Episode #011: A Guide to The Good Life With Bill Irvine

Would you like a better handle on your life? Our guest today knows all about how to do that, starting with the most important person—you.

Stoicism is an ancient Roman Philosophy that deals with "living the good life" and attaining tranquility. Essentially, it means being able to maintain a flourishing positive state, no matter what circumstances say to you.

Our guest Bill Irvine is considered one of the world's experts on this philosophy. His book, A Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy, is a #1 Bestseller that has inspired and educated people all around the world on how to use this ancient way of life, to improve ours.

Join me today for a chat with Bill to learn about:

  • What a Life Philosophy is and why you should have one.
  • An extremely powerful Stoic tool to help you appreciate and find more meaning in life.
  • What "The Trichotomy of Control" has to do with helping you deal with failure.
  • ...and much more!

Items Mentioned On This Episode Include:

  • Bill's book, get it here.
  • The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, get it here.

Connect More With Bill!

  • Check out his website here.


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About the author, Zayd

Zayd Jawad is the founder of Vital Significance, a business dedicated to helping all people build Self-Esteem.

He provides deep and empowering knowledge to help people develop their Self-Esteem holistically to become the positive role models they are meant to be.

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