As some of you know, I’ve been on business travel the past two weeks. While the travel has been holistic, I’ve been working on a series of articles that blends ideas from past luminaries – both stoic and existential.
I’ve come to find that when you need advice, it’s always best to go to the source: books, essays and speeches written by some of the most timeless characters in history. The aim of the upcoming series of articles is to compile common thoughts and actions of past greats, so we can learn what’s worked for the past 2,000 years, and learn how to become successful using those principles.
While I finish up the series, which will begin next Monday, I’d love it if you checked out a few of my past guest articles on some leading business and self-improvement blogs:
- Five Ways to Measure the Quality of Your Life
- Improve More by Learning Less
- The Four Meanings of Wealth
- How to Quit Your Job in 6 Months or Less (Podcast Interview)
- California Connection – Finance (LA Talk Radio)
Hope you guys and gals enjoy these posts, and let me know what you think! I’m always looking for constructive feedback.
Again, I’ll be back next week with the first part of my ancient stoicism / existentialism series on how to live a successful life.
Evan Tarver is an author, nonfiction writer and editor, screenwriter, and small business owner with a background in finance and technology. Overall, the content he creates is meant to shift the way people think and encourage them to act. Some ideas explore the social environment on the macro level, some ideas explore the transformative power of personal growth on the micro-level, while most fall somewhere in between.