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Stoic Habits

By Matt Schmidt

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Make Stoicism a habit every day.

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Make Stoicism a habit every day.

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Top 10 Episode of Stoic Habits

Rank #1: Stoic Habits ep 28 : Meditations 5.33 : Acceptance

Jul 05 2018
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A cornerstone of Stoicism is to understand what we can control and what we cannot. We can only control our will, thoughts, desires and emotions. But sometimes this is difficult as we are our own worst critics. We must accept who we are first. To bear and forebear is the first step.

Rank #2: Stoic Habits ep 27 : Meditations 9.30 : The Blame Game

Jul 01 2018
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People suffer from all sorts of addictions. Blaming ourselves unnecessarily can also be an addiction. In this passage Marcus Aurelius writes to take a view from above. This gives a broader perspective of things. When we beat ourselves up it is often from our own judgements. Open your mind to the truth of things to find tranquility.

Rank #3: Stoic Habits ep 26 : Meditations 5.28 : Anger

Jun 30 2018
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Anger is one of the negative emotions that Stoicism teaches us to recognize and to cope with. Using the five steps in this episode will help recognize and contain the emotion of anger.

Rank #4: Stoic Habits ep 25 : Meditations 4.51 : Milestones

Jun 29 2018
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Stoicism is The Art of Living and can be considered a lifestyle. However it takes action, discipline and effort to work. People may go into it full steam and fins it is not right for them. Progress is daily, weekly and monthly. Success may require setting milestones in implementing Stoicism.

Rank #5: Stoic Habits ep 24 : Meditations 8.60 : Goals

Jun 28 2018
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Fate permitting is an interesting thing. It allows us to understand that the ultimate result of something is out of our control. Instead of being used as an excuse for not accomplishing something, it should be used as an opportunity to review what went wrong if a goal in life was not met. It gives the chance to learn from mistakes and go forward to set new goals and milestones.

Rank #6: Stoic Habits ep 22 : Discourses 1.15.7-8: Results

Jun 26 2018
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When a person exercises they have established goals to lose weight, run farther and other things. With the practice of Stoicism people are seeking improvement in areas of their lives. There are ways to measure progress such as journaling. The results of goals and expectations sets the stage for what is working in Stoicism and what is not.

Rank #7: Stoic Habits ep 23 : Meditations 8.22: Impact

Jun 26 2018
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The practice of Stoicism can have an impact on our lives. Some areas may have a larger impact than others. It is important to analyze the impact it has through activities like journaling and evening reflection. Through this we can see what areas of like there is progress in and what else may need work.

Rank #8: Stoic Habits ep 21 : Meditations 5.23 : Patterns

Jun 24 2018
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Success with Stoicism lies with the development of habits. Habits in action and behavior in line with Stoic teachings. But to truly get a measure of these habits is to develop and analyze patterns with these habits to ensure successful outcomes.

Rank #9: Stoic Habits ep 20 : Discourses 3.20.1-4 : Success

Jun 21 2018
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How do you measure success? How does a Stoic measure success? Stoicism strives for the individual to be someone of virtue, of good moral character. This may be a different route for people based on their experience and beliefs. Ultimately the path to success is determined by each of us

Rank #10: Stoic Habits ep 19 : Meditations 7.27 : Budgeting

Jun 19 2018
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Marcus Aurelius writes " do not dream of possession of what you do not have". We live in a society where material culture is a dominant theme. But we must make reasoned choices in life. This includes our finances.