Do you get enough deep and meaningful conversations?

This is October 27th of my book:  ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At ATime‘.

Take the opportunity today to start a philosophers club.

Every tuesday night I go training and have done for many years. Afterwards the handful of members go down the pub for a pint and a chat. Some time after this had been going on we found that most of our conversations were pretty deep and meaningful (as meaningful as a bunch of blokes can get that is).

Eventually we branded the pub gathering ‘The Philosophers Club’.

Over the years we have had many many great conversations ranging from the social ills of the world, the economy, war, life and death and the hereafter. We now look forward to ‘The Philosophers Club’ as much as we look forward to the training.

This is a mind expanding experience especially if you have members from all walks of life with differing opinions. Think about starting one today. You’ll engage with others as well as engaging with yourself. This is a great opportunity to change other people’s minds and for them to change yours.

Enjoy

Stu

:)

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2 responses to “Do you get enough deep and meaningful conversations?

  1. Sounds wonderful Stu. I enjoy when I get to encounter and spend time with others of varying views. We learn so much when we open our ears to listen and ponder…

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