Introducing the book The Art Of The Good Life by Rolf Dubli
The Art of Living Well by Rolf Dubli (1966) is the author of the famous book The Art of Clear Thinking. The Art of Living Well offers 52 practical suggestions for achieving peace, wealth, and success.
From ancient times the people have always wondered what it means to have a good life. How should we live? What are the components of a good life? What is the role of destiny in this? What about the role of money? How to have a good life is a mental question or related to taking a particular attitude?
Or is it meant to achieve certain goals in life? Is it better to actively seek happiness, or to simply avoid sorrow and unhappiness? Each generation is faced with these questions differently, but the answers are always fundamentally disappointing; Because we are constantly striving for a single principle or law; While such a drug does not exist externally. The world is so complex that it is impossible to sum it up in one theory or number of scientific principles.
What needs to happen to live well is in our minds. We need a mental toolbox, a set of tools that allow us to better understand the world. “The bottom line is that these tools are far more important than real knowledge, more important than money, and more important than our relationships and intelligence,” Dubli said of these tools.
A few years ago, I started collecting these mental tools so that I could make a good living for myself. Along the way, I gradually acquired a treasure trove of tools that include, on the one hand, almost forgotten tools of antiquity and, on the other hand, tools that have been the result of the latest psychological research.
You can describe this book as a book of ancient philosophy for life in the 21st century. I have been using these tools in my daily life for many years.
They have helped me face many challenges, big and small, in my life. Since my life has improved in almost every aspect (hair loss or wrinkles have not diminished my sense of happiness), I can recommend these tools to you with a clear conscience; These 52 thought tools may not guarantee a good life, but they give you a chance to fight.
Introducing The Art Of The Good Life: 52 Shortcuts to Peace, Wealth and Success
The Art of Living Well: 52 Shortcuts to Peace, Wealth, and Success by Rolf Dubli, author of The Famous Art of Thinking Clearly. This amazing book will transform your thinking.
The Art Of The Good Life is a collection of practical tools for a good life. Fifty-two tricks to achieve happiness, from avoiding innocent feelings of modern technology to the joyful payment of park fines that aim to help you achieve happiness. These tips may not guarantee a good life, but they will at least give you a better chance of achieving it (which we all want).
From ancient times the people have always wondered what it means to have a good life. How should we live? What are the components of a good life? What is the role of destiny in this? What about the role of money? How to have a good life is a mental question or related to taking a particular attitude? Or is it meant to achieve certain goals in life? Is it better to actively seek happiness, or to simply avoid sorrow and unhappiness?
Each generation is faced with these questions differently, but the answers are always fundamentally disappointing; Because we are constantly striving for a single principle or law; While such a drug does not exist externally. The world is so complex that it is impossible to sum it up in one theory or number of scientific principles. What needs to happen to live well is in our minds. We need a mental toolbox, a set of tools that allow us to better understand the world.
Rolf Dobelli has the gift of being able to find the best ideas in the world and combine them in such a way that the final value of the sum is greater than the value of the individual components. He did the same in the book The Art of Clear Thinking, and now he has repeated it in The Art of Living Well.
In a part of the book The Art of Living Well, we read:
Spend fifteen minutes each week focusing on the potential catastrophic dangers that may arise in your life. Then forget everything and be happy for the rest of the week and think of nothing.
What you do in fifteen minutes is called a peshmerga. For example, imagine that your marriage has reached a critical stage, you have gone bankrupt, and you have even had a heart attack. Now you have to go back and analyze the process that caused such (imaginary) catastrophes. You need to find the exact culprits. In the final step, you must identify these problems. That way, the worst of catastrophes will never happen again in your life.
Review of the Art of Living Well
From time immemorial, people have wondered what a good life is like. What is the best way to live? What does the good life consist of? What is the role of destiny? What is the role of money? Is leading a good life a mental question or achieving aspirations and goals? Is it better to strive for happiness or to avoid unpleasant events?
This set of questions has never changed over the centuries because people are looking for a single principle or a complete rule to live well, but time has shown that a set of efforts and skills are needed to achieve the right quality of life. In The Art of Living Well, Rolf Dubli discusses fifty-two tools that can be used to improve the quality of life.
About the book The Art of Living Well by Rolf Dubli
The Art of the Good Life by Rolf Dubli was published in 2017. This book is in the category of works of psychology and self-knowledge and has been written with a fluent and simple prose.
