In my interview with “What is Stoicism”, I discuss how stoicism can help us improve our personal and professional lives.
I recently took Jonah and Hannah to NYC for a long weekend. Jonah was leaving for Israel that Sunday and Hannah and I decided to join him for the weekend to inhale the art and culture that New York has to offer.
However, this trip to NYC started with me practicing a bit of Stoicism.
I discuss how to use a Stoic technique to help manage the emotions that come with the stock market.
In these letters I diligently walk clients through our research on stocks we own, including those we have recently bought and sold. I cover how we value them, why we own them, etc.
2020 will go into our memory banks as a very painful year. Stoicism, particularly the stoic practice of negative visualization, helped me put 2020 into a broader historical context, and compare what happened, which was bad, to what could have happened.
Albert Einstein defined insanity as “doing the same thing over and over again but expecting a different outcome.” I can relate to this on some level. I share with you why I am not writing this from a mental asylum. I found solace in Stoicism.