Stoicism is a philosophy and a toolkit that can help us to both be happier and to live better lives. This week author and cognitive behavioral therapist Tim LeBon shares how Stoicism can help you manage your emotions, develop a positive mindset, and create sustainable habits. Listen in as Tim and I explore the dichotomy of control, why SMART goals don’t work, and what you can learn from the Stoic three ghost exercise.
Tim is a cognitive behavioral therapist who has worked in the NHS and in private practice in the UK, as well as now working remotely. He’s the author of two previous books, Weiss Therapy and Achieve Your Potential with Positive Psychology. His expertise in Stoicism, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Positive Psychology, Philosophy and Compassionate Focused Therapy (CFT) has informed his newest book: 365 Ways to Be More Stoic.
You can learn more about Tim at timlebon.com or pre-order your copy of 365 Ways to Be More Stoic by visiting timlebon.com. The book will be released in the United States on April 4th but you can get it now on Kindle if you pre-order.