Do you feel lost when it comes to asking witty, wise, or deep questions? Would you like to connect with people spontaneously and be more persuasive?
If you want to understand people better, be valued for your contribution in a conversation, or simply want to be genuinely more knowledgeable, keep reading.
Think Like A Greek Philosopher doesn’t go into boring details and endless philosophical methodology. It provides you with lessons from one of the wisest philosophers in human history, Socrates, and keeps you hooked as you explore the fascinating techniques of this genius.
Socrates is often mentioned as the founder of Western philosophy. He was an honest thinker who endorsed his students to think for themselves, instead of having someone provide the solution. He stood true to his beliefs and methods to the end; instead of fleeing or pleading for his life, he accepted a death sentence. He is a human worth examining.
Learn the art of knowledge and persuasion through intentional inquiry; educate yourself; become an exceptional communicator.
-Learn to raise important questions, probe beneath the surface of problems, and pursue challenging areas of thought.
-Discover the structure of your own thoughts, develop sensitivity to clarity, accuracy, and relevance.
-Persuade people without being manipulative using reasoned inquiry.
-Learn to ask questions to transform your emotion-driven thinking patterns and avoid misunderstandings.
-Apply Socratic Questioning in your organization to deescalate conflict, gain a deeper understanding of problems, and find better solutions.
In Think Like a Greek Philosopher you’ll get a hint of philosophical theory, but walk away with real, practical advice to improve your life. Philosophy today shouldn’t be an ambiguous thought exercise; this book makes it practical, life-enhancing, and useful.
Steven Schuster is a bestselling author, teacher, and entrepreneur. He writes using scientific research, academic experience, and real life experience.
Are you ready for asking better questions in 2020? Then take a look at Think Like A Greek Philosopher today!