Ryan Holiday talks about how you can care less and be happier with these 3 teachings of Stoicism. Stoicism is a practical philosophy that provides simple practices for a better life.
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Included in this video are excerpts from Ryan Holiday on the Breakfast Club and from his talk to the Cleveland Browns.
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Stoicism is a practical philosophy. The main thinkers that the Daily Stoic focuses on in stoicism are Marcus Aurelius, Epictetus, and Seneca. The Daily Stoic is a guide to how to practice Stoicism in your daily life, the daily routines of Stoicism, and is a practical guide to Stoicism. This channel is Stoicism 101, it will tell you what Stoicism is and how to be a Stoic. Ryan Holiday has been practicing stoicism and writing about stoicism for more than a decade and his insights will give you guidance to practicing stoicism in your day to day life.
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Ryan Holiday has influenced the modern stoicism movement greatly. His books are read by modern stoicism’s practitioners like Tim Ferriss, Robert Greene, and others.
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