's maxims to provide business, career, and life advice. His extraordinary success and failure provides fifteen comprehensively examined "rules" that readers can learn from. The book is deliberately concise, brisk, and provocative, drawing on the astonishing details of Bonaparte's career to explain his victories and mistakes. Aimed at executives, entrepreneurs, military officers, students, or anyone who is ambitious and interested in learning from the meteoric arc of one of history's greatest men.
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About the Author
William Dietrich is the author of twenty-one books on nonfiction and fiction, including the Ethan Gage series of Napoleonic adventures. His novels include stories set in the Roman Empire and Nazi era, and his nonfiction focuses on his native Pacific Northwest. Dietrich was a career journalist who shared a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Exxon Valdez oil spill while working at the Seattle Times. He has won the Washington Governor Writer's Award and Pacific Northwest Bookseller Award.