• Stoicism: 3 Books in One

  • Stoicism: Introduction to the Stoic Way of Life, Stoicism Mastery: Mastering the Stoic Way of Life, Stoicism: Live a Life of Virtue - Complete Guide on Stoicism
  • By: Ryan James
  • Narrated by: Sam Slydell
  • Length: 3 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 25-01-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ryan James
  • 5 out of 5 stars 4.9 (26 ratings)
  • Whispersync for Voice-ready

Summary

Stoicism three-book box set.
This audiobook includes:

    Stoicism: Introduction to the Stoic Way of Life
    Stoicism: Mastery - Mastering the Stoic Way of Life
    Stoicism: Live a Life of Virtue - Complete Guide on Stoicism
Stoicism may be an ancient philosophy, but it is one that has even more relevance to our daily lives now that we are in the modern world. Too often, we find that we aren’t able to control our lives, control the events that go on, or even control the people and how they act. But with Stoicism, we learn that we can control some things, such as our emotions and our reactions, and this can help to lead us to happiness.
In this complete guidebook, we are going to take you from the very basics of using Stoicism in your daily life, to complete mastery. We will show you how this ancient philosophy is going to work to make you feel happier and more virtuous. Some of the things that we will talk about include:


What is Stoicism
The early history of Stoicism, from its founding as a school of thought by Zeno in 300 BC to its decline due to the growing popularity of Christianity, and its resurgence in modern times
Profiles of three Stoic masters who played a major role in the development of the Stoic philosophy: Epictetus, the former slave who became one of the most influential Stoic philosophers; Marcus Aurelius, the Roman emperor who helped promote its popularity; and the controversial Seneca, who sought to live the Stoic life in spite of his lavish lifestyle
Recognizing the things that are under your control
How to conform to your own reality
Understanding how your emotions work
The importance of freedom of will
Learning how to be calm when there is adversity around
Learning how to make the best of all situations
How to use Stoicism in order to make your life better
How to use the process of neuroplasticity to change around your mind and how you react to things
How to use affirmations to help with Stoicism
Simple ideas to implement some of the Stoic philosophy into your daily life
When you are ready to find the true happiness that belongs to you and bring some of the Stoic ideas into your life, make sure to follow through this guidebook and learn just how great it can be to live the Stoic way of life.
Grab your copy and start living the Stoic life today.
©2017 Ryan James (P)2018 Ryan James
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ezzah on 29-03-18

Like this book.

I like the book, everyone raves about it for good reason. I found the narrator really annoying but pushed through it - very useful and highly recommended.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Elizabeth on 29-03-18

Best Guide

Hi Listeners, This book speaks about growth hacking. This is a great informative book, It will defiantly helpful for all the peoples.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Marcelle on 02-03-18

Difficult to enjoy

I’m not crazy about the narration. The cadence is kind of plodding and blunt. Also, it’s not well written and comes across like someone reading a book report. For example at one point he talks about the desire people have to exert control over outside forces (which isn’t possible) and contrasts it with the benefits of having control over your emotions. But the whole time he uses the word “control “ as a shortcut for both concepts, which is confusing. I shouldn’t try to be in control, but rather I should practice being in control?

Also, the three books aren’t defined in the chapter list, so if you want to listen to a particular one, you have to hunt around.

The whole thing feels somewhat amateurish and doesn’t give me confidence that he knows what he’s talking about. He may be an expert, though. I just don’t want to keep listening.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

1 out of 5 stars
By Greg Ash on 29-03-18

Gave up after 20 min

I couldn’t stand listening to this book for more than 20 minutes. I’m interested in stoicism and wanted to learn more about it. But this book sounds like it was written by a high schooler who just read the Wikipedia articles on it.

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