[EPUB] ✸ The Obstacle is the Way: The ancient art of turning adversity into opportunity Author Ryan Holiday – Tactical-player.co.uk

The Obstacle is the Way: The ancient art of turning adversity into opportunity We Give Up Too Easily With A Simple Change Of Attitude, What Seem Like Insurmountable Obstacles Become Once In A Lifetime Opportunities Ryan Holiday, Who Dropped Out Of College At Nineteen To Serve As An Apprentice To Bestselling Modern Machiavelli Robert Greene And Is Now A Media Consultant For Billion Dollar Brands, Draws On The Philosophy Of The Stoics To Guide You In Every Situation, Showing That What Blocks Our Path Actually Opens One That Is New And Better If The Competition Threatens You, It S Time To Be Fearless, To Display Your Courage An Impossible Deadline Becomes A Chance To Show How Dedicated You Are And As Ryan Discovered As Director Of Marketing For American Apparel, If Your Brand Is Generating Controversy It S Also Potentially Generating Publicity The Stoic Philosophy That What Is In The Way, Is The Way Can Be Applied To Any Problem It S A Formula Invented Than , Years Ago, Whose Effectiveness Has Been Proven In Battles And Board Rooms Ever Since From Barack Obama S Ability To Overcome Obstacles In His Election Races, To The Design Of The IPhone, The Stoic Philosophy Has Helped Its Users Become World Beaters

3 thoughts on “The Obstacle is the Way: The ancient art of turning adversity into opportunity

  1. says:

    This had lots of good reviews and was recommended by a Stoic site, but I don t think it is worth having I ve read about half up to now and I m losing interest, I doubt I ll finish reading it Lots of heartwarming examples of people who were not actually Stoics but exhibited some form of Stoic behaviour don t really convince me that the author had anything useful to say The book feels like he padded it out to make the word count, the

  2. says:

    I had high expectations for this book which it didn t quite live up to Ryan Holiday opens this book and bases his narrative around a quote by the Emperor Marcus Aurelius, which indicates there are 3 critical steps to overcoming an obstacle i perspective, ii action and iii will perseverance.The book is then subsequently sectioned into 3 parts on i perspective, ii action and iii will perseverance Each part is divided into roughly 8 10

  3. says:

    I have both the audio book and the paper copy of this book I first got the audio book and thought somehow the content sounded just plain repetitive different words same message so thought I d read the book instead so that I can follow it with attention But it transpired that page after page after page may have been filled by the author with words but it is repetition, repetition, and yet repetition of the message behind the content

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