Stoicism: The Art of Being Calm and Centred in a Manic World & Stoicism: How to Integrate This Powerful Philosophy to Become More Balanced, Productive, and Reach Your Full Potential.
The world today is probably a crazy and stressful place for you - so many pressures are put on us on a daily basis as modern society becomes more hectic than ever. Enter Stoicism. This empowering ancient Greek philosophy has enabled some of the greatest minds in history to not only cope with the challenges life threw at them, but also to thrive.
The Stoic path enables you to deal with life with a much more grounded outlook. Free from being bound by your reactive responses, practicing Stoicism will encourage you to be calm, balanced, and measured.
With this assurance, you will be able to make better decisions in your life, and hence cutting out a multitude of problems that come with our normal autopilot responses.
Stoicism will help you see the more positive side of life and help you to take the lessons out of any negatives.
The fact Stoicism is now making a dramatic comeback in the 21st century just goes to show how powerful these ancient teachings really are.
Knowledge without action isn't really knowledge at all, so to help you with this, there are over 100 daily Stoic practices between the two books to set you on your way.
The techniques and information within these books will also help you with the following.
- The history of Stoicism
- The three main eras of Stoicism
- The four cardinal virtues
- Benefits to you as a practicing Stoic
- A look at the leading Stoics
- Modern-day Stoicism
- Dealing with death and grief
- How to become more positive
- Strategies in how to implement Stoicism into your everyday life
- Over 100 Daily Practices
Stoicism has the potential of helping you feel better, become a better person, and handle life with much less stress and complications. It's not that stressful things stop happening, its just that you have a strategy for dealing with whatever life throws at you.
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