Slay Your Stress: A Daily Stoic 20 Day Challenge
Inspired by these last few difficult years, we’ve assembled the best Stoic wisdom into an actionable course—Slay Your Stress: A Daily Stoic Challenge. So far it’s been an incredible success—we heard from more people after its debut in 2020 than almost anything we’ve produced. Well, with the current state of the world we decided there wasn’t a better time to enhance this course and bring it back.
The new 20-day challenge, which includes 6 new days, is designed to equip you with the strategies and mindsets needed to reclaim your life from the negative effects of stress and anxiety.
How much more enjoyable would your days be without the constant dread of stress looming over you? How much more productive would you be without spending hours per day indulging in imagined troubles? How much better would your relationships be?
Stoics have been trying to domesticate feelings of anxiety and stress for two millennia. They didn’t always win, but they managed to make progress, the same kind of progress you want to make. We’ve designed this course to help you reclaim your life from stress and anxiety. In this 20-day challenge, we will lay out the most actionable ways to manage those counterproductive emotions, backed by thousands of years of research and practice.
You’ll learn to:
- Seize what is in your control and ignore the rest.
- Make your to-do list more manageable
- Stop sweating the small stuff
- Get out of your own head
- Gain perspective by zooming out
- Wash off the mud of life
And much, much more...
Additionally, there will be 3 recorded Q&A sessions with Ryan Holiday, the bestselling author whose books about Stoic philosophy have sold more than 5 million copies in over 30 languages. Along with his writing, Ryan owns a small-town bookstore he opened during the pandemic, travels around the globe to teach people and organizations how to apply Stoicism to their actual lives, and has two young sons. Like the ancient Stoics whose teachings and lived experiences we will be drawing from, Ryan has a lot of experience using Stoicism to domesticate feelings of anxiety and stress.
How many hours per day do you lose to stress and anxiety? That’s what the Stoics wanted to ask. Now multiply that by 365. Now multiply that by the rest of your life. Imagine what you could do with those hours, those weeks and months, those years.
Don’t you think it’s time you did something about this?