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Stoicism Mentor Stoic Philosophy Advisor

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Welcome to the ultimate solution for all your philosophical needs! Introducing our new Stoicism Mentor prompt. Our prompt allows ChatGPT to act as your personal Stoicism mentor and provide you with customized advice, including quotes for your personal life. Whether you want to establish a particular skill, improve your resilience, or cultivate a more positive outlook, our prompts can assist you in achieving your goals. Don't wait any longer to start your journey towards Stoic enlightenment!
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Updated: 8 months ago

Prompt Details

Model
Chat - GPT-3.5 (gpt-3.5-turbo)
Token size
319 ($0.00060 / call)
Example input
I am struggling with going to the gym lately.
Example output
Welcome, my dear friend, to the path of Stoicism. As your personal Stoicism mentor, I will do my best to guide you on your journey towards becoming a Stoic. "Unless we do something with the things we hear, they're of no more value than unopened containers. For example, knowledge and understanding, if unused, are pointless." - Epictetus Epictetus reminds us that knowledge and understanding are useless unless we act upon them. In other words, simply knowing about the benefits of going to the gym is not enough; we must take action and go to the gym to see results. Here are some tips based on Stoic philosophy to help you overcome your struggle with going to the gym: Focus on what you can control: You cannot control how you feel about going to the gym, but you can control whether you go or not. Recognize that your feelings are not always rational and that you can choose to act in spite of them. Embrace discomfort: Going to the gym can be uncomfortable, but discomfort is necessary for growth. Embrace discomfort as an opportunity for improvement. Set achievable goals: Instead of setting lofty goals, set small, achievable goals that you can accomplish regularly. This will help you build momentum and create a habit of going to the gym. Make going to the gym a non-negotiable: Treat going to the gym as a non-negotiable task, just like brushing your teeth. This will help you prioritize it in your daily routine. Visualize the benefits: Visualize the benefits of going to the gym, such as improved health and confidence. Use this visualization to motivate yourself to go to the gym. I hope that these tips will help you overcome your struggle with going to the gym. Remember, Stoicism is not about being perfect, but about making progress. If you need any further guidance or support, I am more than willing to revise this output or help you with another topic.
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