ISBN: 1641527218
EAN13: 9781641527217
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 8, 2019
Pages: 178
Dimensions: 0.5511811" H x 6.889764" L x 4.96063" W
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Book Overview

Optimize joy, overcome obstacles--discover the calm of stoicism

Being a stoic means embracing positivity and self-control through the ability to accept the uncertainty of outcomes. With this stoicism guide, the beginner stoic will learn how to take charge of their emotions on the path to sustained happiness and satisfaction.

This easy-to-navigate stoicism guide gives you the emotional tools needed to let go of the things you can't control and find joy in what you have. Through thought-provoking strategies and exercises, this book helps you find contentment so you can build closer relationships and become an active member of society.

The Beginner's Guide to Stoicism includes:

  • Evolution of stoicism--Discover the history of stoicism and how its principles can help you find peace.
  • Complete the mindset--Find acceptance using an essential emotional toolkit based on the disciplines of Desire, Action, and Assent.
  • Time to reflect--Apply what you've learned to your own life with ethical questions, quotes, and exercises.

Change your perception, focus on positivity--become the best version of yourself with The Beginner's Guide to Stoicism.

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5
   Wonderful book that I just happened upon, stoicism has changed my life.
Wonderful book that I just happened upon and has set me on a journey of stoicism that has changed my life, he said. The book lays out the stoic framework in an easy-to-understand and comprehend way.
 
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   An understanding that you have control over your own love, choices, and happiness
I've read about Stoicism before as part of a philosophy class, but I did not realize its Universalism and application to life today. This author seeks to show a strong sense of self-empowerment and through a process that has withstood the test of time how to fully apply Stoicism in what I already knew and what I now need to experience. It's an easy read, very applicable, and truly has an application in some way to your life, Sosa said.
 
5
   Informative and well written
If you're new to Stoicism, you may want to consider purchasing this book. If your similar to me, then this book will be an excellent read. Easy to read and highly practicable, it's a must-have. I've fallen in love with this book. The book includes disciplinary actions and ideas from Aristotle to Nietzsche.
 
3
   Stoicism is not for me
I've read the entire book, and I'm delighted by the outcome. There are some good takeaways, such as simply doing the right thing even when others say no.
 
5
   Great guide
In this book, Stoic scholar and teacher Paul Galante shows how you can apply some very useful exercises to your daily life. This book is highly recommended by anyone who is curious about Stoicism or is starting to practice.
 
5
   A Worthy Introduction
The book was purchased after I received a review copy of its companion, The New Republic. One of the great introductory essays of the 20th century, Charles Taylor's "The History of Stoicism." Traditionalists view Stoicism as a new modality of therapy, alongside cognitive-behavioral therapy or buddhism-mindfulness. Thanks to Vazzi and all the other writers for making the topic both intriguing and accessible.
 
5
   Great book!
A great book, full of great ideas. In a world of bad new complainers, it's nice to learn that you can't control others actions, only your own, he said.
 
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