About Me

I have to admit I am somewhat of a reading junkie. I like hard copy, eBooks, and Audiobooks. Self-improvement has always been a passion and that is probably what drove me to study Philosophy, Stoicism, Meditation, Yoga, Taoism, Buddhism in its various forms, and almost anything that explains why we think the way we do and do the things we do.

When I am not working or reading I am writing blog posts. It is my sincere desire that my blog posts at least provide some advice on how to deal with life, and if possible inspire you to make changes that will lead you down the path to your destiny.

Outside of work, reading, and writing I enjoy my yoga and meditation practices.

Some of the best advice I ever received was in the form of a quote from Lao Tzu

“Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.” Lao Tzu

Believe in yourself, be grateful, get shit done, meditate, and approach life with a positive outlook. Oh and I almost forgot, don’t take things too seriously, in a way this is all one big crazy game.

Check out my Quotes as Pictures and Quotes pages for some inspirational messages.


Joseph Sacco

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Visit my other blog Inspirational Book Reviews where I review some incredible literature.

5 thoughts on “About Me

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  2. I can’t begin to thank you enough for stopping over and following my humble blog-o-thing! I wish you the very best, not only today but well into the future. Be inspired and please take care.

  3. I do find the similarities between Buddhism and stoicism fascinating and I’m happy to see there’s other people out there who came to the same conclusions.
    There are so many things written here that i feel i can relate to besides this 🙂

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