Just a very basic breakdown of Stoic values into three ethical categories: things to prefer, things to avoid, and things indifferent (which can also be divided into indifferences to prefer/avoid).
These ethical categories pertain to the self. Anything that exists outside of the self (i.e. the opinions of other people, the status of one's wealth, etc.) are irrelevant. The Stoic practices philosophy (the pursuit of wisdom and virtue) purely for one's own sake and not because one wants to please others or create a good name for oneself.