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Picking up the wrong book to start learning about Stoicism can derail even the most interested person.


A list of three books can help you to understand Stoicism and also teach you valuable life lessons. These books feel as if they were written a few weeks ago and are some of the most interesting and influential works from human history.

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The Stoic Reading List: 3 Must-Read Books To Get You Started

dailystoic.com

Hal elrod

We mistakenly assume that each choice we make, and each individual action we make, is only affecting that particular moment, or circumstance.

The Easy Thing Versus The Right Thing: Which Do You Choose?

samuelthomasdavies.com

The Appeal Of Doomsday Novels

The ongoing pandemic is a once-in-a-century event that has put the feeling of comfort at a premium. One such unexpected source of comfort is the relatively new genre of cli-fi, that is the dystopian world of climate fiction: stories related to environmental devastation revolving around either the pre-apocalyptic ‘before’ or the post-apocalyptic ‘after’.

This genre is a rising trend, with novels that offer climatic doom or widespread ecological calamities becoming award-winning bestsellers.

The rise of apocalyptic novels

bbc.com

Practice Discipline

Billionaires are often highly disciplined and set extraordinarily high standards for themselves and the people around them. Of course, they have lazy and unmotivated days but they don’t allow themselves to slack off.

You can’t be successful if you don’t hone your skills. Limit the distractions and temptations that hinder your progress, show up and be eager to grow your skills.

I interviewed 21 self-made billionaires about their secrets to wealth and success-here's what I learned

cnbc.com

Your Career And Your Life

We spend almost 25 percent of our adult life in our jobs, which most of us hate. So we basically wake up every morning and do something which we don’t even like to do.

We need to find a career that does not make us miserable all the time, and according to the Japanese concept of IKIGAI, it is the intersection of three things:

  1. What we value.
  2. What we are good at.
  3. What the world values.

How to Find The Perfect Career

markmanson.net

Nataly Kogan

“Happiness and emotional health are not extras, or bonuses, or nice-to-haves – they’re actually at the core of what helps us live well.”

The joy audit: how to have more fun

theguardian.com

We have become observationally lazy

Observation is as important now as it was a thousand years ago. However, we have to do it more quickly and efficiently because we may run into fifty strangers in a day where our ancestors saw only a few.

We often see people distracted while driving (applying makeup, making phone calls, texting) and getting into traffic accidents. When we fail to observe, it leads to avoidable circumstances. It can increase the chances of being victimized. Someone may say, "I had a feeling, in the beginning, that something wasn't right."

Albert Einstein

"Reading, after a certain age, diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits. Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking."

How to Learn Anything: A real-world guide to mastering any new skill

doist.com

We Are Wasting Attention

Attention is the most fundamental human resource to our lives, relationships, and quality of work, yet none of us are connecting like we once did.

The intense focus that we once had seems to have gone, and with it, the satisfaction that comes from deep thinking. We need to get back on track by learning how to redirect our attention.

The Essential Resource We’re All Wasting - Mindful

mindful.org

Our Work Happiness

A dream job is a goal that many want to attain, and is part of our pursuit of happiness. Happiness, in this case, is not the pleasure-seeking kind, but that which comes from meaning, purpose and good relations.

One has to understand, identify and implement the strategies that boost our happiness while working, thereby increasing our productivity and job satisfaction.

Is a 'dream job' really possible?

bbc.com

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