Beyond Order, by Jordan Peterson is presented as a counterweight to 12 Rules for Life, offering a dozen new rules organized around the idea that as well as fighting the chaos that constantly threatens to engulf our lives, the book, Peterson writes, is an attempt to explain “how the dangers of too much security and control might be profitably avoided”. The prescription includes: assume responsibility for your situation, dig deep to discover your capacity for self-discipline, and face life’s inevitable awfulness as unflinchingly as you can.
The main difference is a less individualistic approach, with more focus on friendship, marriage, and parenting, as if Peterson’s trials had underscored for him the degree to which we can only make it through life together.
A lot of people think that Albert Einstein’s greatest ability was his mathematical mind, but Einstein’s greatest skill was the ability to sift the essential from the inessential — to grasp simplicity when everyone else was lost in the clutter.
Problems are an integral part of everyday life. So...
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In Episode 136 we do a Cal Newport deep dive. Similar to his book Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World which refers to studying for focused chunks of time without distractions such as email and social media.
Cal challenges the belief that participation in social media is...