What Stoicism Teaches Us about Patience

By Conqueror Team “No greater thing is created suddenly, any more than a bunch of grapes or a fig. If you tell me that you desire a fig, I answer you that there must be time. Let it first blossom, then bear fruit, then ripen.” – Epictetus We may see attributes of competence, perseverance, insight,Continue reading What Stoicism Teaches Us about Patience

10 Steps To Improving Your Attitude Through Stoicism

By Domithla Nyachieo What exactly is Stoicism? Can anyone develop a Stoic mindset? Stoicism is a life philosophy that stresses the importance of agency, mental toughness, and self-discipline as elements for living a happy life. The stoic attitude is being tough with oneself and tolerant with others in order to keep the mind clean andContinue reading 10 Steps To Improving Your Attitude Through Stoicism

How Stoicism Help Prevent Addiction

ByTonny Wandella Control is the cornerstone of stoicism. We must ignore what we cannot control and concentrate on what we can. This appears to be pretty straightforward in theory. The reality, however, is that life gets in the way, primarily through addictions. Addiction is something we cannot control by definition. If we don’t have controlContinue reading “How Stoicism Help Prevent Addiction”


By Kirkus How to overcome fear and right wrongs. In the first of four proposed volumes on the cardinal virtues of temperance, justice, wisdom, and courage, Holiday, author of books on egotism, Stoicism, and falsehoods spewed by the blogosphere, among many other topics, offers uplifting thoughts, examples, and anecdotes meant to motivate readers to actContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW-COURAGE IS CALLING: FORTUNE FAVORS THE BRAVE”

Voluntary Discomfort (With audio version)

Stoicism is a way of life that helps to endure hardship and enjoy life. It proposes that we should use reason to align ourselves with the flow of life. The Stoics call this ‘living in accordance with Nature’. In Ancient Greece and Rome, its followers ranged from slaves to emperors and from athletes to businessContinue reading “Voluntary Discomfort (With audio version)”