How To Become More Powerful. Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche – Book Review & Summary

Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche is book that teaches you the pathway towards becoming a stronger man and woman.

Friedrich Nietzsche was a philosopher based in Germany where he wrote the book “Thus Spoke Zarathustra” in 1883.

Although some of his books and concepts are controversial, the analogy he uses in his book “Thus Spoke Zarathustra” remains true today. His observation on how people are and how society is really amazes me on how accurate his theory is.

How To Use Friedrich Nietzsche’s Philosophy

440px-Nietzsche187aIf you ever find yourself fearful in situations, remember back to Friedrich’s analogy of the camel and the lion. I must say that at times, when I’m dealing with a huge challenge in my life, I always picture myself as the lion fighting the dragon.

Just recently, I’ve been involved in major projects across Australia. These projects are highly stressful and at times, can be overwhelming.

I always remind myself that this is simply a dragon trying to stop me and I should look at it the way it is. It’s just an event and I’m simply a lion slaying the dragon.

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, I put together a quick summary video of the book.

I’m actually proud of this particular video for it’s my first philosophy video 🙂

Enjoy!

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Author: Khoa Bui

Khoa Bui is an author, trainer and chief editor of YouBeRelentless. He enjoys reading books on self development, success, productivity, money, relationships and leadership. When he’s not writing, he likes to enjoy a glass of red wine with a fine cuban cigar while watching the entire season of Entourage. You can check out Khoa’s work at www.khoa-bui.com.

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