“When you seek to advance your own position in life, character is the best lever — perhaps not in the short term, but certainly over the long term.”
—Ryan Holiday, Author of The Daily Stoic
I am reading The Daily Stoic for the third time.
History’s greatest minds — including George Washington, Fredrick the Great, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and today’s top achievers — embrace the practical wisdom of the ancient stoics.
The timeless wisdom of Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Epictetus, and others offers all of us a practical philosophy for living a better life.
The stoics were individuals of great character who navigated their lives by core principles and guiding tenants, not simply by what was easy in the moment.
Their long-term perspective on what was morally right and served society at large guided their thoughts and deeds.
Where and how can you more fully leverage your own strongest character traits to advance your own life and that of others in your personal and professional communities?