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Invincible - How to Be Stoic and Have Nothing Affect You
- How to Be Stronger in the Face of Things That Happens to Us and Remain Calm - Ancient Solutions to Modern Problem
- Narrated by: Thomas Clay
- Length: 3 hrs and 17 mins
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We are slaves of our mind and actions.
Decide to change it, initiate yourself in stoic thinking.
Do you wonder how those people with so many misfortunes and obstacles keep smiling?
Do you want to be able to master your emotions?
Do you want to be really strong?
Stoicism gives you the tools to lead an invincible life, to be undefeated in any situation and to get closer to perfection. And get closer to perfection and mastery of yourself in the face of criticism, deception, infidelity, rejection, death...in everything you will remain impassive.
With this audiobook in a practical way you will begin to be stoic and to live the life you have always wanted, free of damages, complexes, depressions.
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- David L.
Computers still suck at reading
I thought the content was laid out well and found the content to be helpful. However, the distraction of having every dash announced and the mispronunciation of words that have the same spelling but deferent pronunciation according to placement within sentence structure and their meaning is very distracting.
- Kindle Customer
Loved it !! this story. the narrator is so fantastic it's like your really there!! good overall
- William Cady
Listen with Care
I received a free review copy of this audiobook.
As a summary of how stoicism works, I think this is an okay book.
As a self-help guide, I think this is probably a good book.
Why the low stars?
Because mixed with the practical advice is an insidiously wrong way of looking at the world I dare not recommend to anyone. Do not swallow anything in this book whole: take small, discerning bites.