“The desire of a child’s parents to let their child act without correction on every impulse perversely produced precisely the opposite effect: they deprive him instead of every opportunity to engage in independent action… Do not let your children do anything that makes you dislike them.” Come discuss the impact of each of Jordan Peterson’sContinue reading “Rule #5 – Don’t Let Your Children… | Jordan Peterson”
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Rule #4: Compare Yourself To… | Jordan Peterson
“Aim high. Set your sights on betterment of being. Align yourself, in your soul, with truth and the highest good. Concentrate on the day so you can live in the present, and attend completely and properly to what is right in front of you—but do that only after you have decided to let what isContinue reading “Rule #4: Compare Yourself To… | Jordan Peterson”
Rule #3: Make friends with people who want the best for you | Jordan Peterson
“If you surround yourself with people who support your upward aim, they will not tolerate your cynicism and destructiveness. They will instead encourage you when you do good for yourself and others; and punish you carefully when you do not. This will bolster your resolve to do what You should do in the most appropriateContinue reading “Rule #3: Make friends with people who want the best for you | Jordan Peterson”
Rule #2: Treat Yourself Like | Jordan Peterson
“To treat yourself like someone you are responsible for helping is to consider what would be truly good for you. It is not “what you want” or “what would make you happy”. Everytime you give a child something sweet, you make that child happy. But you must help a child become virtuous, responsible, awake being—capableContinue reading “Rule #2: Treat Yourself Like | Jordan Peterson”
Rule #1: Stand Up Straight | Jordan Peterson
“To stand up straight with your shoulders back means to accept the terrible responsibility of life, with your eyes wide open. It means to voluntarily transform the chaos of potential into the realities of habitable order. It means to voluntarily undertake the sacrifices necessary to generate a productive and meaningful reality.”
Why Sacrifice? | Jordan Peterson
Sacrifice—What does it mean to sacrifice something. Why have we done this ritual for over 200,000 years and is there something that can be gained by understanding what it may be for? Join us as we discuss Jordan Peterson’s take on sacrifice and its psychological utility.
Jordan Peterson on Sub-Personalities | Jordan Peterson
Jordan Peterson’s view of Primary motivations as sub-personalities. Come join us as we discuss how Jordan Peterson views our motivation systems and how understanding them as sub-personalities can help you to better recognize and manage different parts of yourself.