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In life, the outcomes of your decisions compound over time.
Stoicism is a framework for decision making that maximizes your chances of success in the long term.
Access to opportunities, the ability to make better decisions, and an increase in efficiency sound like jargon you’d find in a business school brochure.
However, these are useful outcomes in any pursuit of success, irrespective of whether it involves getting rich.
The best part? You can start working towards them today.
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If practiced well, Stoicism can help you get rich and stay rich.
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Stoicism is made up of conflicting writings, especially around God, determinism vs free will, happiness vs avoidance of pain etc. Today most Stoic fans are practicing a cafeteria approach: picking up the few useful bits, modifying others, discarding the rest.
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