Published in


How to Read Two Books a Week

100 books a year sounds like a lofty goal, but it’s not that hard once you break it down

Photo: Cavan Images/Getty Images

MMost of my friends know I’m interested in Stoic philosophy. When one of them wants to start learning about the subject, they’ll ask me something like: “Which one should I read first — Seneca, Marcus Aurelius, or Epictetus?”




A publication from Medium on personal development.

Recommended from Medium

Why Can’t We Say “I Need Something From You?”

A black shingle with the luminous “ASK” message, hanging from a street lamp.

Why You Should Question Your Beliefs

A chalkboard that says impossible, but the “im” is covered to show “possible”

“One day vs Day One”

Unconditional Happiness

Miracles still happen

A Clean House Won’t Get You Into Heaven

Photo of Abandoned School Hallway in NY by Heather Prescott Liebensohn

3 Habits Of Kindness That Will Make You A Better Human

Embrace These 5 Tough Love Mindsets to Get What You Want From Life

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Darius Foroux

Darius Foroux

Creator of the Stoic Letter (new letter every Friday, exclusively on Medium) | Join my free newsletter, Wise & Wealthy, here:

More from Medium

8 Timeless Skills of Highly Functioning Human Beings

How the Business Can Stay Productive While Going On Vacation

Woman reading a book in a beach chair by the beach

The Structure of Human Craft

These 4 Daily Habits Turn Ordinary Days Into Extraordinary Days