A Better Human: The Stoic Heart, Mind, and Soul by George J. Bradley

Living in a world of chaos and constant changes. Can people learn to stay calm through whatever may come? Author George J Bradley believes so, as he esplains how the Stoic philosopy can keep a calm heart.

Product description
Of all the religions, creeds, and self-help manifestos the world has produced, most concentrate on how to achieve salvation in aspects other than the here-and-now, with our lives merely transitory testing grounds for a higher realm or our actions guided so that we maximize life in a state of ‘enlightened hedonism,’ consuming rapaciously but really achieving not much at all. But there’s one philosophy that provides a concrete foundation for living well, for living ‘a good life’ in this world.

“A Better Human” looks at what the Stoic philosophers said and did, how it impacted their lives by increasing their tranquility, joy, and success, and it uses a mixture of personal experience and pop-culture storytelling to show how the Stoic lifestyle can impact you, today, here and now.

“A reinvigorated, modern approach to a reality-based philosophy.” -Kirkus Reviews

“…encouraging, uplifting, and will motivate readers to look into themselves, change their mindset, make rational choices and thereby progress towards self improvement.” -Mamta Madhavan

“Great book. Any aspiring stoic should check this out.” -Jake Loggins

“I fell in love with this book.” -Robbi Robertson

“Great wisdom and practical examples you can use in every day life.” -Jennifer Scandariato

About the Author
George Bradley builds digital solutions for advertising, publishing, and media in San Diego. He holds an MBA from University of California, San Diego and a BS in Computer Science from Rutgers University. In the past, George has worked for companies such as Google, Macmillan Publishers and founded companies in EdTech. When he’s not working or writing, George spends time traveling and practicing Stoicism in his daily life. 

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