Winning Not Fighting draws on the philosophy of Wing Tsun, an ancient Chinese martial art, to offer a profound and practical guide to achieving success at work, life and business.
By explaining what these teachings reveal about decision-making, professional relationships, personal targets and positivity, it challenges some of our deepest-held assumptions and forces us to unlearn many ideas that inform our current ideas on professional success.
Why, for example, do we refer to business through a lens of conflict? Why does winning always require confrontation, competition and a loser? John Vincent and Julian Hitch challenge our ingrained assumptions about success and achievement to to guide us through a path of self-cultivation using the eight wisdoms of Wing Tsun.
John Vincent, the co-founder of LEON, has applied these mantras to his healthy fast- food empire with enormous success. In Winning Not Fighting, he collaborates with Wing Tsun master, Sifu Julian Hitch to sculpt this timeless wisdom into a practical and accessible guide to achieving success for your business.
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About the Author
John Vincent is CEO and co-founder of the healthy fast-food chain, LEON, which he started in 2004 with the mission to create Naturally Fast Food - food that tastes good, does you good and is kind to the planet. The guiding principle behind John's experience and success in business is his vision and commitment to help make things better. It is this singular purpose that has seen him grow LEON into one of the UK's most recognisable restaurant brands, establish the company in the US and Europe, and lead projects such as the UK government's School Food Plan and to create and Chair the Council for Sustainable Business.
Julian Hitch (Author)
Julian Hitch is one of Europe's foremost masters in the ancient Chinese martial art of Wing Tsun and has travelled the world practising and teaching Wing Tsun. He is an experienced consultant, applying the principles of the martial art to achieve business success. He works closely with a number of companies, including Leon Restaurants, where he is the Director of Wellbeing. A qualified barrister, he also guides his own Kwoon (school of martial arts) in London and is an expert in close quarter combat, training elite military and close protection personnel.