12 Rules For Life by Jordan Peterson (Study Notes)

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26 Comments on “12 Rules For Life by Jordan Peterson (Study Notes)”

  1. Jordan Peterson is a very insightful and wise man, but the hype surrounding him has pushed me away from his work as I felt it was a shift from sharing his knowledge to capitalising on his fame. Therefore, I never read this book and was even tempted to skip this video if it wasn't for the personal insights that Joseph adds which multiplies the value of the book alone.

  2. @Joseph Rodrigues you always say to learn sales and copywriting. What are the best sales and copywriting books you recommend and would do your thing on a few of them? Im an internet Entrepreneur and I need to know internet sales.Thank you.

  3. Hey! Thank you Joseph for your thoughts! I laughed out loud and said ‘hurrah’ when I saw your Chapters from JBP’s book. I’m in my 50’s and my favourite Rules are 7/11. They resonate with me for where I am now: Pursue What is Meaning not What is Expedient and Do Not Bother Children While they are Skateboarding. The other chapters for me, are the ghosts of yesteryear. Truly, everyone, no matter how difficult this old life gets, keep going, cause the older you get the more profound it becomes. Remember, there is only ONE alternative to old age.

  4. Joseph, great work, just take a look at the comments below and you can see the amazing contribution you are making. Remarkable, congratulations!

  5. Treat yourself like someone you are responsible for helping.

    Make friends with people who want the best for you.Compare yourself to who you were yesterday, not to who someone else
    is today.

    Set your house in perfect order b4 you criticize the worldTell the truth – or, at least don’t lie.Assume the person you are listening to might
    know something you do not

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