Summary of Ego Is the Enemy (Ryan Holiday)

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9781537443157: Summary of Ego Is the Enemy (Ryan Holiday)

Ego Is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday | Book Summary

This book is written in 3 different parts, namely Aspire, Success and Failure. This is to remind the reader to be: - Humble in aspirations - Gracious in success - Resilient in failure This is attributed to the belief that everyone’s life has cycles of 3 stages and at any one point we are either aspiring to something, succeeding at something, or failing at something. This book will not only teach you some invaluable skills, but it will make you consider your moral fiber. It will motivate you improve yourself in every way, starting by conquering your ego. A light and easy read that will make you think and ask questions and surely grow from the experience.

Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...

  • Talk, Talk, Talk
  • To Be or to Do?
  • Become A Student
  • Don’t Be Passionate
  • Follow The Canvas Strategy
  • Restrain Yourself
  • Get Out of Your Own Head
  • The Danger of Early Pride
  • Work, Work, Work
  • For Everything That Comes Next Ego Is the Enemy
  • Always Stay a Student
  • Don’t Tell Yourself a Story
  • What’s Important to You?
  • Entitlement, Control, And Paranoia
  • Managing Yourself
  • Beware The Disease of Me
  • Meditate On the Immensity
  • Maintain Your Sobriety
  • For What Often Comes Next Ego Is the Enemy
  • Alive Time or Dead Time?
  • The Effort Is Enough
  • Fight Club Moments
  • Draw The Line
  • Maintain Your Own Scorecard
  • Always Love
  • For Everything That Comes Next, Ego Is the Enemy
  • Final Thoughts
  • Now What?

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