This book, as its name suggests, teaches the skills needed to live well. Everyone has long been looking for an answer to the question “How to live?” Rolf Dubli has also sought to answer this question with a set of simple but practical teachings, which he has compiled in The Art of Living Well. Living well is a complex concept, and hundreds of books have been written about it to date.
Various factors affect the well-being of life, money, health, family, peace and social conditions of society can each affect the quality of life in some way. Living well has many definitions and may be described differently anywhere in the world.
In The Art of Living Well, Rolf Dubli uses a set of tools to make life better that you can use anywhere in the world. This book teaches the principles of a good life along with short stories so that everyone can achieve a good life.
Living well requires a great deal of skill and ability, and requires a set of principles. Rolf Dubli has been involved in publishing psychology and self-knowledge in recent years, and he believes that living well is possible with mental tools. He explains his teachings on how to live better in fifty-two short chapters and says of them: “These fifty-two mental tools may not guarantee a good life, but they give you the opportunity to strive for it. . »
Some of the chapters in The Art of Living Well are:
Mental accounting, how to turn a loss into a win
The subtle art of correction, why do we overestimate the basic settings
Covenant, inflexibility as a trick
Black box thinking, reality does not matter how you feel, or why every wrong step improves your life
Conversely, why do things that are supposed to buy time usually waste our time?
The negative art of living well, do not do wrong, the right things will happen
Negative fifty-second response, small favors, large traps
The illusion of focus, why not be happier in the Caribbean
Competency Circle, Why is it important to know your limitations?
The secret of perseverance is why bored people are more successful than adventurers
Suppressing the inner voice is what you can do, not what you desire
Well-known prison, how to get from external approval to internal approval
Smaller meaning of life, what goals can you achieve and what goals can you not
About Rolf Dubli
Rolf Dobelli Rolf Dobelli, a prominent Swiss writer and entrepreneur, was born on July 15, 1966. He studied economics and economics and continued his doctorate. He is one of the founders of getAbstract, which publishes short books. He started working in the field of writing in 2002 and became famous among Persian readers with his book “The Art of Clear Thinking”. The book “The Art of Clear Thinking” has been translated by Behzad Tavakoli Neyshabouri, Adel Ferdowsipour and Ali Shahrooz Sotoudeh and published by Cheshmeh Publications.
Translation of the book The Art Of The Good Life in Persian
The book “The Art of Living Well” written by “Rolf Dubli” translated by “Behzad Tavakoli”, “Adel Ferdowsipour” and “Ali Shahrooz Sotoudeh” was published by Cheshmeh Publishing in 1397. This work has previously been published under the title “The Art of Living Well” by Mehregan Publications, translated by “Omid Karimpour” and “Ali Nasr Elahi”. Adel Ferdowsipour is a prominent Iranian translator and performer who is fluent in English. He has been translating various works, especially sports, since the 1970s, and has translated several books to date.
He is one of the translators of the book “The Art of Living Well” written by Rolf Dubli and said about this book: “Philosophy is economics, mathematics and business.”
In a part of the book, we read about the art of living well
How is unconditional acceptance of failures, shortcomings and losses possible? If we want to stand on our own two feet, we get into trouble. We usually see others much more clearly than we do (which is why we often get upset with others and rarely with ourselves). So the best thing you can do is find a trusted friend or partner who will show you all your flaws as they are. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. But over time, you will learn to take others’ judgments seriously.
In addition to unconditional admission, you also need a black box. Make your own black box. Whenever you make a big decision, write down what goes through your mind; Your assumptions, series of thoughts, and conclusions. If your decision ultimately goes awry, look at your flight logs (this is not supposed to be anti-accident, a booklet will suffice), and carefully analyze what caused the mistake.
simply. By explaining every scandal you have caused, your life will be better. If you can not identify your mistakes, you either do not understand the world or you do not know yourself. In other words, if you can not tell where you went wrong, you will fall face down again. Your insistence on these analyzes will ultimately pay off.
Footnote: Black box thinking applies not only to individuals but also to the business world. This issue should be included in the conventional mechanism of any organization.
Unconditional acceptance and thinking of the black box alone are not enough. You need to fix your bugs so that they do not happen again in the future. As Warren Buffett’s business partner, Charlie Munger, puts it: “If you do not attack a problem as long as it is solvable and procrastinate until it is no longer solvable, you are in fact so stupid that you deserve to have it.” Do not wait for the consequences of your actions to appear. Alex Haley (author) warns: “If you do not clarify the task of reality, the reality of your task will clarify.”
So accept the reality. Accept unconditionally. Especially those parts that you do not like. It may be painful at first, but it must be done. It will show its value in the future. Life is not easy.
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