#6: Gamifying Practical Wisdom, Healthy Ambition, and How to Be a Stoic in 12 Steps
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✅ On Reclaiming Healthy Ambitions: Eric Brown shares a post on his troubles with ambition and how he came full circle to develop a healthy relationship with aiming high. Read it here.
📕 The Philosophical Journal: Learn from legendary Stoic writer Massimo Pigliucci on how to start a philosophical journal and level up your practical wisdom. Read it here.
🌙 Stoic Evening Reflections: A resource page with 2 guided evening meditations to help you learn from assess your day and learn from your moral mistakes. Read it here.
📖 Editor’s Pick: How to Be a Stoic: 12 Practical Exercises
♟️ Featured Stoic Tactic: Objective Descriptions
Donald Robertson recently wrote one of the best jargon-free guides to Stoicism I’ve ever read. While it’s concise, if one were to actually apply the ideas contained in this short piece, one would most certainly experience a useful shift in their emotional life.
He lists three key Stoic therapeutic techniques, but here I want to feature Objective Descriptions. Here’s what Donald says about this:
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