Stoicism 101: A Practical Guide for Entrepreneurs
On The Shortness of Life: An Introduction to Seneca
Stoicism for Modern Stresses: 5 Lessons from Cato
The Practicality of Pessimism: Stoicism as a Productivity System
How to Use Philosophy as a Personal Operating System: From Seneca to Musashi
Looking to the Dietary Gods: Eating Well According to the Ancients
The Experimental Life: An Introduction to Michel de Montaigne
Discovering Kindness In The Storm
Practical Applications and Uses
“Productivity” Tricks for the Neurotic, Manic-Depressive, and Crazy (Like Me)
Some Practical Thoughts on Suicide
The Magic of Mindfulness: Complain Less, Appreciate More, and Live a Better Life
What My Morning Journal Looks Like
How to Say “No” When It Matters Most (or “Why I’m Taking a Long ‘Startup Vacation’”)
Tim Ferriss Scam! Practical Tactics for Dealing with Haters
Writing with the Master – The Magic of John McPhee
Preventing Burnout: A Cautionary Tale
Why (and How) Creative People Need to Say “No”
The Magic of Apprenticeship — A How-To Guide
Zen, Tea, and the Art of Life Management
How to Respond to Criticism – Learning from Dr. King
Don’t Like Meditation? Try Gratitude Training.
How to Travel: 21 Contrarian Rules
The Tao of Seneca
The Tao of Seneca: Letters from a Stoic Master is a small thank-you gesture to all of you — three volumes of Stoic writing starring Seneca, complete with original illustrations, profiles of modern Stoic figures, interviews, original Japanese and Chinese calligraphy to match themes, and much more. It’s totally free and you can download the PDFs below. Sharing is encouraged. Kindle versions are coming shortly, but it’s easy to get the PDFs on your Kindle now (instructions below).
I hope you find Seneca’s wisdom as life-changing as I have. I also owe a very special thanks to my entire team and all of the contributors who took part in the project. Thank you!
If interested, I also turned Seneca’s letters into an audiobook series (paid). I often listen to one letter (5-15 minutes each) while walking to coffee in the morning. You can find it here: The Tao of Seneca.
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