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Stoic Zen; 10 Crucial Life Lessons from Ancient Eastern and Western Philosophy

Seeing The World As It Is

All feelings are the brain’s way of guessing what’s the world around us and what dangers it may pose. Emotions, especially fear, are extremely practical in keeping us alive, but our sedentary lifestyle confuses these emotions.

We can create our own fears and delusions to the point where most of our fears become completely imaginary. See the world as it really is, observe its constituent parts, and it loses its power over you.

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  1. The people you interact with the most influence your behavior. Consciously consider whom you allow into your life.
  2. Things can go wrong, anticipate worst-case scenarios to mitigate or avoid them.
  3. Acting based on habit can lead to mistakes whenever the situations at hand mismatch the ones that led to the creation of the habit. 
  4. Be as invested in building yourself as you are in building your professional life. Study yourself, have ideas, develop them and the relationships that further them.
  5. Ignore the breaking news and focus on what’s in front of you.
  6. Take pride in your work, but know that it is not all there is.