Jordan Peterson’s view of the world around him is complex, and he tries to simplify this with books.
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Jordan Peterson believes that everyone is born with an instinct for ethics and meaning.
Build meaning in your life by being ethical and righteous. Being responsible and taking the right, noble path is the way.
Psychology Professor Jordan Peterson's self-help book 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos provides some out-of-the-box ways of living life, borrowing from the works of Nietzsche, Freud, Jung, and Dostoevsky, which are unconventional sources for this kind of work.
Happiness is just a side effect of good things happening. It is temporary, fleeting and unpredictable.
Do not make happiness into a constant desire or purpose.
"You’re not as nice as you think. And you’re not as useless as you think"
Humans are essentially full of darkness, and that is now visible in social media with the flood of hatred, abuse, and outrage.
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Jay says, “Take care of yourself—yes. But don’t wait until you have enough time and money to serve. You will never have enough.” He also asks, “Who is wealthier, the one with money or the one who serves?”
He also urges us to serve with a kind intention witho...
The secret to being mentally strong is giving up mental bad habits (no matter how small they may seem) that keep you away from finding a solution or moving on.
It's like building physical strength - going to the gym or working out, but also giving up junk food.
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