Vlog 8 | Stoicism: The Dichotomy Of Control

What we control vs What we don’t control

In this video we briefly discuss the dichotomy of control. The dichotomy of control is one of the pillars of stoic philosophy.

The dichotomy of control is the differentiation between what we control and what we don’t control.

Stoic philosophy allows for us to easily identify the two in order for us to place emphasis on what we control.

This is for the express purpose of living life peacefully. After all, what’s the point in being miserable over things that are out of our control?

Amongst things that we control, our judgement of circumstances is one of the most important. Understanding this concept of control allows for us to live from a place of power. Not allowing us to fly off the rails and give away our mental energy by focusing on the wrong things.

About Anthony Boyd

I go by the alias Anthony Boyd & this blog is my series of theses on philosophy, spirituality, physical expression of strength & human behavior through self-reflective spoken & written word. I’ve been a Union Delegate for 6 years. During this time I have developed countless leadership skills that I’ll be sharing with you all on this blog. Leadership is something I’ve develop through hours of research, strength training & personal application of growth strategies. I started this blog with the intention of disseminating the leadership & developments skills I’ve attained over the past 6 years as a leader because there is a huge need for male leadership. It has developed into a conduit for sharing these ideas in hopes that others can gain insight from them as well. Two things have always been constant in my three decades of life on Earth, my ability to express myself through the word & my unquenchable curiosity of everything around me. Combine that with my obsession with strength training, personal development & we have this blog. It is my hope that I can provide endless value, insight and perspective gained through experience as a leader to the readership I have developed here.

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